"You must convince the Supreme Court that no govt anywhere has a more proud record of defending human rights than us, which means we must have a bloody good case for denying Zaoui his..." "Yes, but what bloody good case?" "Damn it man, do we have to thin
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Prime Minister, Helen Clark, tells a perspiring little Crown Law judge that he has to both convince the world of New Zealand's great record in defending human rights at the same time as denying Zaoui his. When the judge wonders in bewilderment what he should say, he is told by Deputy Prime Minister, Michael Cullen, that he will have to work it out for himself. Refers to the continued imprisonment without fair trial of refugee Ahmed Zaoui for terrorist afiliations. Many people in New Zealand are outraged by his treatment.
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Scott, Thomas, 1947- :[Digital cartoons published from 27 July 2005 onwards in the Dominion Post. Includes a selection of digital cartoons from 2003-], Reference Number DC-Group-0025 (778 digitised items)
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