In 1842 the Crown prosecuted Weewar, a Bindjareb Nyungar, for carrying out tribal payback. Weewar's trial became the test case in Western Australia, which determined that British Law took precedence over traditional law.
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|Company Credits:||ABC, ScreenWest, Film & TV Institute (Fremantle), Murdoch University|
|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Media, Communication and Culture|
|Other Information:||Run Time: 9:00 Nominated at the 2006 West Australian Screen Awards for Best Production Design.|
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