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Mundine issues statement over Geale comments

anthony mundine_kings_X_shooting-rally-FXT59961The following statement was released by Anthony Mundine last Friday in response to community reaction to his outburst during a press conference announcing a re-match with Tasmanian world boxing champion, Daniel Geale:

I would like to apologise if my comments have offended some Aborigines in Tasmania. I know there are a lot of Aboriginals...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 27 October 2012 10:39

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Change the flag and change the anthem, says Anthony Mundine

aapone-20080226000079419593-boxing mundine_weigh_in-originalAnthony Mundine has labelled Australia one of the most racist countries in the world and called for the Australian flag and national anthem to be changed in the wake of his outburst last week when he attacked Tasmania's Indigenous world boxing champion, Daniel Geale's Aboriginality and made several other claims which...

 

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