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NSW Government Announces Special Commission of Inquiry into LGBT Hate Crimes

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The NSW Government announced on Saturday, April 16, that it will establish a Special Commission of Inquiry into LGBTIQ Hate Crimes.Justice John Sackar will act as Commissioner in charge of the inquiry.

The Inquiry will look into “the manner and cause of death” of all previously investigated unsolved LGBTQI hate crime deaths in NSW between 1970 and 2010.NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet said, “These unsolved deaths have left loving families without answers for too long.“This Inquiry provides an opportunity to focus further scrutiny on suspected hate crimes, and under the leadership of Justice Sackar will work to close a dark chapter of our state’s history that has left an indelible mark.“Justice Sackar is a respected and experienced Judge of the Supreme Court of New South Wales and will bring expertise to this significant role.”Speaking on the Inquiry, Speakman said, “A Special Commission of Inquiry is a powerful investigative tool to look for answers for which many have been waiting decades.

No one should have to suffer the distress of not knowing what happened to someone they love.”⚖️ A Special Commission of Inquiry, with coercive powers and Justice John Sackar as Commissioner, will inquire into the manner and cause of death in unsolved suspected #LGBTIQ #hatecrime deaths in NSW between 1970 and 2010. ⚖️ It will report by 30 June 2023.

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