Slipper and the presumption of innocence

Crikey readers have their say.

Peter Slipper:

John Richardson writes: Re. Yesterday’s editorialCrikey‘s contention, that Peter Slipper should not resume the role of Speaker of the House of Representatives until such time as the allegations against him have been “finalised”, might have merit if there was actually an investigation on-foot.

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3 thoughts on “Slipper and the presumption of innocence

  1. Hugh (Charlie) McColl

    Slow day at the web site, Tamas?

  2. Tamas Calderwood

    Any response to my arguments Charlie? Or are you just being snide?

  3. John Bennetts

    Tamas, the difference between assertion and argument is fact.

    You are not in the argument business.

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