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Civil Armies join forces to fight crime.


(Exposing Unacceptable Financial Activities Inc Soc)


Media Release 18.06.08

Civil Armies join forces to fight crime.

Exposing Unacceptable Financial Activities (EUFA) and Sensible Sentencing Trust are to share their collective human resources in the public fight against the crime wave invading our lives.

At a breakfast meeting in Auckland yesterday Sensible Sentencing Trusts Garth McVicar and Gray Eatwell spokesman for EUFA identified the drastic impact white collar crime is having on many New Zealander's.

While the two groups are determined to demand the “protection under law” that every New Zealander is entitled to under international law, they also share the frustrations of the official obstruction of deliverance.

Mr Eatwell said today, “Within the membership of Sensible Sentencing there are some highly experienced professionals, retired Police etc, holding skills that will be most helpful to victim members of EUFA. This resource combined with EUFA's determination to expose the white collar criminals will undoubtedly add strength to the fight”.

“There is little doubt that dishonesty and a greed for money is at the root of much of the serious crime in New Zealand”.

“We ask no favours’, we simply demand that the tax paid regulatory authorities and the government deliver us our civil right to be protected under law” Mr Eatwell added. Ends.




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