Clause 8. Can’t present previous sexual experiences with the person who claims they were raped. Clause 14. Defence to present a year before the trial. As you may be aware it is the inconsistencies between statements that finds if she is not telling the truth. The complainant could get to discuss their answer with the […]
Many have questioned, “How will bringing the Australian Family Court into the Federal Closed Circuit Court make a difference?” It is becoming clearer the difference is wiping the Family Court rules and replacing them with the Closed Circuit Court rules. To that end Australian Family Court Judges are to be retrained. It will include how […]
Sky News host Chris Kenny says highly disturbing footage has revealed ABC journalists and producers “coached” women what to say when they made allegations against actor Craig McLachlan. 7 News Australia has a full documentary on what happened and why he was not guilty. I can’t find or access it.
I saw this extract in a recent comment. There’s no doubt there’s been some great success in the past. Some men responsible for this are still on this forum. Reaching anywhere near that level again seems out of reach at this present time. Most of us are just hanging in there consumed by family court […]
Original Post Here 2021-NZHC-743 Police unhappy with ruling that stops formal written warnings from being supplied to employers. Let’s not make this confusing. There are a number of players here. 1. The Police have for a long time believe they are Judge and Jury by providing criminal history that has not been tested. 2. Justice […]
I very much dislike all social media like Facebook and others. However, it is a way to get notice. Why is MENZ not on Facebook?
I thought some of you would find this of interest. It is a project by an Auckland lawyer to combat the new Sexual Violence Bill – or at least to try to mitigate what are likely to be its effects. Note the comment box where you can share your own experiences with her anonymously or […]
Westpac say men don’t work hard or long enough. Westpac fails to take into account men usually have physical jobs and a buggered when they finally get home. That and we build fences, service cars, mow lawns, trim trees, paint and a lot of other stuff. Men who earn the bulk part of the income. […]
Whenever he saw that look on my face, he would say, “Just call me a pome-git.” We had become the sort of friends you seldom meet in life, that understood each other better than most people could ever hope to and some of the discussions are still unforgettable. A little over 5 years has past […]
The sanctions in the Family Court Act for a breach of Section11B involving identification of children are a maximum of three months imprisonment, or a $2000 fine for an individual or $10,000 for an organisation. Link To Story I haven’t had time to digest this yet but it looks like something we should be paying […]
Letter from IRD. IRD are generally unaware of the cause of death. Presumably Sue Gilles thinks what she calls the customers can apply for an administrative review if they have special circumstances. Seemingly she and IRD thinks thats an acceptable disclaimer for their policies. Men, usually don’t ask for help, they just cope. It is […]
During the Clark Administration there was plenty of hostility towards the feminist environment in New Zealand. As we come into the second term of the Ardern Administration I’m interested to see if there is a revival in the trend. I’ve found NZ women don’t have a particularly good reputation overseas so the meme caught my […]
Many years ago I went out on a limb with This Post, to make a point. This was about Mallard as an MP in the Clark Administration … you can’t comment on that though. He was behaving like a girl then and it suited Clark not to sack him because she put herself above the […]