No extra training following death of Indigenous man hogtied at Adelaide prison, coroner hears

No extra training following death of Indigenous man hogtied at Adelaide prison, coroner hears

The Guardian

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Wayne Fella Morrison had no criminal convictions and died three days after being restrained and taken to high security area

A South Australian prison officer has denied directing other staff to destroy records, during evidence to an inquest into the death in custody of Wayne Fella Morrison – the first hearing to be held in two years.

The coroner resumed hearing evidence on Tuesday five years after the death of Morrison, a 29-year-old Wiradjuri, Kokatha and Wirangu man who died on 26 September 2016 at the Royal Adelaide hospital.

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