If he said this in a chat-room, he’d already be in custody

NSW Police Minister says he would want officers to strip-search his children.

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9 Responses to If he said this in a chat-room, he’d already be in custody

  1. feelthebern

    NSFW.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLl7kqJdGUo&has_verified=1

    The next time you will be stuck in traffic or a waiting room for 50mins, this would fit the bill.

  2. And do all these strip searches happen to involve just girls?

  3. Suburban Boy

    And do all these strip searches happen to involve just girls?

    Of course they don’t, but the ABC and its hard-left enablers are promoting the story only as an abuse of women and girls, not an abuse of human rights. Because males don’t matter, naturally.

  4. Mother Lode

    Just from glancing at the article he was saying that however regrettable, in this age of terrorism and people who use unwitting children in their plots, such searches are necessary. He said that he would accept that it could happen to his own kids too – that the law ought to apply evenly.

    He also admitted that there had been abuses of the power to date.

    Certainly an unpleasant topic and not something I think anyone would be pleased to sign their name to, but the ABC would seem to want you to think he is keen on kids being strip searched, which is a misrepresentation.

  5. …in this age of terrorism and people who use unwitting children in their plots, such searches are necessary.

    I noted that as well and wondered whether strip searches being conducted on just girls (or boys in disguise) who were specifically attired. I wonder what he meant?

  6. Kevin Metcalfe

    I imagine his kids were more than a touch concerned to hear that.

  7. David Elliot is a blad-headed flog.

    What an insufferable, dishonest douchebag.

  8. Elderly White Man From Skipton

    When he finds his kids “at risk of doing something wrong” does he routinely strip search them? Or does he call the police? And WTF does this have to do with terrorism? We’re talking about kids at music festivals.
    Note that the Minister has yet to indicate a single instance in which the strip search methodology produced anything substantial. In other words it’s a form of entertainment for bullying police.

  9. PB

    “We’re talking about kids at music festivals.”

    We all knew that “keeping us safe from the Terrorists” would inevitably involve some (or a lot) of mission-creep.

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