Using Barfoot and Thompson listings for dodgy registrations

With the naming of a Labour candidate, Daljit Singh, for charges of voter fraud and forgery, I thought it would be interesting to have a look at his listings.

I don’t think Barfoot and Thompson are going to be very happy with their star (for all the wrong reasons) salesman at Papatoetoe Branch.

One of the addresses under investigation for voter fraud also happens to be a listing of Daljit Singh’s. One wonders how many other Barfoot and Thompson listing across Auckland have likewise been used  for voter fraud, in what appears to be a concerted effort, particularly in Papatoetoe to influence an election result.

40a Swaffield Road, Papatoetoe (Google Maps Streetview) and the same property from Barfoot and Thompson’s website. (Don’t expect this link to work for very long, screenshot below)

Barfoot and Thompson Listing used by Daljit Singh for Voter Fraud?

Barfoot and Thompson Listing used by Daljit Singh for Voter Fraud?

If one has, surely there are others?

The Police are going to be very busy now matching listings from Barfoot’s and anyone even remotely connected to Daljit Singh and his alleged dodgy voter registration shenanigans.

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