Does State Services Commissioner intend to bring criminal charges against MSD and former head Brendon Boyle?
From: Gregory Soar
Dear State Services Commission,
A civil court hearing has made the law clear around the use of false names on documents being issued by MSD WINZ in that such use of false names is not legal. The Social Security Appeal Authority also made the same ruling. MSD accepts this ruling. It is, according to the court an inviolate right. It does not apply to only civil cases because the Crimes Act 1961 ss 66, 255, 256 and 257 already tell us our answer that using false information on legal documents intended to be acted upon. Frankly the Crimes Act does not say that signing false names only applies to criminal action, rather it makes all and every such action criminal. This concept is easily understood. To be clear the Crimes Act makes no exception for civil cases to use false names on documents. ANY breach of the Crimes Act sections mentioned above constitute an offence and I allege MSD and Boyle has committed a criminql action.
MSD has admitted in writing using false names on documents that were issued and intended to be acted upon by the recipients.
1. As it is the legislated requirement of the State Services Commissioner to ensure MSD is operating legally and in a manner that upholds faith and confidence in our state Services especially the MSD does the State Services Commissioner intend to bring criminal charges against Boyle ( his ended employment is irrelevant) and the MSD?
2. If the State Services Commissioner does not intend to bring criminal charges against Boyle and the MSD please supply all information as to your decision to not do so.
3. If the State Services Commissioner does not intend to bring criminal charges against Boyle and MSD please supply the information on how that meets the legislated duties of the State Services Commission.
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