Wed, 13 Jun 2012 6:00p.m.
Ralph Stewart, the second boss affected by Sunday's damning 60 Minutes story has added his resignation to the ACC file, as he says goodbye but not sorry.
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14/06/2012 10:25:10 a.m.
It would seem clear to tm that ALL Government members should be compelled to take regular memory tests and then claim from ACC. An obvious hazard of becoming an Mp is the brain damage they suffer. (i.e. Memory loss.The phrases " not that I can recall" or "not that I can rememember", are becoming to prevelant in MP's statements. How can this obvious injury be overlooked in the workplace. I am willing to act as a witness for any MP as to the rapid decline of their memory from their starting work in Parliament to the present day. I suggets each member be supplied with a portable dictaphone ( a very good one is available on Trade Me at an extremely low price of $60-$70. At the end of each day the recordings could be transcribed so the member could relieve the pressure on their brain storage area by actually being able to forget the days lies. (Oops sorry - that should read "the days comments".
13/06/2012 10:27:36 p.m.
ACC never said sorry to me when they sent my file in 2009 to the wrong address, I am still waiting in 2012 for an apology.
13/06/2012 9:38:24 p.m.
Jim Seaview wrote:
Quote: "He and Mr Judge went to police accusing Ms Pullar and Michelle Boag of using the leaked files in an extortion attempt - yet a secret recording by Ms Pullar later played to Mr Stewart proved that did not happen - and they covered it up at a press conference last week, saying they had not heard it."Ralph Stewart should apologise for going on TV and lying by denying he had heard the tape and not seen the transcript which was provide by Ms Pullars solicitor.ACC is supposed to assist people with rehabilitation - not make false allegations against them and then press charges against them and waste valuable Police time and resources.How many other times has he lied???The culture of any organisation starts from the top and ACC can now look forward to deliver a better personal service to their clients with their existing hard working staff.
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