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QLD police respond violently to Indigenous woman - Amnesty International Australia


QLD police respond violently to Indigenous woman - Amnesty International Australia

Dear Minister,

I am extremely concerned about an incident depicted in video footage posted on Facebook on 17 January 2016 that shows a Queensland Police Officer repeatedly and forcefully pushing an Aboriginal woman.

The footage raises serious questions about the conduct of the police officers involved.

I call on you to immediately launch a full, public and independent investigation into the incident depicted in the video and any associated arrests, including the conduct of officers involved.

Police officers must uphold the human rights of all people, without discrimination


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