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The man inside (part one)

The man inside (part one)

Update: 2020-07-12
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When Ramzi Aouad went to prison for life, it was on the basis of evidence from one man - a violent enforcer who had been offered financial incentives for his testimony. The conviction was part of a signal moment in racialised policing. This is part one of a two-part episode. 

 

Guest: Contributor to The Monthly Mahmood Fazal.


Background reading:

The man inside and the inside man in The Monthly

The Saturday Paper

The Monthly


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Comments (4)

Lawrence

The suggestion that Bilal Skaf was somehow the victim of racism is disgusting. There were victim statements which explicitly outlined the rapes including numerous racially charged taunts and threats. Read what actually happened to those poor girls (one of which was 14yo) and then tell me with a straight face that poor Bilal Skaf has been hard done by. What the NSW Police did to stop the violence was absolutely necessary. Quit apologizing for violent criminals.

Jul 15th
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Luke

This episode was so biased in favor of victimising a criminal. Part 2 better be good.

Jul 13th
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The man inside (part one)

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