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Monday, May 28, 2012

The draft IPCA report - when will it be released online?

So the draft IPCA report into Police action over the so called Urewera terrorism case has been completed and it is DAMNING of the Police. The Police have done all they can to stymie the report and are currently trying to desperately water it down.

This could be very damaging for the Police. After Peter Marshall's smug defense and refusal to apologize for a $14million cost, allowing the Police to use illegal spying tactics and terrorizing a community with a history of righteous grievance, his position will fall to pieces once the IPCA report is released.

Which is why they are doing all they can to strangle it right now.

But here's the question - if the IPCA allow themselves to be bullied into the Police position, will the draft report appear on line so everyone in the mainstream media can see the difference between the two?

I would hazard a guess and suggest that yes, yes it will go on line. Somewhere.

Stay tuned to Tumeke for details over the following days.

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3 Comments:

At 28/5/12 5:52 p.m., Blogger Tim said...

Just as the Judiciary have allowed themselves to be bullied and allowed their JURISDICTION to have been usurped by politicians over the years....what makes you think the IPCA hasn't been "influenced" by those they feel they need serve?

..... Greg Tits Broad Bull apologist inaccuracies-touted-as fact Association Police own-worst-enemy pigshit fick 2-planks O'Connor (Oh Dear-Connor-does-it-AGAIN) Police best-interests-at-heart - not-bloody-likely undercover-officers sitting-pretty "Homer Simpson DOH!" while
....... tuff shit! credible? Commisioner's claim entire bus testimony little kids


Assemble as you will, it's only spin that disguises the truth, and spin never ever stands up to scrutiny or an overwhelming collective will however it manifests itself. Thankfully Sleepy Hobbits are gradually awakening

 
At 29/5/12 2:43 p.m., Blogger DebsisDead said...

George Gwaze's second acquittal today on racially motivated, trumped up murder charges should give us all pause to consider the independence of their allegedly objective institutions.

The NZ high court quashed Gwaze's original acquittal on this charge (Who knew that double jeopardy is not a feature of our justice system?) and Gwaze was retried on the same charges he had been previously found not guilty of.
A jury of 12 right-thinking NZ citizens found him not guilty yet again, but that need not neccessarily be the end of it.

The Crown persecution service could go back to the high court and get that verdict quashed and charge Gwaze yet again (if there's no double jeopardy there is no reason to suppose that there is a bar to the government n police obtaining triple jeopardy).
The difference third time round is that the crown could now seek to deny Gwaze access to trial by a jury of his peers.

So third time around he could be tried by by the same judge who threw Tame Iti in the slammer for two and half years on charges that most citizens normally cop a fine or community service for.

Remember Iti and co were denied a trial by jury despite their requesting it.

We have a police state here in NZ, the only reason citizens haven't yet woken up to this is that thus far the police have only shown kiwis a couple of glimpses of the steel fist beneath their english-copper style black leather gloves.
But if somethin akin to the 1980 rugby tour by racist jaapies thugs was perpetrated by a government wanting to do a Muldoon, ie distract the people from their incompetent economic performance by inciting civil unrest, we would get a terrifying reality where the true extent of unbridled police power & the inevitable corruption that results from insufficient regulation of these powers, became obvious to all. And there wouldn't be a damn thing any kiwi could do to put that horror back in its bottle.

 
At 29/5/12 2:44 p.m., Blogger DebsisDead said...

George Gwaze's second acquittal today on racially motivated, trumped up morder charges should give all kiwis pause about the independence of their allegedly objective institutions.
The NZ high court quashed Gwaze's original acquittal on this charge (Who knew that double jeopardy is not a feature of our justice system?) and Gwaze was retried on the same charges he had been previously found not guilty of.
A jury of 12 right-thinking NZ citizens found him not guilty yet again, but that need not neccessarily be the end of it.

The Crown persecution service could go back to the high court and get that conviction quashed and charge Gwaze yet again, the big difference the third tiume would be that the crown can now seek to deny Gwaze access to trial by a jury of his peers.
So third time around he could be tried by a judge such as the one whose kindly attitude towrds unwhite people may have been reflected in the judge's decision to throw Tame iti in the slammer for two and half years on charges that most citizens cop a fine or community service for.
Iti and co were denied a trial by jury despite requesting it.

 

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