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Corrupt Judges Ought to Be Hanged …

Posted by te2ataria on January 19, 2010

Title suggested and some of the material provided by a pakeha in Europe

Corrupt judges ought to be hanged by their private parts, or surgically prevented from perpetuating the “corruption gene”

“I represent the Crown, you be the Court Clown and together we’ll hump the wool growers to their eyeballs. God knows they deserve it only too well for what they do to the poor animals.”

Justice Bill [Willy] Wilson, and two of his co-conspirator judges in the Court of Appeal  overturned a High Court decision in 2007 thus preventing a group of wool growers to share the former Wool Board’s financial reserves.

The Wool Board was represented by, you guessed it,  Justice Wilson’s buddy, ***** and business partner, Alan Galbraith QC, a Rhodes Scholar.

[NOTE: NZPA, New Zealand’s unofficial government propaganda mouthpiece and one of the bodies responsible for news censorship in the country,  carefully removed the QC title from the crooked lawyer’s name in the report, presumably to not embarrass Prince William, on his way out of NZ.]

Alan Galbraith QC, the Rhodes Scholar AND Justice Bill [Billy] Wilson [also a QC] co-owned a plot of Maori land in Waikato and breed horses together. [They do other things together, too, but that’s for another time.]

“At the time of the ruling, Justice Wilson was reportedly indirectly financially indebted to Mr Galbraith.” NZPA said.

A North Canterbury wool grower, Peter Radford, has since  complained that Justice Wilson ruling in the case was biased.

“He was yesterday interviewed by Commissioner Sir David [spinach, or was it misspelled esp****age?] Gasgoigne and former Australian High Court chief judge Murray Gleeson,” the Dominion Post reported.

[Anyone knows why we need a former Australian High Court chief judge, other than for the obvious reasons?]

Mr Radford and his lawyer, Sue Grey, who was also interviewed said the three hour “detailed questioning” was very encouraging.

“The commission can dismiss the complaint, refer it to [American-hater]  [Oops! The old dragon beckons. No chance matey!] or ask the attorney-general to set up an inquiry panel.”

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