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326 days and still no justice

ray jackson-pic_barbara_mcgradyIt has been 326 days or almost 11 months since three Aboriginal boys were brutalised by New South Wales police on the streets of Sydney's Kings Cross and the families of the victims were promised they would be provided all the details of the incident.

For many it is no surprise the promised police report has still not materialised.

One of the youths was shot in...

 

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