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Who Killed My Girl.

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 12:04 am Mon 26th September 2005

Cindy Kiro
Children’s Commissioner
New Zealand.

25 September 2005.

Open Letter.

Quoting Herald on Sunday:Who Killed My Girl.

Children’s Commissioner Dr Cindy Kiro conceded yesterday she had few clues about why the problem (child murder) was so bad. One of the issues was that people did not realise how serious the problem was.

Dear Ms Kiro,

The only thing you have going for you at this point is that you didn’t mention section 59 of the Crimes Act, beyond that your duplicity is a betrayal, not only of the integrity of your office but of every child that dies during your tenure.

If we had tolerated the arrogance and stupidity of your predecessor, Fathers day would by now be national abuse day. I would happily defend the intelligence of the NZ public, and our well informed position any time you can rise above your position of ignorance to accept the challenge.

When you can put the lives of children above the subjective truths of your ideology, you might do justice to your position. You know what the issues are as well as the any of us, and so you should. The tax payer does not take kindly to funding the lazy and the incompetent, and I am not prepared to let you hide behind any form of pretence.

If you are not up to the challenge of the position your immediate resignation would be an acceptable alternative.

Bevan Berg.

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