Crown apology for incidents at Mangaroa
Wednesday 6 September 2000 Media Statement
apology for incidents at Mangaroa
Claims by four prison
inmates relating to incidents that occurred at Mangaroa
Prison, Hawkes Bay in 1991 and 1993 filed against the
Attorney-General and others have been settled.
regrets the actions which gave rise to the
Significant changes have since been implemented
(including those arising from recommendations made by the
1993 Ministerial Inquiry) to ensure that what occurred at
Mangaroa will not, and cannot, happen
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