Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Veitch gets another kicking

Word must have slipped out that Tony Veitch is on the mend.

The police have released the file, laying out in excruciating detail what his spurned ex alleged. As this is the crown statement of facts none of it has been tested and the only part we can believe as fact is the section covering the "broke back evening". And then only because he plead guilty to try and end the nightmare.
I bet Veitch wishes he was a cop, if he had been it would have all been sorted

Quite why any of this needs to be aired is beyond this blogger. But on the bright side it may give National an undeserved respite from fat guts garner tonight.

20 comments:

Andrei said...

Funny how the OIA act works to kick tony Veitch but it hasn't been useful in getting to the bottom of how Nicky Hagar got Don Brash's E-mails.

Got any thoughts as to why?

KG said...

LOL! It's a mystery, Andrei.;-)

Anonymous said...

SAomeone needs a good kick in the back as i feel suicidel, damn whats her name the bitch,you know thwe one,before the rich bitch,the one i have married now , darn i should put the boot into both bitches,remember im veitciey i can do what i want, i will be back SUCKERS

DenMT said...

These are new facts in a case with clearly a good deal of public interest. Clearly newsworthy, and if Veitch is getting another 'kicking' then for my money it is well deserved. No crocodile tears from me, I'm afraid.

However I firmly back Andrei when he points up the failings in the Don Brash email investigation. Something really doesn't seem to add up there...

DenMT

Barnsley Bill said...

Thanks for commenting everybody.. Except the obvious one of course.

Den, they are not FACTS. They are allegations, untested and unproved. Made by a blackmailer!
And before any of you light up about supporting men who use violence against women( or vice versa). That is not the point of the post or the beliefs of the blogger.

DenMT said...

OK Barnsley, fair call. Fresh allegations, then, still absolutely newsworthy.

Furthermore, it was Veitch who approached Dunne-Powell with the cash offer - how does that make her a 'blackmailer'?

I don't reckon there is much point in relitigating all this stuff, but I find it pretty strange that you throw up your arms in horror that poor little victim Veitch is back in the media in the revelation of allegations of wider abuse.

If Dunne-Powell is NOT lying (and I assume in your rush to defend Veitch that you contend she is) then Veitch is a far nastier piece of work than we first thought.

DenMT

Barnsley Bill said...

Den, I am not defending Veitch. But I doubt very much that he offered the money. It was in my belief arm twisted out of him.
Occasionally some of us are in a position to know a little more about a story through friends and contacts than the media shows the public.
Sadly* this story is one of those times for me.
This particular story has done more to shatter my faith in the quality and integrity of the media and police in this country than any other.
I said sadly because I have a deep antipathy for Tony Veitch, I found him irritating on television and the couple of times I have been around him socially have felt an overpowering urge to either throw him in the harbour or slap that shit eating grin right off him.
To now be in a position of feeling sorry for him is not a pleasant experience. He was stitched up good and proper.

kehua said...

He needed stitching BB, you are not the only one privy to what the the little prick has been up to . Ever consider that she was not the first ? ...or for that matter the third......

Inventory2 said...

As I pointed out in my own blog-post (many hours before BB's), the contrast between the police files on Brash and Veitch could not be more marked. Anyone for a double standard?

Psycho Milt said...

"Funny how the OIA act works to kick tony Veitch but it hasn't been useful in getting to the bottom of how Nicky Hagar got Don Brash's E-mails.

Got any thoughts as to why?"

Yes. In Veitch's case there was actually a serious violent crime to investigate; in Brash's case, there wasn't anything to suggest a crime had even been committed. I expect the Police to approach those two situations with differing levels of seriousness.

Anonymous said...

"there wasn't anything to suggest a crime had even been committed."

Well apart from Don Brash saying his emails had been stolen.....I suspect what you are trying to say is " they havent worked out how they were stolen" but your lefty spin got the better of you.

Inventory2 said...

PM - if there "wasn't anything to suggest a crime had even been committed", why was the police file released to Brash so heavily censored? Surely, if there was no crime, there would have been nothing incriminating in the police file.

You can't have it both ways buddy!

dad4justice said...

Police integrity has been badly damaged by the corrupt Helen Klark feminazi regime.Police HQ is that rotten it's a just matter of time before they start to ferment.

Psycho Milt said...

"...why was the police file released to Brash so heavily censored?"

Perhaps the cops didn't think that a whole lot of stuff about security arrangements for the parliamentary email system and the Nat's offices should really be in the public domain?

Just a thought.

dad4justice said...

psycho - are the deplorable antics of Peter Davis in the public domain
(other than Hagley Park)??

Socrates said...

“Yes. In Veitch's case there was actually a serious violent crime to investigate; in Brash's case, there wasn't anything to suggest a crime had even been committed. I expect the Police to approach those two situations with differing levels of seriousness.”
I can’t agree with you there. In both cases an allegation of a crime was placed before the police… The police should treat all allegations with due seriousness and process.
As to the thrust of this post, I don’t think Veitch’s case should have been released [It really looks like someone is really trying to get him] and he has a temporary injunction out now. As to the Brash case, again I don’t see why it should be released generally either, however I do think that the complainant has the right to a know fully why and under what reasoning the police believe no crime has been committed.
“Perhaps the cops didn't think that a whole lot of stuff about security arrangements for the parliamentary email system and the Nat's offices should really be in the public domain?”
I am sure any number of people could release that information… I don’t think that Brash would release anything that could impinge on security matters…

simond said...

Dunne-Powell's accusations were all hear say. Its her words against Tony. I wouldn't be surprised if Dunne-Powell claimed that she was a drinking buddy of Laniet Bain (David Bain's sister) in the 1990s. What's this hypothetical claim got to do with the Tony Veitch's case? Well they're all hearsays where anyone can accused someone easily by making false allegations or remembering events that never happened.

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Barnsley Bill said...

That was a first. I have just deleted what is probably the most vile comment I have ever seen at this blog.
Why are the worst/ most stupid/ vile/ illiterate/ disgusting comments always left by anonymous commenter's?
What are you frightened of? Worried that we might contact your mum and ask her to remove your computer privileges?

Anonymous said...

get over it Barnsley,(ie NASTY) its a hard world out there and the wimp back kicker V is a good target ps the truth hurts, ha ha