Bondi Attack: Juveniles make court appearance

October 28, 2013 by J-Wire Staff
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The two juveniles being held in custody have made an appearance in court today through a video link.

Two 17-yr-old boys who have been charged with affray and breaching bail made the video appearaance in the Glebe Children’s Court.

They have been ordered to appear again on November 12.

In the meantime the family which was the target of the attack has issued the following statement:

“We thank G-D that we are alive.

Our overriding concern is that such an attack should not happen again – to anyone.

Our objective at this time is not vengeance, but justice and concern. We want justice to be done in regard to the perpetrators. And we are concerned about the need for the education of future generations about the importance of goodwill and tolerance, and the need for society to embrace those concepts. We would like to see proactive measures in that regard.

People should be free to walk the streets in safety, without fear of being attacked because of the colour of their skin or the race to which they belong.

We wish to thank the police for their fast response on the night of the incident, as well as St Vincent’s Hospital emergency staff, the ambulance service, the shopkeepers who offered assistance, the locals who tried to help, the hotel bouncers who eventually came to our aid. We also thank the Premier, Opposition Leader, ministers, shadow ministers, MPs and leaders of the many faith groups and organisations across the wider community which have expressed support and concern. We also thank friends and members of the community. The support is deeply appreciated and reminds us that what occurred is not what Australia is about.”


2 Responses to “Bondi Attack: Juveniles make court appearance”
  1. steve says:

    ‘breaching bail’???
    you mean these little scum bags have a history of violence?
    what exactly was their previoous offence?
    …not wanting to stereotype,but maybe it was just another gangrape,as members of their community are known for…
    …what will be their next offence?
    if these animals were not born in Australia, their citizenship muust be revoked and their should be deported to whence they came.

    • Sam says:

      You must have been asleep. I have no idea if this publication mentioned they had breached their bail conditions, but every other report did. That’s why they were remanded
      Don’t compare these hooligans with animals. Animals do not attack for kicks. Animals kill for food, to survive

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