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Tony Veitch – Don’t Give Up!! I Support You !!!

Filed under: General — Lukenz @ 7:53 pm Thu 23rd November 2017

A few days ago Tony Veitch was the victim of a couple of female news reporters who voiced their own opinion re how upset they were about Tony getting a new Job at Sky TV.

These woman reporters forgot to report how much money Tony paid his ex girlfriend for compensation. They did not report what his ex girlfriends behavior was like that lead to him losing it. Therefore I see it as an unbalanced report because you did not report everything for viewers to make up their own minds. And on that point you never gave the readers an opportunity for comments. And even if you did you won’t publish this sort of comment just because it is against your opinion.

The sole reason for reporting in such a way was to have him fired from his new job at Sky TV or force him to resign. Today Tony resigned. Probably forced to.

How nasty can you get. The man was sentenced, he paid for his behavior. It would of taken great courage for him to get back into sports media. So you decided you would arrange things so he lost his job. The way forward is to help people manage their anger problems and not to boot them around until they are road kill. Especially when so much time has passed.


Tony Veitch is a human being and you are nasty and manipulative reporter to someone who is just trying to redeem himself.

And as for you SKY TV. You needn’t think you have rescued your failing business model by stepping on Tony. Netflix USA and other have taken over. All you have to offer is now sports. And that looks like you are losing that to new medias that operate on the internet.

I call on all remaining users of Sky TV to dump them. I think all shareholders of Sky TV should get out before Sky goes the same way as video rental stores.


  1. Lovely. Little raw perhaps, I’m always very mindful and try my best not to give them any more ammunition to be able to make further urology comments.
    I did not like this guy for years returning to sports after what he did. However over time and with the little learning I understood he paid for his fuck up. No excuses, what he did was wrong and should never ever happen. Although it does.
    He was charged, convicted and sentenced. And yes, according to all our laws he paid the price.
    TV presenters? Maybe they are also required to create drama and upset in an effort to boost more viewers.
    As for your comment on sky TV… Arriving here 21 years ago I was shocked with the poor quality and overpriced service sky TV offered.
    21 years later their service is still crap and still overpriced. I hope they did a deal with one of the other more modern providers because I am also in agreement here, their day is done. Goodbye sky TV you thieving useless shortsighted bubble heads.

    Comment by never give up — Thu 23rd November 2017 @ 10:41 pm

  2. Yes, we are seeing a reduction in forgiveness and instead an increase in vigilante, never-ending retributive violence towards men who have taken responsibility for their offending and served their punishment. We see little of this directed towards women who have committed offences.

    Comment by Ministry of Men's Affairs — Fri 24th November 2017 @ 9:42 am

  3. What did Tony Veitch do wrong today or is he being persecuted for yesterday?

    Which journalists are individually responsible for this hate crime or are their strings being pulled by other people?

    Comment by Downunder — Fri 24th November 2017 @ 3:10 pm

  4. Veitch was charged, convicted, did his time. So the female news reporters (and many others) really have an issue with his sentencing/judicial system. And why wasn’t a fuss made when he was working on national radio? Their reaction verges on the hysterical and yet they are listened to!?
    What he did, several years ago, was heinous but as I understand it he served his full sentence and wrote what seemed a genuine apology. Why haven’t these same women spoken out at the very lenient sentences received by those responsible for the death of Steven Dudley, Jo Pert, Blessie Gotingco, Norman Kingi, Arun Kumar……..

    Comment by Miles 64 — Fri 29th December 2017 @ 11:02 pm

  5. My a My accuser a japanese woman whose first temporary PO was rejected by the Judge when she came with 10 years old boy as her support to the Court hearing in SEptember , a week ago applied for a second protection order without notice against me and she got it .

    When I applied for PO against her a months ago becasue she has been hell bnet on smearing my name at my work place and anyone willing to listen I got a PO but with notice. I enclosed two Affidavits of the people target of her smear campaign against me . She did not enclose any Affidavit or any proof .

    Hope will win again .By the way, she wrote that I am a lonely sociopath without any specifics /event why did she form such a opinion about me

    Comment by George — Wed 3rd January 2018 @ 12:10 am

  6. George #5
    I assume you are saying you have a live application for a Protection Order from a few months ago and that “your accuser” has applied without notice a second time and been successful.
    Her opinion of you being a loner or a sociopath are irrelevant to the issue. What a judge has found is that your actions (based on her affidavit evidence alone) amounts to one or more of physical, sexual, psychological or economic violence as defined by the Domestic Violence Act.
    Applicants for a without notice order must make full and frank disclosure of all matters including those that do not support their case. If, for example, she has failed to mention your live application before the Court then you have an excellent case under s34c Family Court Rules 2002 to have the temporary order granted to be rescinded.
    However I strongly suggest you do not discuss your case here on this public site while it is active in the Court.

    Comment by Allan Harvey — Thu 4th January 2018 @ 11:43 am

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