“Paraded like zoo animals”
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Lawyer launches stinging attack over kids being held in Hakea Prison
At least 125 Aboriginal juveniles are being "paraded like zoo animals" as they continue to be held in Perth's Hakea adult prison, Sydney-based human rights lawyer and special counsel to Shine Lawyers, George Newhouse has claimed.
Mr Newhouse said children as young as 10 are being brutalised in Hakea Prison as he launched...
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