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    I reproduced the above Stuff story for a good reason. About 8 years ago a select group of ACCforum.org members were attacked on that forum by a then newly registered member. That individual is allegedly the same person featured in the following story published by the Herald. Blogger dodges prison over court suppression breaches, harassment campaigns 26 Jul, 2018 1:10pm Internet blogger Dermot Nottingham was sentenced today in the Auckland District Court. Photo / Sam Hurley New Zealand Herald court reporter. https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12095711 The blogger's targets included business people, civil servants, and a former Member of Parliament. Photos were taken of them and their homes and the allegations published online falsely claimed drug abuse and corruption. Nottingham's targets included several innocent ACC claimants! Dermot Nottingham's profile on ACCforum dot org Joined: - 11-December 11 https://accforum.org/forums/index.php?/user/56902-lauda-finem/page__tab__aboutme Why did the NZ Police not investigate our complaints? ACC Claimants Safety Alert The following individuals are alleged to be responsible for the demise of the ACCforum.org and criminal harassment of ACC Claimants. David Butler, Alan Thomas, and Dermot Nottingham ACCforum dot org's David Butler aka Hardwired aka Snoopy David Butler - Image from David Butler/*Dermot Nottingham Skype video David Butler allegedly resides somewhere in or near Cheviot, just out side of Christchurch NZ. Warning: If you are an ACC, or Work & Income NZ client , Don't give David Butler any of your personal information! Dermot Gregory Nottingham - He is a convicted criminal. Warning: If you are an ACC, or Work & Income NZ client , Don't give Dermot Gregory Nottingham any of your personal information! Alan Gordon Thomas - He is a convicted criminal and alleged owner/moderator/administrator of ACCforum(doyt)org Wealthy consultant used ACC to boost wage by $238,000 https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=115696 ACC bomb plot: Plans for van blast - 26 Jul, 2011 5:30am https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10740850 Warning: If you are an ACC, or Work & Income NZ client , Don't give Alan Gordon Thomas any of your personal information! This post was in the Public Domain but quickly moved to "Members only" section of ACCforum dot org I have chosen not to name the blog site which published Nottingham's posts because the offending content remains online.
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    Women stand naked on Auckland's Karangahape Road in protest of police inaction after alleged assault Hannah Martin and Charlotte Carter13:13, Feb 09 2019 https://www.stuff.co.nz/auckland/110471269/women-stand-naked-on-aucklands-karangahape-road-in-protest-of-police-inaction-after-alleged-assault Jazmine Rose Phillips and Kyah Dove stood naked on a busy Auckland road as a protest after an alleged assault. The victim of an alleged sexually-motivated assault stood naked on Friday on Auckland's Karangahape Rd in protest, after she says police ignored her calls for help. Auckland performance artist Jazmine Rose Phillips stood hand-in-hand with her friend, Kyah Dove at the entrance to St Kevins' Arcade, covered in fake blood and with black tape over their mouths. Other women were handing out flyers to passersby, detailing the reasons for the protest. The flyer stated the women were physically assaulted by a man on Karangahape Rd on January 21. Phillips said a man began "doing sexual gestures" towards her and her partner after they had hugged on a street corner. She hit his car window, then he jumped out of his vehicle and struck her across the head, before trying to hit her partner, she said. This flier was handed to passersby by people at the scene. The pair got away and asked a passerby to stand with them while they phoned 111. They then gave police a description of the man who attacked them, along with his car registration number, Phillips said. On the phone, they were told there would be CCTV footage, and police would contact them that evening or follow up the next day. But they never heard from police, Phillips said. "The officer at the counter made [my partner] tell the story in a line in front of people, then after she told the story he said 'we can't do anything unless you both come in'," Phillips said. Phillips' partner left the police station in tears. "I walked away from that experience feeling really hurt, powerless and unsupported with a lot of shame and fear," Phillips said. She decided to protest on K Rd to process her trauma through art. "I kept hearing stories from all my female friends about their similar stories of sexual harassment and reporting rape, far more traumatic stories than mine and decided this is what I would do." She said the protest prompted an outpouring of gratitude from women who confessed they went through similar experiences and it was "amazing to not feel alone", but also awful to know that so many people shared her grief. A police sergeant approached the two women after they had been standing on the street for quite some time and gave Phillips his card, she said. "He said, 'when you're ready to talk I would like to further explore the case', but for me that was far too late, I wanted them to arrive when I made a 111 call. "Last week a 57-year-old women died in her home and Grace [Millane] was found in a bush near my house. What I would like to know is at what point do [police] start arriving after calls?" A bystander who was meeting friends for lunch came across the protest, which she said made her "pretty emotional". Lots of people stopped to look at the "amazingly brave" women and to take flyers, she said. "The women being there on a busy street, naked, covered in fake blood with the tape over their mouths was a pretty powerful statement," she said. "I almost cried." Auckland District Commander Superintendent Karyn Malthus said the matter was "being followed up urgently". Police were contacting the two women to discuss their concerns with them, she said. "We understand they have concerns about an incident where one of the women was assaulted in January, and the way it was handled. "We need to establish the exact circumstances around the incident and what happened when they reported it. "It is very concerning that these women feel let down by police and we are doing everything we can to establish exactly what happened, work with the victims and address their concerns." Stuff https://www.stuff.co.nz/auckland/110471269/women-stand-naked-on-aucklands-karangahape-road-in-protest-of-police-inaction-after-alleged-assault
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