Rodney not waiting for EC

Hide reports NZ First to policeAct leader Rodney Hide has laid a complaint with police over allegations New Zealand First broke the law when it failed to declare donations over $10,000 in 2007. The Electoral Commission was waiting to hear from New Zealand First… [NZ Herald Politics]

Rodney Hide isn’t waiting for the Electoral Commission to struggle its way towards a decision to refer Winston First to the police for breaches of the Electoral Act, he has gone and done it himself as he is entitled to under the law.

Bizarrely, Winston Raymond Peters, 63, List MP of no fixed abode is also now referring to himself in the third person displaying openly his classic Narcissistc Personality Disorder. This is the problem we face as kiwi’s, we are being led by two Classic NPD leaders who are vying against each other for control and New Zealand is caught between them. Even his press release is classic NPD.

New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters has described Rodney Hide’s complaint to police today as obsessive, compulsive, grandstanding behaviour.

Mr Peters said the complaint is a waste of time and is merely designed to attract attention.
“It will be obvious to even the meanest of minds that Winston Peters cannot be the subject of the complaint.
“The party intends to clarify some very simple issues giving rise to a misrepresentation in the public arena,” said Mr Peters.

If these matters were so simple for WRP, 63, LMPONFA to calrify it begs the obvious question; Then why hasn’t he?

  • Michael Ellis

    Could the Police do WP (or NZ First Officials) for:

    Section 116: Conspiring to defeat justice
    Every one is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 7 years who conspires to obstruct, prevent, pervert, or defeat the course of justice in New Zealand or the course of justice in an overseas jurisdiction.

    or

    Section 301: Conspiring to commit offence
    Subject to the provisions of subsection (2) of this section, every one who conspires with any person to commit any offence, or to do or omit, in any part of the world, anything of which the doing or omission in New Zealand would be an offence, is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 7 years if the maximum punishment for that offence exceeds 7 years’ imprisonment, and in any other case is liable to the same punishment as if he had committed that offence.

  • dad4justice

    The Police will ONLY do what the bent Aunty Helen tells them what to do. TAB paying evens , just ANOTHER whitewash, move along nothing to see here. How long can the corruption continue?

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