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The fall out from the scuffle between Greens co-leader Russel Norman and Chinese security protecting their vice president could end up benefitting China, according to...
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phurpaman  

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Subject: Norman and chinese fallout could benefit china
Jun 22 2010 01:40 PM

The last line in this article is very worrying!
It reads"members of the delegation refused to speak to the police and have left the country"
Can anyone who may have committed a crime in New Zealand just refuse to speak to the police and the police just leave it at that?
I believe that Mr Norman had a small cut on his hand from the scuffle.
A good thing that his blood did not spill on any of the chinese security thugs otherwise the New Zealand government would probably have offered to pay for the dry cleaning!
Shame on New Zealand or is money just too important to upset china in any way and let it's thuggery go unchallenged?
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