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« Reply #2 on: Saturday02May2009 »

The other witnesses seem to have different versions of the incident, its a wonder they didnt make more of these conflicting recollections. Very unlike DVA or the VRB maybe different at the AAT I guess.

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« Reply #1 on: Thursday30April2009 »

Rightway gets it WRONG!

I have selected a section which deals with the "research" of wrong way; seems they got it wrong and from what i hear on the net its not a one-off with them?

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"The initial report prepared by Writeway Research indicated that the researcher had failed to locate any reports of riots in the Dili area during the time Mr Dignon was in East Timor. A further report was provided indicating that indeed two or three such riots had been reported in various news reports."
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http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/cases/cth/aat/2009/245.html

The Tribunal sets aside the decision of the Repatriation Commission dated 21 November 2005 in respect of post-traumatic stress disorder and alcohol dependence and in place of that decision determines that the conditions of post-traumatic stress disorder and alcohol dependence are war-caused with effect from 17 March 2005. The Tribunal remits the matter to the Repatriation Commission for re-assessment of the applicant’s entitlement to pension in accordance with these reasons.
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