Criminal Investigation (2)
by Patrick O'Brien
“In New Zealand, police corruption is investigated by . . . the police.”
Regular readers of this Blog may recall that in 2007 I wrote to the Chief Justice of New Zealand, Dame Sian Elias, and confessed telling lies in court to obtain convictions against my targets while working as an undercover officer and agent-provocateur for the Crown. Following my confession, New Zealand police first held an “inquiry” — and now they’re conducting an “investigation”.
Yea, about that . . . here’s an update:
“It is not necessary to bury the truth. It is sufficient merely
to delay it until nobody cares.” ~ Napoléon Bonaparte