‘Two thousand days . . .’
by Patrick O'Brien
“It is not necessary to bury the truth. It is sufficient merely
to delay it until nobody cares.” ~ Napoléon Bonaparte
It is now 2,000 days since I sent the commissioner of New Zealand police a copy of my letter to the Chief Justice in which I had confessed telling lies in court to obtain convictions against my targets while working as an agent-provocateur for the Crown.
A question often asked of me — why haven’t you been arrested — remains unanswered as the police department refuses to provide the findings of their “independent” inquiry and criminal investigation into the matter.
This is a (yet another) cover-up . . . and here’s a clock that measures the days:
Some background material and a summary of events . . .