State attorney general John Quigley says ‘I am truly sorry’ over murder of baby Charlie, who was killed after police left him at crime scene. The Western Australian government has pardoned and apologised to the Yamatji family of a baby who was brutally murdered by Mervyn Bell after the baby’s mother was arrested by police who had been called to …
Family lawyer and National Justice Project principal solicitor George Newhouse discusses ongoing actions to hold the police accountable in relation to the baby Charlie case. Report published in the Riverine Herald. A grieving Aboriginal mother who was brutally assaulted by her former partner – who then kidnapped and murdered her baby boy – has finally received an apology and pardon …
The mother of a baby who was brutally murdered by her partner has received a pardon and apology for the way police treated her. Story by News.com.au reporter Angie Raphael. Read the full story here.
ABC News reports on the pardoning of Tamica Mullaley. Warning: This story contains images and names of Indigenous people who have died. A woman whose baby was abducted and brutally murdered by her ex-partner after he bashed her and left her naked and bleeding in a Broome street has received an apology and pardon from the WA government. Key points: …
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While the WA Coroner’s findings are critical of WA Police and the WA Health Service, the investigation falls short of delivering justice to Ms Wynne’s family and creating critical change in how police respond to mental health crises.
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