Chris Hurley

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2004 Palm Island Death In Custody - Police Union and Aboriginal Activists
... Yanner said that Hurley was no racist, that he was loved by the Indigenous communities he had previously worked in, and that he identified with Hurley in that "he was a thug and a mug ... in general and particularly the police's role in justice for Indigenous people, saying that Chris Hurley was an exception to these problems, but that he had probably gone too far in ... Chris Hurley received a confidential payout of A$100,000 from the Queensland Government in February 2005 ...
Trial By Media - History - 21st Century - Chris Hurley
... In 2004 Australian police officer 115 kg Senior Sargeant Chris Hurley was supervising a prisoner at a watchhouse ... The prisoner had punched Hurley in the jaw when exiting the police vehicle and struggled to escape leading to missing a step into the watchhouse and both Hurley and the prisoner falling in ... However Hurley was working at in an aboriginal community after a series of postings where he voluntarily worked at aboriginal communities ...
2004 Palm Island Death In Custody - Investigation - District Court Appeal
... In September 2008 Senior Sergeant Chris Hurley's lawyers appealed Coroner Christine Clements findings (September 2006) that he had killed Mulrunji with three fatal ...

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