According to the NZ Herald "The country's youngest killer, Bailey Junior Kurariki, is an articulate, intelligent young man, who appears genuine in his desire to live an offence-free life, the Parole Board said yesterday".
Of course the Parole Board doesn't meet many articulate, intelligent people presumably.
Meanwhile, in related news, Michael Choy remains dead.
Nice to see the Parole Board believes one of them deserves a chance after denying all of the chances of the other - in a cold and brutal manner.
An offence free life is a bit late now isn't it?