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On 12 February 1999 Susan Taylor was found hanged in the toilet block at the Swan Valley Nyungah Community. The State Coroner Alastair Hope conducted an inquest which heard evidence from one girl who said that Robert Bropho had offered her money for sex. Another witness said girls, including Susan, had told her that Bropho gave them paint to sniff and money in exchange for sex.  Coroner Hope returned an open finding into her death but said that "it was likely she took her own life after years of sexual abuse, and said it was apparent there was widespread sexual abuse against young Aborigines [in the community].
They say the truth often comes out at a funeral, and the funeral of Robert Charles Bropho, Aboriginal Leader of the Swan Valley Nyungah Community.
Bropho was leader of the Swan Valley Nyungah Community settlement for over 40 years until its closure in 2003. He organised the protest against redevelopment of the Swan Brewery, and was involved in the repatriation of Yagan's head in 1997. The "Court of Appeal dismissed Bropho's claim that he was wrongly convicted of the charges. " He died in October 2011 while serving a six-year jail term.
This information is provided without prejudice by the Swan Valley Nyungah Community.
, , , , ,  - Nyungah Views on the 'Owl Stone' were documented during consultations with Nyungar Elders in 2008 - Source Suzannah Valley 'Culture' Swan Valley Nyungah Community.
This is totalitarianism. On March 18, in one of the more disgraceful actions by this Government, demolition teams were sent to Perth’s Swan Valley Nyungah Community to demolish the eleven rammed earth homes and all the other dwellings, razing them to the ground. The former residents were evicted eleven years ago, many becoming chronically homeless, some dying on the streets.