Tamica Mullaley pardoned over conviction for police assault on night baby Charlie abducted

Last Updated on 22/06/2022 by National Justice Project

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:

  • Ms Mullaley was pardoned for assaulting police on the night her baby was taken
  • John Quigley said the system had failed her and she deserved better
  • The case has sparked reform to domestic violence protocols

Read the full story by Keane Bourke here. Photograph by James Carmody.