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Police failed in prison van death of Aboriginal elder

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posted on Jun, 28 2010 @ 12:22 PM
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Police failed in prison van death of Aboriginal elder


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Daisy Ward told The Australian there would be more justice for a dog than for her cousin, who died of heatstroke while being transported 360km across the desert in a faulty prison van where temperatures in the back reached about 50C in January 2008.
"The guards were responsible for him and all they did was drive. They had plenty of water, the air-conditioning was working in the front and they were listening to music. In the back was my cousin suffering, getting roasted," Ms Ward said
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posted on Jun, 28 2010 @ 12:22 PM
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I have often thought about this death of this Aboriginal Elder back in January 2008 with disbelief of how can this happen this should never of happened. My immediate thoughts were of the guards, was this a form of punishment? what were they doing. Now we hear that
"They had plenty of water, the air-conditioning was working in the front and they were listening to music."
The coroners report: "West Australian coroner Alastair Hope found the guards, their employer G4S and the Department of Corrective Services, were all responsible for Ward's death." The Elder was in the care of two guards this was Their responsibility, morally if not legally.

You be the Judge.

Zelong.

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[edit on 28/6/10 by Zelong]



posted on Jun, 28 2010 @ 08:10 PM
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The man was murdered.

Straight-up.

Now, what does Australia do with its murderers?



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