Russel Norman volte-face on Dunne fiasco

Russel Norman has posted this message on Facebook…it represents a sudden change of attitude, I wonder what brought that on.

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That is a massive climb down from Russel Norman, who was just last Friday demanding Police climb all over Peter Dunne and force him to hand over emails.

Now he is even saying that the Privileges Committee complaint from David Shearer may well be overstepping the mark.

Again, I wonder what has forced this dramatic turn of events which basically sees Russel Norman backing away from calls for Peter Dunne to have the Police inspect his inbox, backs away from Labour’s Privileges complaint and also backs away from calling on Peter Dunne to resign.

One could say this is a curious turn of events.

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