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Murder trial 'part of our healing': Kumanjayi Walker's family to learn court location

SBS Wednesday, 18 December 2019
The grieving family and friends of an Aboriginal man who died after being shot by a Northern Territory police officer have pleaded to keep court proceedings in Alice Springs, rather than 1,400km away in Darwin. On Thursday, they'll find out if they have been successful.
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