Monday, 18 April 2005

The Butcher Report online

Trying to stop publication of the Butcher Report is like Canute trying to stop the sea. In the age of the internet and especially of blogs, it is being put up in one place as fast as it is being taken down in another.

Duncan Bayne posts today reporting new sites he's found from which to download it, and information still comes in on the Comments section of an earlier post on this here blog.

Feel free to post any other sightings here as you come across them, and help others to help Rob Moodie to help the Berrymans get justice.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks PC for opportunity to run off a copy. The Berryman's horrific saga started to be discussed to my knowledge on Perigo's Politically Incorrect show about 7-8 yrs ago.

    Somebody should have the guts to stand up in the House and "do a Tamahere", blow the whistle on the sods this election year.


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