Petition Closed
Petitioning The NSW Government, The Australian Federal Government The Premier of NSW, The Prime Minister of Australia
This petition will be delivered to:
The NSW Government, The Australian Federal Government
The Premier of NSW, The Prime Minister of Australia

Re Open the Coronial Inquiry into T.J. Hickeys Death.Stop Aboriginal Deaths in Custody Now

 

we, the undersigned want justice for the unresolved murder of T.J.Hickey and for all Aboriginals who die in Custody. T.J.died in Warerloo in February 2004. His bike was rammed by a Redfern Police Car. Eight years later there is still no justice for the young Aboriginal man and his family. The Royal Commission on Aboriginal Deaths in Custody in 1991 made 339 recommendations to Stop Deaths in Custody. Not one of them has been implemented. Hundreds of Aboriginal people died before and hundreds have died since. 


Letter to
The NSW Government, The Australian Federal Government The Premier of NSW, The Prime Minister of Australia
Re-open the Coronial Inquest into T.J.Hickeys death!!

A memorial plaque at the fence line where T.J. was impaled.

we, the undersigned want justice for the unresolved murder of T.J.Hickey and for all Aboriginals who die in Custody. T.J.died in Warerloo in February 2004. His bike was rammed by a Redfern Police Car. Eight years later there is still no justice for the young Aboriginal man and his family. The Royal Commission on Aboriginal Deaths in Custody in 1991 made 339 recommendations to Stop Deaths in Custody. Not one of them has been implemented. Hundreds of Aboriginal people died before and hundreds have died since. We call on the NSW Government to

Re-open the Coronial Inquest into T.J.Hickeys death!!

For a memorial plaque at the fence line where T.J. was impaled.

For a Memorial place in the Redfern Blocvk to remember all NSW Aboriginal Deaths in Custody.

To Stop Aboriginal Deaths in Custody now.

A Memorial place in the Redfern Blocvk to remember all NSW Aboriginal Deaths in Custody.

Stop Aboriginal Deaths in Custody now