I am sure PP is probably not defending the Fiji mob but equally he has the traits of some of my dear departed aunties who always saw "the best in people.". I also note your old mate (the resident crackpot , also known as Mair ) is calling for another Royal Commission into God knows what. Maybe he should join Weir on the sidelines for four years or even better stick him in a Perth cab with your other mate for an extended period and if by chance he is not crazy yet , then that should top him off nicely.
Gintara I take your point but having said that, precedents established by tribunals are no where near as binding as those precedents established in Courts of Law. Whatever anyone else got is simply not something which will bind another Board or Tribunal. I think he got lucky , but as I said before , I believe much more has to play out yet.