Finally! Labour candidate finally makes court for electoral fraud

In the 2010 elections Labour candidate Daljit Singh was arrested for mass voter fraud…it has taken over 3 years to get this to court, in the meantime we have had another local body election.

Just days after the 2013 Auckland local elections, eight men are set to stand trial over alleged electoral fraud during the previous vote.

Unsuccessful 2010 Otara-Papatoetoe local board Labour Party candidate Daljit Singh was among eight men charged with using forged documents in connection with the 2010 elections.

The police investigation was launched after more than 300 people were removed from the electoral roll leading up to the election due to irregularities.

It was reported that 48 people were living at one address. 

Singh and his co-accused Gurinder Atwal, Davinder Singh, Mandeep Singh, Virender Singh, Paramjit Singh, Malkeet Singh and Harmesh Singh were due to have their trial at District Court level last year but it was shifted to the High Court due to public interest in the case.

The trial before Justice Woolford is scheduled for six weeks.

There are still more than 30 cases referred to Police of Electoral Act offences int he 2011 general election. The Police have been tardy in the extreme, with not a single person either being investigated or charged.I’ve said repeatedly, if election laws aren;t enforced then why even bother with them.

If I was a candidate I’d be tempted to break them just to prove what an ass the law and enforcement has become. Labour already does this, they know they will never be held to account.

 


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  • johnbronkhorst

    Now for the rest of the labour party membership…especially the affiliate unions!!!

  • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

    Nothing will come out of this. Moving on….

    • Bunswalla

      Yes, I agree it will be a tough one to crack. After all, they’re all Singhing from the same song-sheet.

      • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

        Yes Mr Bunswalla , the same singh-sheet indeed….

  • cows4me

    Where’s the condemnation from the Labia Party, I of course won’t hold my breath. The only thing the commie pricks will be upset about is not getting away with it.

    • Patrick

      Did they condemn a Labour Party MP who used his position to exploit immigrant labour for his own personal gain? Even after said MP ended up doing jail time? Or did they just blame it all on a media beat up, misunderstanding & right wing conspiracies?

  • Patrick

    Why does it take over three years for a case to come before the courts? I wouldn’t have thought this case was overly complex in terms of the investigation required. This little piece of dodginess by Labour should have been before the courts & wrapped up within a few months of it happening.
    The Coroners court is similar, it is taking years for cases to wind their way through the courts, evidence, memories, are lost, witnesses die. The whole thing is a shambles that a third world country would be embarrassed by.

    • johnbronkhorst

      Deliberate delays to avoid important elections. Scandal that may stick to labour and their affiliates/ supporters, such dalziel and little lennie may have effected 2 mayoralty races.

      • Patrick

        Quite possibly JBK but the entire court system is moving slower than snails pace. Cannot wait for J Collins’ jackboot to disappear up the arses of those dragging the chain in the judicial process. I bet most countries have a quicker clearance rate than NZ.

  • Col

    Cheeky darky, now where did I hear that from.
    Throw the book at him.

  • kehua

    HA , a choir of crooks haha.

    • AnonWgtn

      A choir of Singh’d crooks

  • PhantomsDoc

    Cam, you know as well as the rest of us:

    If you ran and printed the Government Logo in slightly the wrong shade the police would have you up on charges (after the dawn raid) and all over the new media before the ink dried.

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