Opinion: Indigenous child abuse continues in Australia; in Don Dale

Opinion: Indigenous child abuse continues in Australia; in Don Dale

With a gathering of lawyers, judges and experts from all over Australia in Darwin, Close Don Dale Now member John Lawrence, writes the Fyles Government is breaching its duty of care, together with the requirements of various international legal conventions, in imprisoning traumatised children as young as ten, in a jail that eleven years ago a Corrections Commissioner said was “only fit for a bulldozer”.

This is how the NT Police failed in Yuendumu the night Kumanjayi Walker was killed

This is how the NT Police failed in Yuendumu the night Kumanjayi Walker was killed

OPINION: As Territorians await a coronial inquiry into the circumstances around the death of Kumanjayi Walker and details of the flawed police procedures that led to Constable Zach Rolfe being in that house in Yuendumu, one thing is certain: the NT Police cover-up is an internal arse-covering exercise of epic proportions, writes former NT Police tactical unit boss Carey Joy.

Fate didn’t bring Kumanjayi Walker and Zach Rolfe together, failed police procedures by senior cops did

Fate didn’t bring Kumanjayi Walker and Zach Rolfe together, failed police procedures by senior cops did

OPINION: The only way any form of justice for Kumanjayi Walker will be achieved is for all of us to look beyond the distraction the NT Police executive has created and start demanding answers for how this tragic incident unfolded and how the decisions made by those in positions of power led to it, writes former NT Police tactical unit boss Carey Joy.


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