Hubbard Support Team calls for Feeley’s dismissal

The Hubbard Support Team has issued a press release calling for Fiver Finger Feeley’s dismissal from the SFO. The letter/press release was addressed to Judith Collins, Chris Finlayson (Attorney General) and Tony Bouchier (President Criminal Bar Association):

Recently we were made aware that at the December 2010 Serious Fraud Office Xmas Party, Adam Feeley as Chief Executive of the SFO, purchased books to give out as ‘investigation booby prize’ awards at the function.

The ‘booby prize’ books purchased by Feeley were ‘Allan Hubbard –A Man Out of Time’ by Virginia Green,

That Feeley deliberately chose this book to give out as investigator’s ‘booby prizes’ shows a complete lack of professional conduct, which is even more appalling and disgraceful that it occurred while the SFO was still in the middle of conducting a Serious Fraud investigation into the affairs of Allan Hubbard.   The investigation was not concluded for a further six months.

Feeley’s conduct in purchasing this book and awarding it as investigators ‘booby prize’, while the SFO investigation was ongoing, shows he held a deep seated attitude and underlying contempt towards Allan Hubbard.

We believe the investigation by the SFO into the affairs of Allan Hubbard was biased and tainted from the beginning, and Feeley’s actions at the SFO Xmas party further  confirm this.

While the charges made against Allan Hubbard, no longer stand, we believe due to the biased conduct of the head of the SFO, Adam Feeley, and the lack of integrity he has showed towards Allan Hubbard, the investigation should be declared null and void, and a full apology should be given to the Hubbard family.

Adam Feeley has showed a complete lack of integrity for the position that he holds, and we hereby believe after the ‘booby prize’ incident, and also his recent conduct with the Bridgecorp Wine affair, he is no longer fit to hold any position within the SFO if it is to maintain any credibility in the future.

It is our belief that Feeley should be dismissed for improper conduct immediately.

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