An Indigenous inmate who said he couldn’t breathe while being held in an isolated cell was told by a guard “there’s nothing wrong with you, other than your attitude”, an inquest has heard.
- The inquest hears audio from the prison’s “knock-up” system
- A distressed Bailey Mackander used the system several times before his death
- The inquest is expected to run for a full week before resuming in July.
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