Private prosecution of staff in Banks investigation
Private prosecution of staff in Banks investigation -
17 June 2014
Statement from Assistant
Commissioner Malcolm Burgess:
"Police consider that
the staff involved in the John Banks investigation acted
professionally and impartially in carrying out this
We have the utmost faith in the integrity of the
investigation and the staff involved will be fully supported
in any proposed court
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