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One Nation party leader Pauline Hanson (left), with WA Senator Rod Culleton.

Culleton recovering from 'ambush'

Former One Nation Senator Rod Culleton says he's recovering at home following an "unexpected attack" outside a Perth court yesterday.

Senator Culleton was discharged from the Royal Perth Hospital on Tuesday afternoon after an x-ray cleared him of a broken wrist.

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Perth
He fell over after tripping over his mate as he tried to run away from Mr Fels who only tried to serve some papers on him. Why did he run away? Why not accept the papers and produce evidence to defeat them, like any innocent person would do.

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