The 'Broad' side. "I'd just like to remind citizens that it takes considerable planning and skill to slip on the same banana skin twice." 14 November, 2007
Reference Number: DCDL-0004462
Shows Police Commissioner, Howard Broad lying in a large heap on the ground with his glasses smashed after having slipped on a banana skin. The banana skin is labelled 'Iraena Asher fiacso' and Howrad Broad has the words 'Keystone Cops' on his sleeve. As he lies on the ground he reminds people of how much planning and skill there is in slipping on the same banana skin twice. Refers to the Iraena Asher case when a young woman disappeared, presumed murdered because her call for help was not heeded quickly enough and also to the police raids and arrests of 17 people under Firearms and 'terrorism' legislation.
Emmerson, Rod, 1955- :[Digital cartoons published 3 July 2005 onwards in the New Zealand Herald.], Reference Number DC-Group-0027 (98 digitised items)
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