ALCP says United Future Website Misleading
ALCP says United Future Website
The Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party
is accusing United Future of misleading the public by using
a foreign photo to portray apparent supporters, on its
What looks like a diverse bunch of United Future
supporters, at first glance, is actually a foreign photo of
people that have nothing to do with the United Future
The same photo used on their website also appears
on www.centralchurchofgod.org/about and www.curtislaw.co.uk.
"How can anyone
believe that United Future has widespread support when their
group photographs are taken from foreign sources?" ALCP
leader Julian Crawford said.
"Why could they not arrange
their own photo-shoot of local supporters instead of using a
group of actors? It seems like they are turning to
foreigners to boost their perceived level of
ALCP is also calling on Peter Dunne to come
clean on any affiliation between his party, Curtis Law
Immigration Advice and the Central Church of
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