Amy Adams was told months ago about the problem of Kiwi ratbags being deported from Australia, yet sat on her hands doing nothing.
As a result parliament is now having to rush through urgent legislation to deal with Labour’s rapist and murderer mates.
The Government is rushing through an urgent law change to put protections in place before convicted Kiwi criminals arrive here from Australia later this week.
They’re arriving on a charter flight because the the Australian government says they are too dangerous to fly commercially.
Today, a last-minute law to protect New Zealanders was introduced, but 3 News can reveal the Government was warned of “high risk” to the public nine months ago.
“We’ve got Con Air arriving on Thursday and here we are ramming this legislation through so we can have some sort of protection for New Zealanders,” says Labour MP David Shearer. Read more »