Families Minister Dale Wakefield and Police Superintendent Pauline Vicary (out …

Comment on Kids ‘jumped, bashed’ numerous people: reports. by Evelyne Roullet.

Families Minister Dale Wakefield and Police Superintendent Pauline Vicary (out of uniform) holding hands should patrol the street at night and see for themselves.

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Kids ‘jumped, bashed’ numerous people: reports.
I ponder what will happen if one victim fights back and kills doing so?
Example: Aikido practitioners train to subdue, rather than maim or kill, but many of its movements can nevertheless be deadly.


Recent Comments by Evelyne Roullet

The militarised centre of Australia
Kieran: A more informed public debate on the issues? Good idea! Maybe yes, may be no, because there are military issues in regards of security which cannot be made public.
In the same ways that others countries do not divulge there military secrets, may be it could be better for us to keep our mouth shut.
This said, I have to add that I am against armed conflicts and drone warfare is alas part of it.
But I would like someone to explain and prove to me how closing Pine Gap and sending back home all the US Marines will make Australia a safer place to live.
Australia needs allies to survive as it is not one of the most powerful countries: United States, Russia, China, Germany, United Kingdom, France.


The Territory is too big for them to grasp
Well put!


Mills blasts Gunner over Speaker’s conduct
The voters of the NT are now caught between Scylla and Charybdis.


Federation Party announces candidates: more councillors joining the fray
In my opinion (for what it’s worth) our council should be dismissed and replaced by rates payers called in like in a jury’s summons, or the government could put in an administrator. What a circus!


Curfew a child protection measure: Territory Alliance
Why the skilled youth workers cannot control the youth in our library? To keep disruptive behaviour to a minimum?


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