They’re still criminals

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - FEEDBACK -

I FIND it “in­ter­est­ing” Gazette man­ag­ing ed­i­tor Greg Mclean seems to be ex­on­er­at­ing il­le­gal be­hav­iour by pub­lish­ing a soppy story about Pat­ton and Sonja Eid­son who are still be­ing re­ferred to un­der their as­sumed names of Michael and Anita Mcgoldrick.

Re­gard­less of what oc­curred in the US, it would ap­pear by their own ad­mis­sion that both these peo­ple have know­ingly en­tered Australia il­le­gally and should be dealt with to the full ex­tent of the law.

What makes them so spe­cial or any dif­fer­ent to any other criminals who have lived among us un­der the cover of dark­ness?

Mr Mclean should be de­vot­ing space in his news­pa­per to more de­serv­ing is­sues that are not cen­tred on just two peo­ple’s il­le­gal ac­tiv­ity.

Is Mr Mclean and the Port Dou­glas and Moss­man Gazette an ad­vo­cate for il­le­gal ac­tiv­ity?

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