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(Open Letter to the Minister of Police)

Dear Anne Tolley,

The Power of the Police to Refuse to Investigate (follow-up)

As I informed you in my letter of 12 November 2013, in October 2012, I was assaulted and phoned 111. Because I could hear the people around me (most of whom appeared to know each other) telling a story which was radically different from the true facts, I told the Police that there was a conspiracy to commit perjury.

The Police refused to investigate my allegation, and arrested me and charged me with Disorderly Behaviour and Assault, on the basis of the story that these other people were telling. Such objective evidence as is available fits in with my version of events, rather than theirs. The Independent Police Complaints Authority tell me that they have no jurisdiction to compel the Police to investigate a matter. Since then, I have been convicted and sentenced in this matter, but I am considering an appeal or judicial review.

You passed my letter of 12 November 2013 on to the Police, but it was not until about nine phone calls on my part and almost three months' waiting that I received a phone call from Inspector Gordon Crawley, who said he was looking into the matter. I provided him with what I hoped was helpful information.

On 3rd March 2014, I asked him what his terms of reference were, and he answered that they were my letter to you. However, on that same day, when I asked him if he was investigating my claim of a conspiracy, he smothered a laugh and said "Not so much a conspiracy." It turned out that he had just assigned a Senior Sergeant to conduct an ordinary review of the case (such as has to be done anyway), and had to all intents and purposes ignored my letter.

I enclose a copy of his letter to me dated 11 March 2013. The Senior Sergeant could find nothing in the evidence already to hand which indicated collusion (a conspiracy). In fact, there is such evidence, but the point is that the main aim of any such conspiracy would have been to CONCEAL the fact that there had been a conspiracy. That is why I wanted the police actively to investigate my claim of a conspiracy. They have not done that.

A "conspiracy" (Concise Oxford Dictionary) is "a secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful." Inspector Crawley seems to be afraid of the word "conspiracy" and prefers the word "collusion", but you -- as a politician -- are certainly aware that politics is an arena which is full of actual or suspected conspiracies. I suppose Inspector Crawley thinks that 9/11 was an accident! As soon as the second airplane crashed into the second tower (and I was watching it live), everyone knew that it was a conspiracy. Of course, in 9/11, the conspirators had no intention of keeping the fact of the conspiracy secret after it had happened. My case is different, since the matter was destined for a courtroom.

There are so many women's groups in New Zealand that the Ministry of Women's Affairs had to publish a booklet simply listing them. It is simply lunatic to assume that none of these groups have the legal knowledge to convince police officers etc. that some colluding witnesses have not, in fact, colluded. For example, there is an organisation called "Women In Law" (which may or may not be listed in the above-mentioned booklet).

I request that you intervene in this case of obvious negligence by the police, who are not intellectually competent simply to write off one avenue of investigation on the grounds that there is no such thing as a conspiracy.

See also:

Scum-Police Deliberately Prosecute Innocent Man.

Defences Against Conspiracies to Commit Perjury

The Monkey Police

Tranz Metro railway Discrimination and Cultural Lesbianism

Court Female Supremacism and Rule by Television

New Zealand Police v Peter Douglas Zohrab -- District Court Judgment and High Court & Court of Appeal Appeal Judgments



Peter Douglas Zohrab

Latest Update

14 March 2016