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Saturday, 2 July 2011


The law says that everyone is equal before it, that everyone is to be treated the same, that no one is to be discriminated against.

When a man failed to set the handbrake on his van earlier this year, so it rolled down into a lake and a beloved son was drowned, the New Zealand police quickly had him in court on a charge of manslaughter.

But when the police failed to check the condition of a drunk Spaniard in one of their cells, or get medical help for him when he needed it, and he died, no one was charged with anything.