Here's a very disturbing case.
Adolf heartily agrees with EPMU president Andrew Little.
What an earth gives the police the right to ask a person who his or her employer is in the first place, let alone trot off and dob in an employee for an offense?
What would they have done if a clever lawyer had successfully defended her case?
By what bizarre twist of bureaucratic chicanery can an employer demand under the OIA the hitherto confidential name of a person charged?
There are many more questions to be asked about this extraodinary orwellian and totalitarian episode.
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