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Key Told To Shut Up Over Worth

Posted by te2ataria on November 27, 2009

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Police Will Never Prosecute One of Their Own

Richard Worth could have raped every Korean woman in NZ, and commit incest with his daughter, but the ‘kiwi Don’ wouldn’t have been prosecuted.

National minister Richard Worth resigned in June this year after a Korean woman in her 40s complained to the police that he had forced himself on her and had sex without her consent.


Dr Worth was minister for Internal Affairs, Land Information, Archives New Zealand, and the National Library, and associate minister of Justice.

The woman who laid a complaint with police against Richard Worth says he invited her to Parliament, hosted her in his ministerial capacity then took her to a hotel room he had arranged for her where a sexual encounter took place.”

Another woman complained Worth had harassed her with multiple text messages and repeated phone calls, seeking sexual favors.

“Dr Worth was also accused by Labour leader Phil Goff [he is rumored to be the CIA Station Chief in New Zealand ] of having made unwanted advances to a Labour activist – Neelam Choudary – after offering her two jobs.”


Neelam Choudary. Image source: Flicker . Image may be subject to copyright.

Richard  Worth, who was until recently the chairman of the Korean-New Zealand business council, resigned as minister of internal affairs in early June.

In July the Korean businesswomen was forced to withdraw her complaint. According to a source, the Korean business community had decided to withdraw their support because Worth had already resigned, and the woman wasn’t a virgin teenager.

Is It True?

Could an Asian female climb to the top of political food chain without being sponsored by influential politicians (come members of the establishment) like Richard Worth?

There was even a more vicious rumor in high circles, also in July, about Melissa Lee, New Zealand’s first Korean MP. It was said that she would never have made it to the top of the political food chain without first sexually gratifying Richard Worth.


Melissa Lee: You think I’d tell you? My lips are sealed! (Photo by Hannah Johnston/Getty Images. Image may be subject to copyright)

What John Key said wasn’t what John Key did – or didn’t!

After Worth announced his resignation as a minister in June,  John Key (NZ Prime Minister) declared that he would have sacked Worth if he had not resigned.


John Key: I lied, what are you going to do about it? (Photo   Source: ODT. Image may be subject to copyright.)
“His conduct does not befit a minister, and I will not have him in my Cabinet,” Key said in June, clearly satisfied that Worth had done wrong!

Key said he would probably tell the nation why he had lost confidence in Worth, but he would wait until police completed its investigation.

Today, the head of the police inquiry into Worth complaint case, Detective Inspector Paul Basham [watch this guy climbing fast to the top of police corruption ladder,] said police had completed a “careful and thorough investigation into the matter,” overseen by  a senior CIB officer and assessed by police legal advisers.

And his sidekick added: “Having completed the investigation, the police have determined that there is no basis for proceeding with any criminal charge against Dr Worth.”

Slam, Bam, Thank you Mrs Korean businesswoman!

OK, Mr Key! Now will you tell us?

That question started off Key. Here’s his tirade:

“Had he stayed as a member of Parliament, you would have had a right to go over the entrails of that because he was a member of Parliament,” Mr Key told journalists at a press conference.

“He lost my confidence and that is the end of the matter as far as I am concerned.

“I am not going to comment on the details. He lost my confidence and that is enough. … I don’t think I need to explain.” [Why indeed, you’re the PM. Don’t let the public spoil that for you.]

Key added, since Worth was no longer involved with National caucus or part of the Executive, “and on that basis that is the chapter closed to that story and I am moving on.”

But what about your promise?

Look here, said PM John Key, the Cabinet Manual says nothing about giving reasons. [Just who the hell do you think you people are? Do you really thing you were the ones who elected me to Office?]

Then he calmed down somewhat and said:

“I think the New Zealand public do trust me to be, I think, a fair but reasonable person. [Being fair and being reasonable are NOT mutually exclusive. In fact the two go hand in hand!]

“When I saw information I felt I needed to act on, I acted.  [It that “Information” the public want to know, you dimwit. Are you going to reveal it or must the public… wait for you to write your post-politics memoir?]

“I am not going any further than to say he lost my confidence and I believe through the Richard Worth saga that I acted fairly, but firmly and swiftly.”

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New Zealand Judge F**s Up, Big Time!

Posted by te2ataria on November 27, 2009

Evil Road Rage Murderer Gets Only 4 Years and 10 Months for Killing Another Woman

That’s right, Cassandra Anderson would be released in just over 2 years from now. She, however, condemned her victim to a “life sentence without living.”

Justice Fogarty sentenced Anderson  to four years and 10 months in prison after she had pleaded guilty to the charge of  manslaughter.

Road Rage Anderson had rammed and tailgated another car driven by  Lenore Carr, 53, at high speed on a city street in September 2008.  Carr was killed when her car was forced out of the road and smashed into a tree.

“Anderson’s defence lawyer Bill Dawkins read a letter from Anderson saying she was sorry to all those who she had hurt and those who had suffered.” A report said.

Like hell she is sorry. Watch the evil cow doing it again as soon as she walks out of the prison door!

Earlier NZPA said:

More tragedy stalks family of road-rage victim

Nov 17, 2009   –
The brother and father of an Invercargill woman killed in a road-rage incident last year were also dead within 10 months, the High Court at Invercargill was told today.

Justice John Fogarty reserved his decision on what sentence to give Cassandra Mary Anderson, 24, for the manslaughter of Leone Carr. Anderson had earlier admitted the charge following a depositions hearing.

Mrs Carr, 53, died when her car and a car driven by Anderson ploughed into Queens Park in Invercargill at 3.30am on September 14, last year.

The court heard how Anderson rammed Mrs Carr’s vehicle at least twice and then continued to tailgate her for up to 1.5km. It was believed both cars were travelling at more than 100kmh in the seconds before the crash.

Mrs Carr’s sister Maureen Hammond told the court of the devastation the family had felt. Mrs Carr had been widowed eight years earlier, raising her two children then aged 9 and 13, on her own. In 2004 she and her daughter Anna had both enrolled to study for a nursing degree — they graduated together in 2007.

Mrs Hammond described how in January this year, just four months after Mrs Carr’s death, their brother Deane Shute was killed. He was crushed by a boulder as he worked alone on a farm.

Six months later, their father died.

“Dad lost two children in four months. He became frailer and frailer.” She said he was found dead in the kitchen of his Catlins home in June, having suffered a major heart attack.

“We believe he died of a broken heart.”

The family had struggled to deal with their loss.

“Cassandra Mary Anderson, through your choices, actions and inactions, you have caused us to lose those most close to us. `Why? Why? Why?”‘ Mrs Hammond asked.

Defence counsel Bill Dawkins said he could answer some of the family’s questions.

He told the court Anderson had left her Lyon St home that evening after her partner struck her in the face, splitting open her nose.

She returned to the house twice — once to look for her mobile phone and again a short time later to return her partner’s dog that she had found wandering up the street.

On the second occasion her partner had jumped onto the bonnet of her car as she reversed and then fell off. Anderson drove round the block and came back to check on him.

He wasn’t there so she continued to drive along Lyon St and turned left onto St Andrew St behind Mrs Carr. Within a short distance she rammed Mrs Carr’s vehicle at least twice before tailgating her at speed.

Justice Fogarty said he was struggling to determine an appropriate sentence for Anderson, although he made it clear she was facing more than two years’ jail. [Like hell he was!]

He reserved his decision hoping to release it by the end of the week. Anderson was remanded in custody. For copyright info click link:
http://nz.news.yahoo.com/a/-/mp/6482544/more-tragedy-stalks-family-of-road-rage-victim/

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