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Hawthorn accuser declares main motion towards AFL investigation

Hawthorn accuser declares main motion towards AFL investigation


One of many ladies to have made sickening accusations towards senior figures on the Hawthorn Soccer Membership has introduced she won’t co-operate with the AFL’s investigation into the scandal.

The AFL final month introduced the phrases of reference for its investigation into the bombshell accusations included in a report that adopted an exterior overview of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals’s experiences with the Hawks.

The AFL a month in the past introduced Bernard Quinn KC would lead the investigation into allegations of “racist behaviour, bullying and different inappropriate conduct” by Hawthorn staff — significantly in direction of First Nations gamers — between 2008 to 2016. Quinn might be joined by fellow panellists Jacqualyn Turfrey, Tim Goodwin and Julie Buxton.

It has for weeks been reported that a number of individuals to have made the accusations towards the soccer membership had considerations about being concerned within the investigation course of due to the clear battle of curiosity for the AFL.

Regardless of the league’s insistence the investigation can be solely impartial, one of many ladies has now introduced she might be taking a stand by refusing to take part.

In a press release launched by Marque Attorneys, the authorized staff performing for one of many accusers, a ladies known as “Amy” says: “I might both keep numb and silent, or I might discover my voice and play my half within the wrestle to attempt to create security and safety for our younger ones who would inevitably face these techniques”.

The assertion claims the AFL ignored the girl when establishing the framework for the investigation, leaving her with no choice however to stroll away.

A girl known as “Amy” by the ABC after Hawthorn’s exterior report was leaked in September, made troubling accusations towards the soccer membership, premiership-winning coach Alastair Clarkson and now-Brisbane Lions coach Chris Fagan.

The ABC reported Amy’s associate, known as “Ian”, was instructed to eliminate his unborn youngster and associate by figures on the soccer membership. The footballer additionally instructed the ABC he was “manipulated” into altering his SIM card “so there was no additional contact between my household and me”.

Clarkson, who now coaches North Melbourne, and Fagan have been cleared to renew work with their soccer golf equipment.

Information.com.au has reached out to the AFL for remark.



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