Chairman Fenton “Jon-Un” Wilson’s Kangaroo Court

Fenton "Jong-un" Wilson

Fenton “Jong-un” Wilson

Chairman of the extremely dodgy Hawkes Bay Regional Council Fenton “Jong-Un” Wilson is so hell bent on getting his dodgy socialist dam funded he has created a culture of fear in his council.

His latest trick is to run a Kangaroo Court to string up Councillor Tom Belford. “Jong-Un’s” minion and socialist doyen Cr Christine Scott has laid a complaint about Cr Belford’s activities outside of council.

Hawke’s Bay regional councillor Tom Belford is facing a formal council investigation after he claimed fellow councillors and senior council staff wanted the Ruataniwha dam built “at any cost”.

Mr Belford’s comment, in a blog post on his BayBuzz website, prompted a complaint from council deputy chairwoman Christine Scott that he had breached the
organisation’s code of conduct.

Mrs Scott says the post was offensive and misleading but Mr Belford is refusing to back away from the claim or apologise.

Regional Council chairman Fenton Wilson has determined there “may be a case to answer” and is asking the council to approve a process for dealing with the complaint.

If the council finds Mr Belford’s post did breach the code of conduct he could be censured but because of his junior status around the council table, it does not have the power to impose any punishment other than a formal telling-off.

Fenton “Jong-Un” Wilson is so dopey that he didn’t check to see whether his council had a code of conduct before laying into Cr Belford.

It didn’t, so he made it up as he went along.

The rules were in perfect North Korean tradition.

The accused had no rights to speak at any hearing to defend himself.

The accuser could speak freely. Justice would be done, as long as it was Fenton “Jong-Un” Wilson’s justice, and to hell with any legal precedent about letting the accused speak in their own defence.

 

– Hawkes Bay Today


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