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PROTEST outside the Auckland High Court this Monday, 19 February

Posted by watchingcyfswatchnewzealand on February 18, 2007

Friday, 16 February 2007

Notice of Protest outside the Auckland High Court Monday, 19 February.


Please let as many as possible know:

PROTEST outside the Auckland High Court this Monday, 19 February,
9:30am – 11:30am.

In support of one of New Zealand’s very few truly worthy lawyers – Rob Moodie (formerly known as Miss Alice) – who has just been found guilty of Contempt of Court, suspended from practise and fined $5,000, basically, for publishing the truth. (Echoes of the Family Court… The TRUTH shall NOT be published.)

He published the “Butcher Report” which detailed the Army’s part in the collapse of the Berryman’s Bridge, evidence that was ruled “inadmissible” in their defence case.

In protest at what Moodie considered a cover up by the Old Boys Network, he later changed his name to Miss Alice (a la “Alice in Wonderland”) and attended court in a pretty woman’s dress – his protest at what he (and many of us) regard as a seriously corrupt system.

Because he’s on the same page as so many of us, we want to support him with this protest. Please come if you can, even if only for a few minutes.

This protest has the support of several groups and promises to be a worthwhile spectacle.

Who knows, someone might even get themselves arrested!

Be there!

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