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Ms Dhu inquest: Western Australia must come to terms with some hard truths


Ms Dhu inquest: Western Australia must come to terms with some hard truths: [] Although Ms Dhu died close to 18 months ago, the West Australian government is yet to fix the unjust fines system that saw her locked up. As a nation, we should stand alongside Carol Roe and be outraged by this inaction.

The coronial inquest into why Ms Dhu died began in Perth last week. The proceedings opened with hours of footage showing Ms Dhu doubled over, wailing in pain.

It showed Ms Dhu paralysed, being dragged from her cell and slung into the back of a police wagon, with an officer calling "shut up" moments before she died from pneumonia and septicemia - infections that had lodged in a fractured rib, one of the many injuries she sustained throughout a violent relationship.

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