My thoughts exactly: http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au...5-7583,00.html
T'will be interesting to see what, if anything, he reveals by way of info. Frankly, publishing only selective parts of any dossier won't really help him politically. It needs to all be published, if any of it is, otherwise it's just another spin on things which doesn't tell us anything.
The other problem for Andrews is, if he has info on this bloke which might link him to terrorism, why the hell did he let him leave the country?
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The only thing Beattie can deliver is a ****ed up state. The man couldn't run a lemonade stand...
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Last edited by Johnners; 30-07-2007 at 11:17 PM.
How convinient after saying the govt will make public the proof to why they detained Haneef, they do a complete u turn and won't be making it public... wow.. suprise suprise.
The whole situation must have just lost for fair bit of support for both set of parties... i'm even more undecided on who to vote now....
Correct me if i'm wrong but it's the AFP who aren't letting Andrews release the information?
Which begs the question, if the info is that sensitive, why did they let him leave the country in the first place?
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Clearly the sneaky bugger tried to call the British authorities 4 (four!!!) times before he tried to leave Australia to tell them about his SIM card.
Clearly the info about the email conversation was raised at the bail hearing and in his record of interview.
Clearly the stuff Andrews spoke about yesterday was neither new nor secret. We're still waiting for the secret info, if indeed there is any.
And again I ask you, HJ, if the bloke is as suspicious as Andrews and Howard either believe or want us all to believe, why the hell did they let him leave the country?
The Australian, hardly a bastion of ALP porpaganda, got this right this morning in its editorial and in the piece by Hedley, who had the ROI leaked to him in the 1st instance. I commend both pieces to you.
I remember when the accused had rights. That was awesome. Think we could go back to that?
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