Sunday, November 22, 2009

Adolf Agrees With The Union

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.

3 comments:

KG said...

"There are many more questions to be asked about this extraodinary orwellian and totalitarian episode."

You bet there are! This is bloody monstrous and totally unacceptable. The police effectively acting as agents for the employer and trashing the employees right to privacy should cause some heads to roll.

pdm said...

It's just the way Helen wanted - there are some in the Police who don't realise she is not the Prime Minister anymore. Broad might even be one of them.

Go get them Judith!!!!

Lucy said...

This is so very very wrong.