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Australia Two South Australian police officers stand trial for allegedly bashing teen in Whyalla

05:29  01 march  2021
05:29  01 march  2021 Source:   abc.net.au

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The victim of an alleged police assault on the Eyre Peninsula has told an Adelaide court that he feared for his life during the 2013 ordeal.

a man wearing sunglasses and a suit and tie: Andrew Allen Jaunay and Sean Gregory Hobbs stand accused of assaulting a teenager in Whyalla in 2013. (ABC News) © Provided by ABC NEWS Andrew Allen Jaunay and Sean Gregory Hobbs stand accused of assaulting a teenager in Whyalla in 2013. (ABC News)

Andrew Allen Jaunay, 42, and Sean Gregory Hobbs, 33, are facing trial in the Adelaide Magistrates Court charged over the alleged October 2013 assault of then 17-year-old Matthew Odgers.

Both men have pleaded not guilty to assault.

Giving evidence, Mr Odgers said he was on a court-issued curfew at the time, which required him to be home by 10:00pm.

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He said three police officers stopped him at 9:30pm as he walked to a friend's house, but they initially stayed in the car.

"They accused me of getting drugs … and being in a drug neighbourhood," he told the court.

"I just laughed like 'what do you mean? I'm just walking down the street'."


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Mr Odgers told the court the three officers then got out of the car and one of them searched him.

He admitted police found a "cone pipe" — used to smoke marijuana — on him, but he told the officer that it belonged to a friend.

Mr Odgers told the court that police issued him with a drug diversion notice, which required him to attend drug counselling.

"I asked [the officers] if it's OK if I go," he said.

He said a policeman — who he described to the court as being the "the bald officer" — hit him and said, "you can f---ing leave when I tell you to leave".

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The two officers saw Mr Farmer, who matched the description of the suspicious person, while driving down Wilfred Road and gave chase. The court was told during the chase Mr Farmer dropped a backpack he was carrying, which contained a screwdriver, knife and gloves. The teenager began convulsing on the ground and the incident was captured on video by several members of the public. An ambulance was called and Mr Farmer was later treated for minor injuries at Fiona Stanley Hospital.

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"I was intimidated, in shock, didn't understand the situation … I was scared. I was compliant … I was in fear for my life," he said.

The alleged victim told the court that the same officer then yelled at him "you think you're tough? You want to play with the big boys" to which he laughed "out of shock".

"That's when he struck me, with his right hand … with enough force to knock me back and roll onto the ground," he said.


Court heard alleged bashing was recorded

My Odgers then broke down as he described calling his mother from the scene.

"As the phone call ended, I was yelling and screaming 'I'm being assaulted'," he told the court.

He said the "bald officer" put his hand around his throat and was "…yelling at me, telling me to shut up…".

"I could breathe, but I could barely talk," he said.

The trial continues.

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