Fri, 18 May 2012 11:37a.m.
Former Bridgecorp Finance Director Cornelius Robert Roest has been sentenced to six-and-a-half years in prison.
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20/05/2012 8:04:21 a.m.
The team that had Kiwisaver and ACC invest in Maddock which contributed much to the loss of $29 billion pre-election 2008?It made Hanovers team look law-abiding. There was the finders fee they received, plus the dinners etc.Labour still holds that team up as 'golden' as they were connected at the highest levels to Labour, and it was Labour who benefited some from the finders fee.Seams we have one rule for NZ, another rule for Labour conected when Labour in power that dont include NZ law ...Was also had the RNZAF flown to the USA to extract an individual under a sex crime allegation who couldn't use his passport for commercial planes due to the sex crime ... Fleeing justice on foreign soil, is okay if your connected to Labour at the highest levels.
18/05/2012 7:11:48 p.m.
We see Roest’s attitude a lot in this country, convicted criminals who are totally convinced they have done nothing wrong. I guy I used to go to church with is currently in front of the courts for fraud and showing much the same attitude.
18/05/2012 5:47:16 p.m.
This is ridiculous. He should be given comunity service at least then he would help the comunity. Prison solves nothing
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