I see former Red Squad 2 I/C, Ross Meurant, has written a piece in the Herald explaining why cops who negligently, carelessly, or recklessly, hurt, maim or even kill innocent bystanders should face the courts.
Of course in some instances they should, but this post isn't about that.
Considering the Red Squad's tactics and strategies during the Springbok Tour shouldn't Ross Meurant be the last person advocating for the rule of law and against abuse by police of their powers?
What about the murky dealings of the Suminovich Fisheries matter?
Methinks the Herald should have found a better advocate for this issue.
June 20 in history
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