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Cop forged victim’s statements so he didn’t have to waste his time

Bendigo Detective fakes documents to withdraw complaints Samuel James Miller, 36, a Bendigo Detective Senior Constable faked documents from victims of crime claiming they wanted to withdraw their complaints. Among them was a 14 year old boy who was an assault victim. Miller attempted to excuse his actions by claiming that the three victims were uncooperative …

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Man Who Had Leg Broken by Police in ‘Egregious’ Arrest Wins More than $700,000 in Compensation

A man was awarded $718,000 after South Australian Police left him with a broken femur SA Police were prosecuted over their handling of the arrest of Matthew Charles Crossley in early 2013. They were found guilty in SA District Court of  three acts of battery. The judge included a proposed $3000 in “exemplary damages”, a …

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Coronial Inquest into the disappearance of William Tyrrell to resume in October 2020

On 4 November 2019 in a Four Corners exclusive investigation, our client Bill Spedding [1] spoke out about the horrific toll of being unjustly and unjustifiably accused of abducting a three year old boy. The child in the Spiderman costume, William Tyrrell, has come to be a household name for most Australians with the nation watching …

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Privacy & Social Media: Can They Really Co-Exist?

Privacy should be about protecting and individuals secrecy, but instead has become about transparency and creating a sense of false security. ‘Privacy Awareness Week’ (PAW), which ran from the 4-10 May 2020, is a global campaign highlighting the importance of privacy and raising awareness for public sector agencies about how to protect the personal information …

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Call to end solitary confinement due to impact on prisoner mental and physical health

The University of Queensland (UQ) has found a staggering impact on the mental and physical health of prisoners when they go into solitary confinement, also known as isolation. Consequently, researchers are calling for an end to the use of such punishment. Some prisoners experience to these conditions for years at a time, while prisoners with …

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New powers for ASIO to question 14-year-olds, deny lawyers as it goes after foreign spies

A new ‘Australian Security Intelligence Amendment Bill 2020’ was introduced into Federal Parliament by Minister for Home Affairs, Peter Dutton on May 13th. The bill amends the controversial questioning and detention powers held by ASIO. The main purpose of the new bill is to ensure that ASIO has significantly increased powers in regard to terrorism, espionage …

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