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|By: W J A|
11/14/2007 5:37:22 AM
I think the news article was merely an objective, apolitical presentation of information with respect to the 'facts' surrounding the incident and the ensuing reaction of the public to the incident. It was not an investigative report nor was it an editorial.
|By: Double you|
11/14/2007 5:35:37 AM
W, J.A., ,does the party or any other party have a law on secrecy? Unless that is the case, whether it be NNP, NDC, GULP who ever then there is nothing debarring an individual from speaking his.her mind oever anything that is viewed as wrong by them. It would be a different if the situiation was about state matters and was confidential/secret information that would make the state vulnerable - State secrets! AND How were they able to have poilce throw the man out of the meeting unless he was causing a disturbance or not entitled to be there? A few things seem to have gone wrong over theis episode. Please enlighten me. Thanks
11/11/2007 7:30:31 AM