The Tuaman court case has been very interesting in how certain persons can convince themselves they are in the right despite multiple lies and forged documents. I don’t think the decision will be a very hard one for the Judge.

It was with a degree of amusement that I noted that Martin Pugh’s defence to the fact he had forged signatures on various papers was “that the Right Honourable Helen Clark signed her name to a painting that she never painted”.

Isn’t it nice that the PM’s actions can be used to try and justify why forgery is okay.

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