Don Dies For Nought
Police undercover and Technical Specialist Don Wilkinson was an honorable man tasked with a hopeless cause and died protecting no-one, according to Judge Jerry Paradis and recent guest of Prof. Max Abbot for his Vice Chancellor AUT Winter lecture series (Judge Paradis - Board Member of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition)
Police and Media are still parroting the 'suspected P-lab' line - as if they haven't checked the house yet.
The kind of prejudice expressed in Calum Penrose ill-informed rant serves only to entrench the worst attributes of our drug policy... that of prejudice and hatred. Their is no evidence yet produced that demonstrates that Don died from Methamphetamine or any other drug. He died of "Prohibition".
Has no one read about Capone, Alcohol Prohibition and the Valentines Day Massacre?
We can best support and protect our Police by ridding ourselves of the dysfunctional prohibitionist paradigm that delivers us the very tragic outcomes - 'the unintended consequences' that politicians and public servants commissioned with 'a duty of care' set out to solve.
Blair Anderson ‹(•¿•)›
Social Ecologist 'at large'
ph (643) 389 4065 cell 027 265 7219