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Suitcase Homicides

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 11:23 am Sat 27th August 2022

Who was mum about this one?


  1. First question is, we’re the children living when dad died.
    As that greatly reduces, the suspect list.
    Who was the person, who rented the storage.

    We have to be fair, and wait for her questioning.
    She must know there dead, and who did it.
    If she can’t blame someone, one suspect remains.

    Comment by DJ Ward — Sat 27th August 2022 @ 1:08 pm

  2. It was good to see, she has been returned to NZ.
    It’s actually a test, is our legal system fair.
    If the nation thought we fail, she would not get returned.
    If the punishment was excessive, as an example.

    We therefore have an obligation, that her trial is fair.
    That we don’t let emotions, alter what the facts say.
    Only she knows the truth, and she will have her version of it.
    Even her possible punishment, must be tested as being normal.

    We must wait patiently, for her trial.
    Our culture, just as tested for fair behaviour.
    Do we presume facts and guilt, making stories up.
    Condemning her, before the fair trial.

    Comment by DJ Ward — Sat 17th December 2022 @ 9:01 pm

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