Wednesday, August 01, 2007

A roo caught in the headlights

Kevin Andrews still hasn't produced any solid evidence that justifies why we should suspect Mohamed Haneef, as distinct from his cousins, of anything sinister.

What we have seen is evidence of a frightened man behaving like the proverbial roo frozen in the headlights. Except this roo had the presence of mind to step off the road for a second and make a call to authorities to ask if the headlights were really meant for him.

Kevin Andrews should resign, get out of the AFP's way and let them do their job properly. Refusing to do so, to protect John Howard's legacy, would appear to pose a serious risk to our national security.

2 Comments:

Anonymous The Other One said...

John Howard's legacy is screwed whether Andrews resigns or not.

I'm waiting to see the full transcripts of Haneef's conversations, of course.

1 August 2007 at 17:00  
Anonymous The Other One said...


http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,25197,22169371-5013404,00.html


It's like he has a head made of wood!

1 August 2007 at 22:53  

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