Forty kilometers off the coast of Australia's tropical tranquility lies the Aboriginal reservation The Guiness Book of Records lists "the most dangerous place in the world outside of a combat zone'. Founded in the early 1920's, the government found it a handy place to send Aboriginals causing "problems" in other settlements. \nWhere other reservations usually housed members of a single clan, in Palm islands first two decades, 1,630 people from at least 57 different language-speaking groups were sent to live under the control of the white superintendant. \nToday the unrest continues. After the 2004 death in custody of Cameron Doomadgee, there has been an idependant coronial inquiry which found that Doomadgee had died as a result of punches by senior sergant Chris Hurley. Hurley was later found not quilty of manslaughter and assult, the police station was then burned down. Most recently, another coronial inquest has been called for.