Around thirty years after the disappearance of three young Aboriginal children from the northern NSW town of Bowraville, families gathered today at Sydney’s Town Hall to demand that authorities relaunch the investigation and retrial of a man suspected of abducting and murdering the children.
The families are calling on the NSW Attorney General, Mark Speakman, to act on promises to initiate legislation that would facilitate the retrial after attempts earlier this year failed. Six months after the recommendations of an inquiry into such legislation, the Attorney General has yet to respond. The families vow to continue their fight until justice is served.
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