Stuart Nash, MP for Napier, is seen by some as one of the few 'good guys' in the Labour Party. There is ongoing speculation that he is disillusioned with the little man's leadership and is being wooed by Winston First to jump ship.
Be that as it may Nash does his own credibility no good at all when, having given up on trying to land a blow on Judith Collins, he opens up on the Police's Eastern District Commander in the full and certain knowledge that she can't answer back. The result ... a letter of complaint from National Police Headquarters to the Leader of the Labour Party who at least recognized that Nash was way out of line and told him to pull his head in and confine his battles to the debating chamber
Attacking someone who cannot fight back is cowardly. To do that to a woman is cowardly2. Never thought Nash was a coward but perhaps I'm going to have to rethink that opinion.