A call for civil (servant) obedience

People from the Crown Law Office have been reading this blog. Specifically they have been reading State rapes former Barnardos counsellor.

It’s not clear whether the Crown Law Office want the blog post taken down or whether they just intend to use its existence to try and deprive Johan (the former Barnardos’ counsellor) of his relentless advocate. I won’t explain more because an explanation might breach a suppression order (I think sometimes suppression orders are deliberately vague and not made in good faith).

You can read more about this on Chris Wingate’s blog.

I think it’s fitting to pay tribute to Johan’s relentless advocate Robert Lee who has spent thousands of hours at his own expense fighting for justice for Johan…

A message to those at the Crown Law Office –
You serve the Crown (the Queen) and she took an oath to cause Law and Justice, in Mercy, to be executed in all her judgements

Presumably you all took an oath similar to the following…

“I, [name], swear that I will well and truly serve Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, Her heirs and successors, according to law, in the office of []; and I will do right to all manner of people after the laws and usages of New Zealand without fear or favour, affection or ill will. So help me God.”

To truly serve the Crown and do your duty you need to betray your colleagues that defy the Law and cause injustice.

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12 Responses to A call for civil (servant) obedience

  1. Richard says:

    Reed, has the Crown Law Office asked you directly to take down your State rapes former Barnardos counsellor blog post?

  2. reed says:

    No – they asked Rob/Johan to act for them and contact me. Very strange.

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  4. reed says:

    Mark

    FYI: I wrote this one.

    You are free to use anything I write.

  5. OOPS!

    Sorry.

    Will render proper credit.

    And thanks. 🙂

  6. Your first name is Daniel, right?

  7. reed says:

    My name is Reed Robinson.

  8. reed says:

    I prefer to just be called “Reed”.

  9. Richard says:

    I added a section called “Syndication” to the right-hand sidebar. 🙂

  10. Reed: understood. I don’t know why I thought your name was Dan…hm.

    Richard: right on, brother!

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