Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :'This business has gone on long enough - if the President is satisfied that they have good reason to act...we should support them and to hell with waiting for the conclusive proof!' 'But what if Donna's innocent?' New Zealand Herald
Reference Number: DX-002-187
Two older men discuss whether the ACT Party should wait until conclusive evidence is brought to light against Donna Awatere-Huata. Parallels are drawn with the situation in Iraq with the Weapons inspectors seeking more time to complete their investigations and the United States wanting to rush in if there is evidence or not.
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Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :'This business has gone on long enough - if the President is satisfied that they have good reason to act...we should support them and to hell with waiting for the conclusive proof!' 'But what if Donna's innocent?' New Zealand Herald, Reference Number DX-002-187 (1 digitised items)
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