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Who slew? Who knew?

By Steven | May 13, 2011

Let me go on record as saying I think Jon Stephenson’s allegations about NZ involvement in abuses in Afghanistan demand a proper independent investigation. Wayne Mapp seems to have admitted many of them, but somehow the government still seems to be saying “Move along – nothing to see here”. At the same time the PM is attacking Jon Stephenson’s credibility in way that strikes me as being both despicable and entirely beside the point.

Was NZ party to war crimes? I want to know.

Topics: Media ethics | 1 Comment »

One Response to “Who slew? Who knew?”

  1. Don Polly Says:
    June 1st, 2011 at 9:35 pm

    Well, of course you are right, Steven. But given the existing domestic and international economic and political upheavals, I can’t see the (read this) government doing anything except try to bury it. Now Labour on the other hand… never mind.

    Just bought a copy of Media Minefield. It’s not a book. It’s a tome. Let you know how I make out. Cheers.


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