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Scoop Links: Steven Wallace Shooter Net Naming

The following is a link to the website which published the name and picture of the police officer who shot Steven Wallace.

http://www.advantageadvocacy.co.nz/frame.html

Maorinews.com or Te Karere Ipurangi – has also published the picture of the police officer who shot Steven Wallace.

http://maorinews.com/karere/

And while it went largely unnoticed at the time Scoop has also named the police officer involved in the shooting, in a report by C.D. Sludge supporting the decision of the National Business Review at the time (May 2000) to name the police officer. See… http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/HL0005/S00066.htm
The Sludge Report #4 - Poll Shocker For Alliance

Finally a link to what appears to be a fax from INL's lawyers Izard Weston instructing Advantage Advocacy to publish the picture of the officer involved in the incident.

http://www.advantageadvocacy.co.nz/fax.html

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