Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Muldoon's spirit walks

This on Stuff this morning:

Clark's comment yesterday – that those arrested "at the very least" had been training with firearms and napalm – was also unusual, in that she was discussing cases currently before the courts.
How about you let a jury work out what these bozos did, instead of making wild assertions to the media, you arsehole? Some of us prefer not to have politicians deciding who's guilty of what before the case even hits the courts.

2 comments:

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Milt, while I share your love for the snaggle toothed harridan, you must admit the fact that these bozos were training to use firearms and napalm has been public knowledge for at least two weeks. What i's like to see is a list of the names and addresses of the six who thus far have failed to gain name suppression. It seems our courts will grant name suppression on the flimsiest of excuses. For once I agree with the media. Tell us who they are.

Psycho Milt said...

I'll admit they've been accused of training to use firearms and napalm. But there's still to be a court case to decide whether that accusation is correct or not, and politicians should keep their ugly mugs out of it until a jury's given a verdict on it.

I agree with you re the ridiculous secrecy of our justice system though - decidedly dodgy.