Police trouble at Mt Druitt: Diane O'Brien

After a fracas at Auntie Diane O’Brien's youngest son’s 18th birthday party, the boys were charged and so was she. Diane’s charge was overblown and she realised the police were trying to get her back for exposing corruption. On principle she pleaded not guilty and thus ended up with a lengthy remand period. Part of this she spent in her old “home” Parramatta Girls’ Home transformed into a remand centre: “memories on memories.”

Keywords: Suburban living; racism; law; police