My thoughts go out to the cabbie concerned and those …

Comment on Alleged grog running cabbie may lose car; passenger who bought grog fined $120. by David Chewings.

My thoughts go out to the cabbie concerned and those people suffering under the NTER umbrella and the beefed up so-called Stronger Futures proposals introduced into Federal Parliament last November.
They have already passed the House of Reps.
Of great concern to me and other do-gooders is that there will be no scrutiny by the newly formed parliamentary committee on human rights.
Jenny Macklin could easily correct this.

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Alleged grog running cabbie may lose car; passenger who bought grog fined $120.
I know of the worst cases of abuse by cabbies better than anyone currently engaged in this debate and I am of the firm opinion that the Commissioner is going over the top in his treatment of the Alice taxi industry.


Alleged grog running cabbie may lose car; passenger who bought grog fined $120.
Erwin, I hope you will allow me the privilege of another comment on this matter.
I have just read the ABC report which quotes the Police Commissioner as saying: “This is a very serious matter.”
No it is not, Commissioner.
The recent reports of alleged rape, homicide and escapes from custody in Centralia are very serious matters indeed and you only trivialise your esteemed position by what you have said about the cabbie’s alleged offence.
Up in Darwin it seems that the murder and associated mayhem is not on the improve.
And you, Dear Commissioner, tell us all to have faith.


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