Yesterday Kelvin Davis performed yet another hit job on Serco, alleging that there were corrupt prison officers delivering contraband to the scumbags in jail.
Paul Henry challenged him to front, so did Judith Collins…but he has failed to deliver up evidence and now the problem is in the hands of Police.
Kelvin Davis “is playing a game” and risks attracting the attention of “violent” criminals, Corrections Minister Judith Collins has warned.
The Labour MP on Thursday alleged a small number of Corrections officers in Auckland are taking bribes and sneaking cigarettes to inmates. He provided Newshub with a recording of a conversation between himself and a family member on the outside, explaining how the smuggling operation runs.
Mr Davis promised to give all the evidence he had to Ms Collins.
“About six o’clock last night he sent through what he said was a transcript,” Ms Collins told Paul Henry on Friday morning.
“Yesterday I spoke to the Corrections chief executive Ray Smith, and Ray and I talked about this, and Ray decided to send this straight away to police because it’s evidence of bribery and corruption — well, it’s an allegation of it.”
Ms Collins appears to not have read the transcript Mr Davis gave her, saying she didn’t know what was in it.
She says Mr Davis hasn’t given her any names, nor the recording of the conversation he had with the whistleblower. Read more »