WA Government was warned a year ago of troubles looming at Banksia
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There are more than one hundred Aboriginal kids still in Perth adult Hakea prison but the blame for this has not hit home hard enough.
The West Australian Supreme Court recently found in favour of the State Government that it had no choice of where else to relocate the children after the January 20 Banksia Hill detention centre riot.
But it has now been revealed the State Government was warned more...
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