Martin Doyle cartoon: Hands off our Molotovs

Opinion – Martin Doyle

Both the Police and the people at the training camps need to come clean [in a non-actionable forum] to the public about just what was going on in the Urewera. In my cartoon, the Maori words say “Don’t touch the explosion bottle” [ie Molotov cocktail]. The …


Hands off our Molotovs

by Martin Doyle
May 23, 2013

Both the Police and the people at the training camps need to come clean [in a non-actionable forum] to the public about just what was going on in the Urewera. In my cartoon, the Maori words say “Don’t touch the explosion bottle” [ie Molotov cocktail]. The word “aue” is an expression of genuine grief and regret.

Reference: http://www.thecivilian.co.nz/urewera-report-unable-to-reconcile-idea-that-police-can-break-law/ and http://www.odt.co.nz/news/national/197829/police-evidence-continues-uruwera-trial


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