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Thursday, 19 August 2010

Aboriginal victims remain fearful of racist attacks (Australia)

The families of five young Aboriginal men, who were ambushed by two car-loads of men wielding baseball bats, say there is deep fear in the community despite reassurances from police.

The men told police a group of caucasian men smashed their car windows near Wyndham on Saturday night, before chasing them through bush for hours with baseballs bats and torches.

Concerns were raised that police were not taking the incident seriously enough by ruling out race as a factor.

One of the men's relatives, who has asked only to be known only as Sissy, says those concerns remain despite a meeting with police yesterday.

"There's going to be probably a lot of fear for a long time, until these people are caught," she said.

"It's going to be sitting in the back of their minds, especially for local Indigenous people, there's going to be that fear."

However, she says yesterday's meeting with Police gave them hope.

"The boys have been on edge, waiting for the police," she said.

"There's been a lot of anger and frustration due to the reaction time, so that was disappointing, but after yesterday's meeting I can understand where the police are coming from."

ABC News