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‘A complex case’: NSW Police waited three months to talk to alleged rape victim – Sydney Morning Herald

NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller told a state parliamentary hearing he would look into why the delay occurred as a document produced to parliament also confirmed…

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The alleged victim in this matter was engaged and disengaged during this process, which is totally accepted, he said. The commissioner undertook to find out what happened during that period.
NSW detectives had arranged to travel to South Australia, where the woman lived, to take a signed statement on March 16, but Mr Fuller told the hearing they were denied from doing so on March 13 due to a government edict restricting travel due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The South Australian border remained open…

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