Bully boy MP Trev Mallard is to face a judge on Monday, to be prove why he should not be locked up.
The private prosecution is opposing bail and this could see the MP locked up from there. Police declined to prosecute and the matter has been festering since day one.
He is in good company - he might join another of his cohorts in being in the dock in recent times. If he turns up at all, probably thinks he is above the law. Three MPs in a week in court, two from Liarbour and one proven thief from Act. Good publicity for a corrupt government.
July 25 in history
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