Dylan Voller pleads guilty of a bomb fraud at the Commonwealth Games, but blames his actions against PTSD

Ex-con pleads guilty of a bomb attack at the Commonwealth Games, but blames his actions against PTSD as a result of his time in youth detention

  • A man has pleaded guilty for a fake bomb at the Commonwealth Games
  • Former Don Dale prisoner Dylan Voller suffers from PTSD from juvenile detention
  • He was released after his six-month prison sentence was immediately suspended

An indigenous former Don Dale prisoner who pleaded guilty for a bomb report during the Commonwealth Games has released – while NSW Police issues an order for his arrest.

Dylan Voller, 21, immediately suspended his six-month prison sentence at Southport District Court in the Gold Coast on Wednesday.

The & # 39; Stolenwealth Games & # 39; activist called triple-0 on April 15, 2018 from a hospital psychiatric ward where he was placed for self-harm after being arrested at the start of the Games for nuisance during a native protest.

He is searched for in an extraordinary order for an alleged armed robbery and alleged shoplifting in Moama in the regional NSW in March and January, with respect.

Voller famously led to a royal commission from 2016 when a video appeared in which he was torn apart by a spit in the Don Dale detention center for young people.

Dylan Voller (photo), 21, immediately suspended his six-month prison sentence in the Southport District Court in the Gold Coast on Wednesday

Dylan Voller (photo), 21, immediately suspended his six-month prison sentence in the Southport District Court in the Gold Coast on Wednesday

Voller told the police that there was a bomb at the end of a Commonwealth Games marathon (photo) on April 15, 2018

Voller told the police that there was a bomb at the end of a Commonwealth Games marathon (photo) on April 15, 2018

Voller told the police that there was a bomb at the end of a Commonwealth Games marathon (photo) on April 15, 2018

Judge Catherine Muir said the fake bomb threat was a hoax but it remains a serious offense. in her conviction, according to ABC News.

She acknowledged that Voller has PTSD and argued earlier for a guilty order before giving him a six-month sentence and immediately suspended him.

The maximum sentence for the crime was five years in prison.

The court heard Voller work to improve the plight of Indigenous youth and studied in the field.

& # 39; I accept that you have a genuine drive to cause positive social change in Australia & # 39 ;, Judge Muir said.

& # 39; You can be a role model for other young people. & # 39;

The & # 39; Stolenwealth Games & # 39; activist (center photo) made the hoax of a hospital psychiatric ward where he was placed for self-harm reasons

The & # 39; Stolenwealth Games & # 39; activist (center photo) made the hoax of a hospital psychiatric ward where he was placed for self-harm reasons

The & # 39; Stolenwealth Games & # 39; activist (center photo) made the hoax of a hospital psychiatric ward where he was placed for self-harm reasons

An arrest warrant for Voller was issued on the same day as his conviction by the Murray River Police District.

The Southport District Hearing List would tell the police who is trying to find & # 39; Fuller & # 39; that he was in the Gold Coast.

In 2016, Voller appointed a royal commission for the detention and protection of children.

A video of Voller that was gassed by tears, tied to a chair and forced to wear a spit hood in a juvenile prison led to a provocation.

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