The presumption of innocence and its importance in a just and decent society is not as well understood or zealously championed as it should be.
Worse, some citizens who would deny others the presumption of innocence show deeper flaws. They make themselves candidates for deportation by wanting to weaken the All Black team.
This is tantamount to treason, and would be treason, if Alf had his say in definining this very serious offence against the state. Every self-respecting Kiwi should have a powerful urge to see the crap beaten out of the Springboks on the rugby field.
Any hint of this urge being diluted should disqualify people from citizenship.