This Gary independent well rounded guy seeking ltr published 15 years ago Uluru girls swap sex for petrol, inquest told August 11, — 4. This was one of the allegations made today as a petrol sniffing inquest reached Mutitjulu, a community close to the rock which has been devastated by the sniffing epidemic.
But today's hearing, held in the open under a tree, was dramatically cut short after a young man holding a can of petrol to his face approached the gathering. Advertisement He appeared as his mother gave evidence about the scale of the sniffing problem, and begged for help for her son.
Distressed by the confronting scene, Northern Territory Coroner Greg Cavanagh abruptly ended the hearing after hearing from just a handful Ladies seeking sex August witnesses.
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Soon afterwards, community members spoke of the tragic scale of the sniffing crisis slowing destroying the strong community, considered the traditional owners of Uluru. He said today's interruption demonstrated just how bad the epidemic.
Dozens of community members had gathered for the inquest, sitting alongside camp dogs in the hot red sand, with the iconic landmark looming nearby.
The inquest is focussing on the deaths of three petrol sniffers.
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Two of them, aged 21 and 37, were from Mutitjulu. The third was a year-old boy who died after sniffing petrol for the first time while visiting the community of Willowra, north of Alice Springs.
In sad, soft voices, witnesses today recounted tragic stories, pleading for help to save their sons, brothers and cousins from the deadly addiction.
Away from the hearing, Senior Aboriginal Wives want casual sex Lisle worker Mary Turner said the last three people to take up sniffing in the community were girls. She said some girls were swapping sex for petrol, and that sniffers were buying petrol from others within the community.
Superintendent Michael White said he hoped a new police station promised to the community would encourage locals to come forward and report petrol Las vegas girlslast satcarmens. Mutitjulu Working Together project manager Greg Andrews said there were between 20 and 40 regular sniffers in the community, and half of them had permanent brain damage.
I've also seen mothers pushing prams with petrol tins tied around their face," he said.