They seem to have been totally ignored.
In these new papers we see a Judith Collins who wasn’t just being talked up by Cameron Slater, we see a Minister who was furious that Adam Feeley had supposedly upstaged her…
Former Justice Minister Judith Collins described a champagne stunt by fraud watchdog Adam Feeley as an “utter disaster” that threatened to overshadow the Government at a crucial time, newly released documents show.
They also reveal that Mr Feeley believed Ms Collins had overreacted when the then Serious Fraud Office boss was found to have celebrated charges against Bridgecorp with champagne taken from its offices.
An inquiry by High Court judge Lester Chisholm, which published its report in November, found no evidence that Ms Collins had attempted to undermine Mr Feeley when she was Police Minister in 2011.
Collins would have us believe that Slater was just lying when he claimed she was gunning for Feely, yet here we have her admitting she was angry.
The fact is that this inquiry into Judith’s role in an attempt to smear and attack the head of the Serious Fraud Office was a whitewash from the beginning.
Not every witness was called, the most damning evidence was ignored, who Slater was working for to undermine the SFO boss was never answered and the Police investigation into the issue was mysteriously shelved.
It simply astounds me that abuses of power this huge can just be accepted by the NZ electorate. We ripped Helen Clark to pieces for signing a painting she didn’t paint, far right bloggers were colluding with ‘others’ and talking to the Minister of Justice while plotting to take out the head of the SFO.
And this doesn’t apparently disgust the majority of voters.
Wow. Just. Wow.