Some people in the bush communities must be wondering why …

Comment on Alice councillor tells nation’s media about Aboriginal brutality by Mark Lockyer.

Some people in the bush communities must be wondering why the police are still at the bottle shops. And haven’t opened up all the bottle shops as promised during the election.

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Alice councillor tells nation’s media about Aboriginal brutality
I have seen the suffering of our people in the town camps. My 10-year-old nephew’s head was split open with a star picket when he jumped on top of his mother to protect her from being bashed by her partner.
My sister-in-law’s brother died from drinking a carton of beer and two bottles of wild Turkey whisky.
A 29-year-old man raped a child. A woman ran over her partner in the car she was driving and killed him.
People being eating by dogs. I got up to go to work and saw a man hanging from a tree. I can go on and on.


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People abuse alcohol and drugs to escape responsibilitys of going to work, or getting a job. Getting up early to help get kids to school. Buying food to feed themselves or their families. Or keeping their homes and yards clean.


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Alcohol is behind a lot of domestic violence in families.
An Aboriginal women is 45 times more likely to experience domestic violence than white women. Between 80 and 100 Australian women are killed by their partners every year.


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Most injuries seen at the hospital are alcohol related issues. Police time are spent on alcohol related issues. A ban on alcohol takeaway sales two days per week. Making this town a better place for everyone.


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