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Thread: Caseload: What's afoot* at police watchdog?

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    Caseload: What's afoot* at police watchdog?

    Is there a spanner in the works over the appointment of members of Sir David "Budgie" Carruthers' Independent Police Conduct Authority (IPCA)???Insiders claim the re-appointment of IPCA members Angela Hauk-Willis and Dianne Macaskill...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoda View Post
    Dobson J issued an order dismissing the application against his "own" decision....Did the Judicial Conduct Commissioner do anything on the complaint against Dobson J? None.

    This is the reality of New Zealand, which is not reported by New Zealand Herald.
    YODA: You have already been advised that in NZ Judges always consider a Recall of their own decision, unless they are dead, retired or have resigned. Stop being stupid by suggesting Dobson did something our of the ordinary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoda View Post
    No, I don't think so.
    Check precedents and see it for yourself.
    That is the precedents, no different to the consideration of "Recusal". Absolutely wrong in logic and common sense, but that is the legal precedence the Courts follow. It is based on the assumption that all judges have unquestionable integrity that they will have an open mind to the issue they are considering (Recall or Recusal). Which is off course in invalid assumption for many NZ judges and all judges know such an assumption is absolute bullshit when applied to those judges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoda View Post
    Dobson J was informed that he did not follow the Human Rights Act 1993 when he made the challenged decision...

    Basically, New Zealand is a rogue state with state-sponsored organised financial crimes, and the Judiciary (judges) are the integral part of the organised crimes in New Zealand...
    YODA: Your issue with Dobson's original decision is an appeal point, not a Recall issue. The judge is 100% correct, if he recorded the material facts correctly in his Recall decision.

    As to the "rogue state", I think we generally agree with you (by what others have experienced), irrespective of you being wrong on most of your claims.


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