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NSW police officers engaged in 'serious misconduct' by intimidating Afghan women during traffic stop

SBS Friday, 1 November 2019
“Don’t argue with me, love, or you’ll be going in the back of the paddy wagon as an accessory to bloody murder”, a NSW police officer tells two women in a video released by the Law Enforcement Conduct Commission.
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