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Polo pony deaths still under the spotlight, pressure grows for answers
ABC17.04.18 8:34 am
Three months later, new Primary Industries Minister Sarah Courtney remains in lock-down and secret denial.
You can’t squirm and hide forever .. so come on out and come clean, wherever you are hiding from public scrutiny. All the community wants and needs is the truth, that’s all.
ALL 60 - 70 Spirit of Tasmania Maritime Union Workers must be afforded FULL health screenings for DIESEL PARTICULATE MATTER (dust) and illness and disease. TEN have died in SEVEN years!
These matters have been documented and forwarded to you, Minister and Premier Hodgman. You can never say or claim in public .. WE didn’t know or WE never knew.
Poor horses! Poor owners! Poor horse-lovers! POOR DPIPWE - ‘you are being watched’ and called to account from afar. The Outsiders are looking in, and they’re not happy nor content with your deliberate obstruction of natural justice.
Honourable Senator Wilkie states. “I’m staggered. It is a fundamental measure of a Governments integrity that it be honest and open and transparent. In this case the Government is looking increasingly secretive. A cloud hangs over their integrity.”
Dr Byrne was previously working on the Australian mainland and said he, “Hadn’t dealt with the Government in Tasmania before. I know certain wheels move slowly.”
BE WARNED and very alarmed Dr Byrne, don’t trust anyone in legal, bureaucratic or political TasMANIA. Their island is riddled with devious pathological liars and socialised sociopaths.
The truth is never exposed, THEY won’t allow it.
You’re about to taste The Van Diemen’s Way of doing things. Ask Mr Wilkie, he knows what goes on and by whom and for why. It’s a cesspit jungle down there. There is no Rule of Law for Human’s.
Poor innocent beautiful horses! Who will fight for them? Premier Hodgman hates animals, except for pigs, vultures, and wolverines.
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