Legal Service finds 11 year old boy in jail after 27 foster homes
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An 11 year old Aboriginal boy who has been through an estimated 27 foster homes has appeared in court in Wagga in central western New South Wales for breach of bail in a case that has shocked the Aboriginal Legal Service (ALS).
The boy, traumatised by being locked up, was found almost by accident by an ALS lawyer.
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