The Hollow Men stage play

Written By: - Date published: 2:54 pm, September 21st, 2007 - 2 comments
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Close Up last night did a quick preview of the stage adaptation of Nicky Hager’s The Hollow Men. I’ll write a review as soon as I’ve seen it.

Don’s far from happy about his continued time in the spotlight and is sticking firmly to his story that his emails were “stolen” or “hacked” rather than leaked by an insider.

Strange though that we’ve never been offered any explanation of how Nicky might have come to be in possession of a handwritten fax from Brian Nicolle to Brash and Judd dated 25 October 2003 – correspondence that went nowhere near the Parliamentary email system…

2 comments on “The Hollow Men stage play”

  1. Benodic 1

    Oh, have a cry Dr Brash. You got caught lying – get over it.

  2. Robinson 2

    I heard that the emails etc were leaked by a staffer Brash was having an affair with after she discovered he was having another affair with Diane Foreman (Booyah!) and that that’s why it took the Nats so long to file a complaint with the police and why they are being less than cooperative with the investigation. I should say that I got banned from KiwiBlog for a week for asking Farrar to confirm this rumour but I did hear it from a pretty reliable source).

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