Police Commissioner Groenewald has told Radio Australia that the man beaten by police in the notorious torture video has “changed” his mind about laying a complaint about the vicious beating he received at the hands of police and corrections staff. The Commissioner made clear “no-one is above the law”. And in relation to the Bilitaki incident he has made clear that an internal investigation is underway. Police involved will take the full brunt of the law if they acted illegally. This follows confirmation by the DPP that even though there’s no evidence for a charge of assault to be laid against police, the police involved will be held to account for the way they acted.