'Corrections send killer on rehab course "unaware" children also attending'. "We wiz incorrect.." 13 January, 2008
Reference Number: DCDL-0005073
Shows a man who looks like a Mexican bandit, wearing a bolo and a big brimmed hat with a feather, sitting at a desk in the Department of Corrections. He announces that 'We wiz incorrect..' in response to a newspaper article which he has just read which says that Corrections sent a killer to a rehabilitation course unaware that there were children also attending. Relates to one of New Zealand's youngest killers, Bailey Junior Kurariki, 18, who was freed from prison to attend a Maori rehabilitation course, but the decision was later rescinded after the Corrections Department realised young children would be attending.
Hubbard, James, 1949- :[Digital caricatures published from 1 January, 2008. Includes a selection of 83 digital cartoons from 1999 and up to July 2005.], Reference Number DC-Group-0038 (373 digitised items)
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