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|CANBERRA Chidobe Awuzie Color Rush Jersey , Oct. 22 (Xinhua) -- Pressure is growing for a second Royal Commission into Aboriginal deaths in custody following the recent death of a young woman in a West Australian watchhouse for unpaid fines.
The 22-year-old, known now for cultural reasons as Ms Dhu, died on Aug. 4 after three days in the South Hedland watch-house where, according to witnesses, she was vomiting, crying in pain and begging to be admitted to hospital.
She had been arrested for unpaid fines of less than 1,000 AU dollars. Miss Dhu was twice taken for medical attention over a three-day period but was declared fit to return to her prison cell.
Three days after first being locked up, Dhu was taken to hospital a third time, where she reportedly suffered an apparent heart attack and died in the emergency ward "within about 20 minutes".
The woman's grandmother, Carol Roe, has called for another Royal Commission into Aboriginal deaths in custody, with the first being conducted in 1991 under the Hawke Labor Government as protesters prepare for nationwide demonstrations on Thursday.
Protests are planned for Geraldton, Perth, Adelaide, South Hedland, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Canberra.
An online petition launched by Ms Roe has so far gathered more than 36,000 signatures.
In it, she calls for another royal commission, an end to imprisonment as a punishment for unpaid fines, and measures to reduce the number of Aboriginal deaths in custody, including a coronial inquest, independent inquiries into aspects of the justice system, and 24-hour medical and legal advice coverage.
"It's devastating to think our politicians have been told what they need to do to stop these deaths happening, but so far have refused to act," she wrote.
The 1991 Royal Commission into deaths in custody made 339 recommendations, many of which have not been implemented.
The Aboriginal Legal Service in New South Wales has a 24-hour custody notification service, a measure recommended by the royal commission but enacted in no other states or territories.
Since its implementation, which requires police to notify the service when they arrest an Indigenous person, there has been just one death of an Indigenous person in NSW police custody, a man by the name of Stanley Lord who a coroner found died of natural causes.
Deaths in Custody Watch Committee chairman Marc Newhouse said Miss Dhu's death had struck a chord with the nation because "we've got a young woman that's been locked up for non-payment of fines and it's just completely contrary to (the recommendations of) the royal commission" into Aboriginal deaths in custody.
Western Australia has the country's highest ratio of Indigenous to non-Indigenous prisoners. Nationally, the rate of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander women in prison has risen by 18 percent in last year.
Newhouse told the Guardian Australia that the nationwide protests on Thursday are "just the beginning" of the latest call to the government for Aboriginal justice.
"This will be an ongoing campaign. We're not going to leave any stone unturned and the pressure will be on nationally and internationally," he said.
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