Broome police officers stood down over claims they bashed prisoner
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Western Australia's police force continues to be rocked by one allegation after another of maltreatment by police officers of prisoners in their custody. Three police officers have now been stood from the Broome Watch House for allegedly assaulting a 30 year old man in their custody.
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