Constable Murray was a hero. If you look back at …

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Constable Murray was a hero. If you look back at the times they lived in and what was required, he did what was needed.
Wish he was here nowadays. Alice Springs would be a better place.
Respect Constable Murray.

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Five youths arrested after armed robbery
Mabel: Could not agree with a comment more than yours.
This town is out of control with Aboriginals. People are civilized and do not rob, bash, steal from innocent people.
I agree more police are needed in this town but the bigger issue is what happens to the people when they are arrested and front court.
Back in the 60s and 70s gaol with hard labour was usual. Bring back tough sentencing instead of the slap on the wrist from lenient judges.
Offenders should be responsible for their actions. No excuses brought up in court for their illegal actions. Sentencing should be harsh just like the old days.


Lhere Artepe director on aggravated assault charge
Davo: The only way you will get solutions for this town is to not be scared to say how it really is. Sorry that you seem to be a do-gooder who seems offended by the truth.
If Mr Lindner is not an Aboriginal I will say sorry but truth is he is.
There is a reason race is important to solutions in this town. Almost all offending is committed by Aboriginals. I believe this is very important. You it seems do not. Put your head in the sand again.


Lhere Artepe director on aggravated assault charge
Just another Aboriginal offender (thought to be important by title) committing a crime in Alice Springs.
I hope Erwin is pressing charges, no offender deserves to be given a free ride. Should be remanded as Greg Latency points out.
Now if you think I’m a racist, I’m not. Look at the incarceration rate of Aboriginals in Alice Springs. Now there are those who stupidly suggest more Aboriginals are in prison because the system is racist. Well that is just dumb.
If Aboriginals stop committing crimes they would not be in gaol.
[ED – I am not pressing charges. Erwin Chlanda.]


Flag on the Hill: When No became Yes
Kamara, why are you offended? Did I ever say all 25,000 Arrernte people were not making a contribution to society.
If you read my comment I say “a lot”. If you do not think there are alot of Arrernte people not contributing, committing crimes and being imprisioned in this town, you have your head in the sand.
What do you mean: “This is our home! If you don’t like what’s happening here go back to your home!”
Alice Springs is my home. Australia is my home. Last time I looked there is still an Australian flag on top of Anzac Hill.


Flag on the Hill: When No became Yes
Everlyn: Of course there were not 25,000 Arrernte people sitting in front of Centrelink.
A lot were sitting out bush doing nothing. Others sitting on cement next to the taxi rank in
Bath Street.
Others (juveniles) were breaking into people’s houses, damaging property and also bashing innocent people for valuables.
Oh, I forgot the large amount of Arrernte people in the Correctional Centre also.
Yep, thats what they want to be proud of.


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