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$40,000 payout for wrongeful arrest

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Printed Date: 24/April/2019 at 08:02


Topic: $40,000 payout for wrongeful arrest
Posted By: brandons
Subject: $40,000 payout for wrongeful arrest
Date Posted: 06/October/2009 at 02:08
In todays Sydney Morning Herald.
http://www.smh.com.au/national/compensation-for-lawyer-after-wrongful-arrest-20091005-gjfk.html

Honestly, there needs to be some sort of National Royal Comminsion into whats going on in the police forces in this country. But it seems the only way that will ever happen is if the Government has to keep paying out money to the victims.



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Posted By: TechSpec
Date Posted: 06/October/2009 at 09:11
This is exactly what I have been posting about, yet no one seems to be too interested...
I have recorded audio evidence from 2 cops admitting to hunting people down to stalk and intimidate them just because they deem them to be "undesirables" to use in my upcoming case against the badcops!

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Posted By: brandons
Date Posted: 06/October/2009 at 14:44
This comes on top of a $40,000 compensation payout a few days earlier to another person.
http://www.smh.com.au/national/40000-compensation-for-pepper-spray-attack-20091001-gee0.html

Question, if the woman was unlawfully detained, is that grounds for criminal charges against the police?


Posted By: TechSpec
Date Posted: 06/October/2009 at 16:44
Depends on the situation. But most times it's a civil tort claim

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