Coroner hands down findings into the death of Danny Whitton in custody

Annie Lewis
By Annie Lewis
Updated November 27 2021 - 12:59am, first published November 23 2021 - 8:45am
CAUSE FOR CHANGE: Nikita House addresses the media in February over the loss of her brother Danny Whitton (left) in custody. Pictures: Contributed, ALS NSW/ACT

An Indigenous man who died in custody in 2015 had "suboptimal medical care" at a Junee Correctional Centre before he died of organ failure, a coronial inquest has found.

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Annie Lewis

Annie Lewis

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