Sex scandal at Nhulunbuy is all about white men
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Elders at the remote Northern Territory mining town of Nhulunbuy have lifted the lid on a child sex abuse scandal, accusing non-Aboriginal men of repeated offences against local Indigenous teenagers.
Nhulunbuy residents, 650 kilometres east of Darwin, claimed Aboriginal girls as young as 13 were receiving cash, drugs, alcohol and taxi rides in exchange for sex with non-Indigenous men.
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