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‘Payback 7’: Kumunjayi Pollard hunted 'like a kangaroo'

DAY 4, second report

Kumunjayi Pollard was hunted “like a kangaroo”. This was among statements made by Lawrence Collin, one of the defendants accused over the death of Kumunjayi Pollard in February last year, during a record of interview with police. The hearing looking at whether he and his co-accused will be committed to stand trial has adjourned while Magistrate John Birch considers the records of interview made by most of the defendants and other documents of the prosecution’s brief against the accused. KIERAN FINNANE reports.

PHOTO above: The alleged crime scene north of the town. Photo courtesy ABC TV.

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