Unscrupulous deception was endemic in Maritime New Zealand & Crown Law, Meredith Connell Auckland
Arthur Thomas Case Comparison With Maritime NZ v Bolton Case
Sir Peter Williams QC in his recent book “The Dwarf who Moved” concludes his chapter “The Planted Shell Case”
written in defence of wrongly convicted Arthur Allen Thomas.
“It has become the precedent frequently used by defence lawyers to
illustrate how it has been conclusively proved that on occasions
both the police and the DSIR, with tunnel vision, can stoop
to unscrupulous deception to try to nail a particular accused.”
The Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR) is a now defunct government science agency in New Zealand, founded in 1926 and disbanded in 1992.
The Police and Maritime New Zealand are State Services as was the DSIR in its time.
State Services are bound by –
A code of conduct issued by the State Services Commissioner
under the State Sector Act 1988, section 57
Standards of Integrity & Conduct (Abbreviated)
WE MUST BE
FAIR – treat everyone fairly and with respect
IMPARTIAL – – carry out the functions of our organisation, unaffected by our personal beliefs.
RESPONSIBLE – act lawfully and objectively
TRUSTWORTHY – be honest
Every State servant has a part to play in acting with integrity to maintain New Zealanders’ confidence in the State Services. New Zealanders expect that State servants will behave ethically, and be conscientious and competent in their work.
Unscrupulous deception was endemic in both Maritime New Zealand & Crown Law, Meredith Connell Auckland – highlighted in the Case they fabricated to wrongly convict Bolton, the innocent Skipper of yacht Classique.
Maritime NZ employed a purported expert witness, Barry Young to dishonestly deny basic navigational principles & all evidence that Bolton was not guilty.
Mark Davies, Crown Law allowed a navigationally challenged Judge Davis to be willfully mislead instead of having TAIC notified.
M Pigneguy, pigheaded claimant, blatantly lied with impunity.
Link for Seeing, Signing & Sharing Petition – http://maritimenz.com/AnnulConvictionGainedByAbuseOfCourtProcess