Father of Australian Victim of Alcohol Violence Pushes for Ban on Alcohol Industry Donations

The Sydney Morning Herald reports that the father of Australian assault victim Michael McEwen, who was left fighting for his life after being hit and having his head stomped by drunken assailants,  has called on the New South Wales and federal governments to consider a six-point plan to address alcohol-related violence.  Among the measures championed by Robert McEwen are a federal ban on political donations from the alcohol industry and mandatory drug and alcohol testing of perpetrators of violent attacks in NSW.