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Peter O’hara Statement: Fairfax

Published: Tue 10 May 2005 08:22 AM
Statement By Peter O’hara, Editor-In-Chief, Fairfax New Zealand
Today Fairfax was concerned to learn that the briefs of evidence in the Doone case had been disclosed. Neither Fairfax nor its lawyers released its documents.
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