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13 August 2014


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Why is he always questioning the law? Is he above the law? Can someone set a better example for up and coming generations like us for the good of our country.

Strange how the story appears to have been broken by O'Neill's office itself, as part of its response press release. Pre-emptive?

O'Neill shall not question the law but his own actions should reflect the legality of state law. He deceives himself as a person who defies the law.

Well boo boo, Mr O'Neill. So very sorry to hear that you feel slighted!

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