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Worse than 'Once were Warriors' movie

December 18, 2013 at 10:16 AM

Judge Collins presiding over the Patrick Kohu trial in Nelson High Court offered trauma counselling to the jury at the end of the trial. The judge thanked them for sitting through and having to hear the gruesome details of the 20-year long rape, sexual assault and violent abuses in the trial. These were the worst the Judge has ever experienced and felt compelled to offer the jury members the opportunity for trauma counselling should they need it.

You can read the news item here

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