The other day I blogged about a disgusting tweet by a Department of Conservation employee about John Key’s daughter Stephanie, after Kim Dotcom started with all the creepiness.
I challenged Andrew Gall on Twitter about it and he justified his position. He first claimed that he was a follower of mine, I asked him about his disgusting attack on Stephanie Key, his reply and my final comment are below.
@AndoNZ I wonder what you would think if someone suggested they come around and rape your daughter?
— Whaleoil (@Whaleoil) August 28, 2013
At least he can’t now deny his account was hacked. He admitted to sending the tweet by justifying it. However it now seems Andrew Gall is in a spot of bother now.
I refer readers to some correspondence that has come my way.
Comment: For Director General
You are no doubt aware by now of the actions of your employee, Mr Andrew Gull, System Support Administrator, in his tweet to Kim Dotcom where he volunteered his services to f**k the daughter of John Key and send a video of it to the Prime Minister.
You may be aware that such action may constitute an offence under Section 66 of the Crimes Act 1961.
You will certainly be aware that such conduct is not in keeping with the State Services Code of Conduct for Public Servants.
Would you please advise the action being taken by your Department in this matter.
The Director General of Conservation responds:
Sent: Friday, August 30, 2013 9:53 AM
Subject: DOC General Enquiry
Thank you for your email [REDACTED]
Please be assured that DOC is aware of this issue and is treating the matter very seriously.
A DOC employee was stood down from his position yesterday afternoon, pending a full investigation.
As this issue is an employment matter, DOC is unable to comment further until the investigation and any actions following on from this process are completed.
Department of Conservation.