Mallard chastises Mercury over 'no surprises' policy

Mallard chastises Mercury over 'no surprises' policyMercury Energy has again been rapped over the knuckles by State Owned Enterprises Minister Trevor Mallard for its handling of the death of south Auckland woman Folole Muliaga.The 44-year-old mother of four, who used an oxygen… [NZ Politics]

mallard the bully-boy gets slapped around at the Select Committee and so reacts in his typical way by lashing out. I would have thought he would've shut up now the facts are emerging about the fat slug's assisted suicide. He should hang his head in shame or do what he constantly called for after Cave Creek and resign after a government department killed someone. It is one or the other Trevor. Either Mercury is blameless or at fault. If at fault then go you should.  

Of course the buck will stop some way short of Mallard, probably in the vicinity of the Might River Power Board labour lackey Chairperson. Of course the buck should stop with fatty's two kids Dumb and Dumber for not calling an ambulance for at the very least attempting to lever her immense form over to the neighbours until they could get the power on for the fourth time in recent memory.

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