Karam’s embedded Herald PR flunkie howls with manufactured outrage

David Fisher continues the Joe Karam initiated PR fest on behalf of David Bain by…shock, horror…writing about a minister doing her job.

A 34-point list of issues attacking the case for David Bain’s innocence was compiled by Justice Minister Judith Collins and sent to the former High Court judge she appointed to “peer review” the case.

The list was sent with her letter of instruction to Robert Fisher QC, who prepared a report which dismissed the finding of former Canadian Supreme Court Justice Ian Binnie that Mr Bain was probably innocent.

It has prompted Opposition parties to accuse Mrs Collins of bias and attempting to rort Mr Bain’s claim for compensation, filed after he was found not guilty in 2009 of murdering his family. It was the second murder trial stemming from the 1994 murders – Mr Bain was convicted of murder at the first and spent 13 years in prison before the original verdict was quashed.  

So, let’s get this straight…David Fisher, his pals in the opposition, and the David Bain camp think it is terrible that Judith Collins;

  1. Consulted as a minister is supposed to do
  2. Compiled a list of 34 concerns (that in itself is worrying that Binnie produced a report with 34 serious concerning items)
  3. Asked someone to review it

I can only imagine what this article would have said if the minister hadn’t sent any list of concerns or consulted with anyone ..the article would have howled in outrage that there was nothing to see, no concerns, so why the review of the Binnie report.

These sanctimonious pricks want it both ways.They want Robin Bain wearing gloves so there are no finger prints, then they want Robin Bain loading a magazine and getting powder residue on his unprotected hands without reconciling the lack of fingerprints on the rifle, the magazines or the silencers despite David Bain’s fingerprints being all over them.

This is nothing more than yet another part of the massive pro-Bain media PR campaign orchestrated by Joe Karam.

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As much at home writing editorials as being the subject of them, Cam has won awards, including the Canon Media Award for his work on the Len Brown/Bevan Chuang story. When he’s not creating the news, he tends to be in it, with protagonists using the courts, media and social media to deliver financial as well as death threats.

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