Tuesday, July 04, 2006

Ripples in a pond

Reporting on the Kahui case Radio New Zealand says , Twenty detectives are working on the double homicide inquiry.

Contrast this to a report from the Waikato Times;

Hamilton's detectives are being side-tracked from serious crime as the thin blue line is stretched ever further....At least 24 cases are sitting unallocated, some dealing with the sexual violation of children.

The Kahui's refusal to co-operate is surely demanding greater resources which are desperately needed elsewhere. They are the pebble thrown in a pond from which many ripples continue to grow.

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