Aboriginal store ripoff widespread 30/11/2008


from WA Today

Remote Aboriginal community stores are being ripped off throughout the Kimberley, prominent indigenous residents say.

The stores have become prime targets for unscrupulous store managers, with those doing it almost always escaping prosecution.

“They haven’t even been asked to pay the money back,” retired Aboriginal policeman Gordon Marshall said.

Read more: http://www.watoday.com.au/wa-news/aboriginal-store-ripoff-widespread-20081219-7271.html#ixzz2RMN5TWbO


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  1. Among the Canadian provinces, Quebec is perceived to have the most entrenched and widespread corruption problem. Canadian aboriginal communities face severe corruption issues from election of officials to the councils’ day-to-day management of the reserves.

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