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Chisholm in All Night Vigil in Fletcher’s Office!


Chisholm in All Night Vigil in Fletcher’s Office!

Adrian Chisholm is one man who refuses to allow himself to be trodden upon by scum. When Auckland’s Mayor Christine Fletcher today refused to release the dossier promised him - the dossier on him prepared by Auckland City Council’s spying private investigators - Mr Chisholm refused to leave her office until he received it.

He is still there, locked inside the Mayor’s bathroom!

The offices have been deserted now for some hours! As Ms Fletcher, her Deputy Bruce Hucker, and the council bullies who have hounded him for so long escape the building themselves, libertarians will begin gathering outside the Greys Ave building to offer Adrian what support they can.

Says Libertarianz leader Peter Cresswell: “When local governments are doing citizens over, as they are in the case of Mr Chisholm, then it is high time we question the role of local government – and the Acts that give them their power! And in the meantime, Adrian Chisholm deserves our support!”


For further information contact:

Peter Cresswell Leader, Libertarianz Party

Phone 025 861 927, e-mail: organon@ihug.co.nz

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