"I hope you're going after the criminal who leaked the 'terror raid' evidence that vindicates you..." "Working flat out, Dr Collins..." "Every man's on the job, Solicitor General..." "Turning every stone, Sir." 16 November, 2007
Reference Number: DCDL-0004391
Shows the Solicitor General, David Collins at the door of the staffroom at a police station. In the room are a number of policemen who are reading the paper, playing chess and doing a cross-word puzzle. David Collins says that he hopes they are trying to find out who the criminal was who leaked the 'terror raid' evidence that vindicated them. They assure him that they are but clearly are not. Refers to the leaking of 'evidence' found by the police to the press and printed by the Dominion Post. There is concern that these leaks will contaminate the cases and lead to unfair trials.
1 image, categorised under Cartoons (Commentary) and Digital images, related to David Collins, The Dominion Post (Newspaper), Newspapers, Government and the press, Evidence, Criminal, Leaks (Disclosure of information), Police and Terrorists.
Moreu, Michael, 1969-: [Digital cartoons published from 1 March 2007 onwards in the Christchurch Press], Reference Number DC-Group-0031 (502 digitised items)
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