Whistle-blower reveals 'sub-human' conditions at Wagga's court cells

By Editor Daniel Johns
Updated June 29 2015 - 5:36pm, first published 5:23pm
LOCKED UP: A local mum has allegedly anguished in a six-metre by four-metre cell with no natural air or natural light for at least 12 days.
LOCKED UP: A local mum has allegedly anguished in a six-metre by four-metre cell with no natural air or natural light for at least 12 days.

SENSATIONAL claims have emerged of a female prisoner being held “like an animal” in Wagga’s court cells for nearly two weeks because of a chronic prison bed shortage.

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