Mick Keelty, Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police, does not want press reporting when his group of incompetents try to protect us from terrorists. I bet Mohammed Haneef does not agree. Without the revelations of the press assisted by Haneef's lawyers, Keelty might have got away with imprisoning an innocent man on hearsay. He was very upset that they revealed the full transcripts of interviews not just his careful selection and even more about allowing the truth of the whereabouts of a phone in the UK to be revealed. The courts may have hopefully granted justice after a few years. It is about time Keelty woke up to the fact that his political masters have changed. He acts like a politician, they do not like press coverage either except when it suits them, so he should resign and join the Liberal party then we can ignore him for at least 3 years.
A retired teacher librarian who loves travelling especially by train and wastes a lot of time on the Internet.
An Anglican who knows God loves me as a gay man.
Moved at the beginning of 2010 from the Blue Mountains near Sydney, Australia to Dunedin, NZ.
One of the best things I ever did.
I became a New Zealand citizen on 2nd March 2016
I will always be an Aussie by birth but am proud to be a Kiwi by choice.