Protest demands justice for the murder of Eddie Murray
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Hundreds of people gathered at the Sydney Town Hall last week to remember the murder of Eddie Murray in a police cell at Wee Waa 33 years ago and call again for the State Government to hold an independent inquiry to finally unearth the truth about his murder.
The rally featured the attendance of a number of well known and respected First Nations leaders but...
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