Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Voting fraud in South Auckland

Details of the alleged crooks who have been engaging in voting fraud in South Auckland have been suppressed, in what is an unfortunate decision by the judge in Manukau today.

TVNZ's Kim Vinnell has covered the story. Click here for the article.

TV3's Duncan Garner has also covered the story. He has confirmed that one of the arrested people has links to Labour Mayoral candidate Len Brown.

I also heard on Newstalk ZB tonight that Labour Party President Andrew Little confirmed that one of the arrested people has links to the Labour Party.

(Update: Here's a screengrab of the photo that 3News' Duncan Garner had of Len Brown and the Labour linked alleged forger)



(update2: TVNZ related photo removed as it might be misinterpreted by some)

8 comments:

pdm said...

Most of us would have been surprised if these people had not been linked to the Labour Party.

Oswald Bastable said...

Goodness gracious me!

kehua said...

You could be fined $100,000 for this jigsaw.

Anonymous said...

the judge has no choice, if the defendant lodges an appeal to the decision to name, then AFAIK the judge must suppress until the appeal is heard

Hamish Collins said...

Kehua: Fair call. I have removed one photo.

FAIRFACTS MEDIA said...
This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.
Psycho Milt said...

Fairfacts Media: feel free to play games with name suppression orders on your own blog.

WAKE UP said...

A friend of mine wants to hear a comment from the Governor General, not on whether he's slimmed down or is still fat, but on a bunch of Indians trying to rig the recent local body election in Papataoetoe.