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Mutitjulu resident charged with stalking Lateline guest

Reporter: Tony Jones

A resident of the Aboriginal community of Mutitjulu has been charged by the Northern Territory
police with the unlawful stalking of a man who appeared on Lateline in June last year.

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TONY JONES: A resident of the Aboriginal community of Mutitjulu has been charged by the Northern
Territory police with the unlawful stalking of a man who appeared on Lateline in June last year.
Lesley Calma is accused of stalking Greg Andrews. Mr Andrews was one of six interviewees on a
Lateline program who claimed a paedophile had been trading petrol for sex with underage girls in
the central Australian community. Lateline agreed to conceal the identity of Mr Andrews at the
time, after concerns he could be intimidated or threatened.

Lesley Calma has been ordered to appear before the Mutitjulu summary court on March 15.

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