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In Broome, Western Australia, Matej Radelic, a 45-year-old man, has entered a plea of not guilty to charges of racially aggravated assault involving three young Indigenous children. The incident, which occurred in March, saw the children – aged six, seven, and eight – allegedly being restrained with cable ties at a residence in Northern Western Australia. A video of the distressing scene went viral on social media, capturing the children crying and pleading for their release. Following his court appearance, Radelic’s bail was extended, and his trial has been scheduled for September 12 to address the serious allegations brought against him.


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Article Title: Man accused of restraining three Indigenous children with cable ties pleads not guilty to assault
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