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?
‚ÄĒ 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.