Henry Alfred Goolsbee reminds government officials in New Zealand that: “Every one is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 7 years who conspires to obstruct, prevent, pervert, or defeat the course of justice in New Zealand or the course of justice in an overseas jurisdiction.”
The Office of Numerous New Zealand Ministers (including but not limited to those pictured herein) were notified of the numerous ongoing miscarriages of justice including Henry Alfred Goolsbee’s wrongful arrest and wrongful imprisonment.
The ministers all chose to ignore Goolsbee’s (and other’s) plight.
Further investigations indicates that many people in New Zealand share Goolsbee’s opinion and believe that these and other cohorts are involved in countless corrupt and inappropriate activities that are Unbecoming of a Government and Ministerial Officer.
These Ministers should all be investigated (in exquisite detail) for numerous instances of inappropriate behavior, involving many individuals who have likewise wrongfully been accused and convicted.
The usual procedure is to pass-off issues that require urgent attention to other officials and ministers, like a game of musical chairs…
The usual procedure is to pass-off issues that require urgent attention to other officials and ministers, like a game of musical chairs, in an effort to wear down the resolve of individuals making legitimate complaints. They waste the time, energy and financial resources of the victims in hopes that they will become exhausted and give-up on the complaints procedure.
When complainants follow through the most common trick is to find some rule to dismiss the complaint.
When complainants follow through, up to the highest levels (in an effort to escape the hamster-wheels of government-created marry-go-rounds), the most common trick of government officials, is to find some rule to dismiss the complaints, regardless of how critical or severe the matters might be.
Then the judiciary takes over and proceeds to further exhaust and frustrate the victim, protecting the unsavory government officials with endless rounds of bogus court proceedings.
If a complainant perseveres, the judiciary takes over and proceeds to further exhaust and frustrate the victim, protecting the unsavory government officials with endless rounds of bogus court proceedings. As many now believe, these mock trials and other court proceedings as intended to create and foster the facade that New Zealand’s government is not engaged in corrupt and despicable behavior. However, there are tens of thousands of citizens from around the world including tens of thousands New Zealanders who heartily agree with this point of view. Goolsbee has accumulated sufficient evidence to confidently assert that the collusion between various New Zealand government officials is tantamount to “Crimes Against Humanity,” and criminal activity under the Crimes Act of New Zealand including but not limited to Section 116.
116 Conspiring to defeat justice
Every one is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 7 years who conspires to obstruct, prevent, pervert, or defeat the course of justice in New Zealand or the course of justice in an overseas jurisdiction.
Compare: 1908 No 32 s 137
Section 116: amended, on 18 June 2002, by section 6(1) of the Crimes Amendment Act 2002 (2002 No 20).
Never let it be said that biased and irresponsible reporters didn’t contribute to the false and misleading statements which continue to cause harm to Goolsbee and his children and extended family members.
Is Sally Kidson, Nelson Mail reporter an irresponsible and negligent journalist?
Many might share Goolsbee’s opinion that she is a mere puppet of the corruption that plagues New Zealand government.
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