Davy complaint forwarded to Auckland Police
13 May 2002
Wellington Police have completed immediate
inquiries into the complaint from Te Puni Kokiri regarding
the circumstances of Canadian John Davy being appointed to
head Maori Television.
Detective Inspector Norm Cook,
crime services manager for Wellington Police District, said
the file will today be handed to Auckland District for
"Whether or not this involves speaking
with Mr Davy will be a matter for the Auckland Police," Mr
"I’m not prepared to comment on the contents
of the file to date."
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