Reseller jailed for selling dodgy tablets in indigenous communities

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Reseller jailed for selling dodgy tablets in indigenous communities
The owner of a Northern Territory reseller has been sentenced to 18 months imprisonment after being convicted of "unconscionable conduct" against Indigenous customers, many of whom were sick or facing addictions. Last year, Jackson Temi Anni pleaded guilty to a handful of offences ...

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