Crowdsourcing the Binnie report (and the Fisher report on the Binnie report ...)

Want to say something about the Binnie Report on David Bain's innocence? Or Robert Fisher's review of that report? Or Judith Collins' handling of the whole matter? Here's your chance.

So, at 3 o'clock Judith Collins will release Ian Binnie's report on David Bain's innocence (because we all know now that this is what it says) along with Robert Fisher's "peer review" of that report. I'm sure this decision has nothing whatsoever to do with Binnie's pretty scathing comments about how she has handled the process thus far, and is based purely upon her assessment of "David Bain's best interests and the interests of justice". 

So now we'll have to move beyond speculation and actually deal with what has been said and counter-said. There's bound to be lots of it. So here's what I'm proposing and when you're leafing through the report, share with us all in the comments section below any little items of interest you may uncover, or thoughts you might have, or impressions you may form.

Who knows - maybe at the end of the day we'll be able to form a consensus view as to whether David Bain really is innocent (or not)! That should be possible, right? Right??