Miscarriage Of Justice Commission
So retired, Justice Thorpe believes a miscarriage of justice commission should be formed.
Oh yes. Let’s add yet another layer of bureaucracy to an already bureaucratic nightmare.
Precisely how does Thorpe J (retired) expect this ‘commission’ to operate? Will it accept jurisprudence being thrown out in favour of soome ‘other’ measuring process?
For christs sakes, we don’t have a proper measuring process within the halls of current jurisprudence,ergo, the FC.
No, Thorpe J. With the greatest respect we simply want jurisprudence Where allegations must be tested to the very minimum level of a Civil Court test BEFORE any interim or permanent orders are made in the FC.
We demand all Substantive hearings are heard within the statutory 60-days.
We request and require that all allegations are filed as a formal complaint with the New Zealand Police.
We request the preparedness of the police to determine the rectitude such complaint. And in the event the police find insufficient evidence to prosecute, then the allegation is treated as a nullity.
And please, Thorpe J. Do not attempt to assert the test of allegations in the Fc ‘must’ be low for the safety and well-being of the children.
The total lack of sensible test in the FC is the very cause of misery caused to so many children. For example, the 300,000 children currently bereft of a father.