Is the boss of the Police Association snorting powders from the evidence locker?

 

Predictably the idiot running the Police Association has come out against Paula Bennett’s findings.

Police Minister Paula Bennett has put the public and front-line police officers in danger after rejecting recommendations to tighten firearm controls, the Police Association says.

Association president Chris Cahill said Bennett had rejected every meaningful recommendation put forward by the Law and Order Select Committee, and had “appeared to bow to the pressure of the gun lobby”.

“The Minister’s concern about over the top rules and restrictions on hunters and shooters ignores the reality that New Zealand is awash with firearms and the majority of them are stolen.

Oh really?

The majority of firearms are stolen?

Well, the first question Cahill might like to answer is why aren’t the Police following up burglaries then?

Followed by asking him to prove his demonstrably false claims that the majority of firearms in NZ are stolen.

Chris Cahill is a bullshit artist and a liar.

He really needs to prove those allegations or he should shut the fuck up. It is people like him that lead to dropping confidence in the Police. Him and people like the Wellington anti-drinking Police brigade agitating against legal liquor outlets.

If Police are increasingly worried about illegal firearms then how about they start doing what they are paid to do and start doing some basic police work like following up on burglaries. If they do nothing else than prioritise solving burglaries where firearms were stolen then they would go a long way to helping resolve the situation instead of trying to criminalise legitimate firearms owners.

Perhaps he should join the two fools at PNHQ who are getting reamed.

 

-NZ Herald


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