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Complaint Laid Over Offensive YouTube Attack

4 comments | 12:35 am | top | picks up on the libellous video on YouTube, which attacks veteran pro-life campaigner, Christchurch-based man, Ken Orr...

"The video was posted a week ago by prochoicenz as a "message to Ken Orr from the women of Aotearoa New Zealand".
It shows women giving the fingers, with messages such as "p... off" and "Mind your own f...... business".
One image is a photo of Orr with a gun pointing at his head.
By yesterday the video had been viewed more than 500 times and sparked 13 comments, ranging from support to calling it "defamatory rubbish".
A rebuttal video has since been posted as a message to Ken Orr "from thousands and thousands of (alive) babies and children in New Zealand", saying "you're our hero".
Created by a Canterbury University student who goes by the name theboygiggles [sic], the video shows lots of smiling babies and thanks Orr for his campaign.

Orr said he was sent a link to the original clip by a friend and decided to lay a complaint. Last week he met a senior constable who said he would investigate.
The video was a response to a High Court judgment released this month that said there was "reason to doubt the lawfulness of many abortions authorised by certifying consultants", he said..."

View my rebuttal video here. Oh, and Rebecca, please get it right. It's theboybiggles (which in case people are wondering, is the title of the first book in Captain W. E. Johns' Biggles series)

Scrubone also blogs on this. In his post he also states "I would adopt a baby myself to save it from an abortion, without hesitation". I stand by him and would do the same if at all possible.

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Anonymous Eufrat said...

I almost fell backwards out of my chair laughing at the irony in your statement, "...Oh, and Rebecca, please get it right. It's theboybiggles (which in case people are wondering, is the title of the first book in Captain W. E. Johns' Biggles series)"

Perhaps you need to... "...get it right."

"The Boy Biggles", was one of the later books written by Cap. Johns; "The Camels are Coming" was in fact, the first of the series...

6:50 pm, July 01, 2008 
Blogger Andy Moore said...

The Camels are Coming was the first Biggles book written by Captain W. E. Johns. He wrote The Boy Biggles much later. However, it is the first book of the series in reading order.

9:13 pm, July 01, 2008 
Blogger Jono McGarvey said...

Right you are Andy. And if anyone should know it would be you.

4:03 pm, July 02, 2008 
Blogger Nikki (Mother of the Devil Child) said...

I'm sure any woman with an unplanned (and unwanted) pregnancy would more than happily give you the child. Unfortunately they are unable to also hand along the pregnancy, the anxiety, the emotional distress, the potential health risks, and the guilt.

11:04 am, July 03, 2008 

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