Cartoon shows four men representing various government agencies playing rubgy. A man labelled, 'Parole Board' passes the ball to another player labelled 'Corrections', who passes the ball to the Police, who passes the ball to a final team member representing the government, who drops the ball onto the ground. The rugby ball is labelled, 'Escapee accountability', in reference to Phillip John Smith, a convicted murderer and child abuser, who illegally gained a passport and fled the country when he was released on parole.
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If reproducing this item, it is helpful to include the following credit:Hubbard, James, 1949- :Escapee accountability. 18 November 2014. Ref: DCDL-0029908. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. /records/35216890