The inquest into Folole Muliaga begins this week.
Hopefully we will get to the bottom of what seems like an assisted suicide.
How can anyone sing and play the guitar and not call an ambulance while mum dies?
I am sure our memories will be refreshed enormously of the farce, but let us hope there is no pinko whitewash.
Let us remember that the family had failed to pay their bills.
The power company, Mercury Energy, was a state owned enterpise, only meeting targets set by finance minister Michael Cullen.
Their payment conditions were worse than that of private power companies, leading the government to change the law for SOEs.
Dear Leader milked the event for all it was worth, attending the funeral, when to some extent you might say SHE was guilty.
But champion milker is trades unionist Brendan Sheehan, who used the incident to gain a place as a Liarbour Party Election candidate.
I am sure Whale Oil, who has been following the Muliaga saga closely, will have much to say this week.
I guess the 'corpse cuddler' Brendan Sheehan, who has thratenened to send the boys round to see to the champion blogger, will too.
Let battle commence!
Oh, and one final comment.
If we had any doubts the family were bludgers who were to blame, they are removed by this little passage from the TVNZ story:
Her husband Lopaavea Muliaga has had to give up his job to be a full time parent
So no prizes for who's supporting the family now, but the poor oppressed taxpayer!