STEVEN CLAUDE FREEMAN

Inquest into the death of STEVEN CLAUDE FREEMAN

The deceased was Steven Claude Freeman, an Aboriginal Bundjalung man born 13 February 1991 and aged 25 years at the time of death.\r\nNarelle King, a Bundjalung woman originally from Lismore, is his mother and his father was Steven James Freeman. Steven Freeman was the fifth child of six siblings and one of three boys.\r\nSteven passed away in the early hours of the morning of 27 May 2017, while sleeping on his bed, inside cell 13 as a prisoner within the Alexander Maconochie Centre (AMC). The AMC is an ACT Government owned and operated correctional facility, located at Symonston, in the Australian Capital Territory.

CORONER on 11 April 2018

‘https://www.courts.act.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/1196627/Steven-Freeman-11APR18-final.pdf’

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