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LETTER: Taking no prisoners

Special police operations have been welcomed in Alice Springs this month, to prevent a repeat of the ‘crime waves’ of last summer. As a result, numerous people have been arrested and brought before the courts. So many in fact, that there’s not enough space for everyone at the prison, Mark O’Reilly of the Central Australian Aboriginal Legal Aid Service writes.

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