Thursday, January 09, 2014

Well done, that man.

Goudie said he was so shocked by the apparent drunkenness of the boy that he turned his camera on him and exposed what he considered one of the biggest issues in New Zealand - underage drinking. 

When he had stopped filming, he immediately rang the police. 

Well done Mr Goudie.  Great to see an adult taking responsible action.

Then we have these hand wringing tossers that want to to get their name in lights.

Inspector Greg Nicholls, city commander for Hamilton police, said Goudie had further victimised the boy by posting the footage online. 

"While police are grateful the cameraman rang 111, we feel the boy's interests would have been better served had he provided the footage to police or CYFS, rather than further victimise the child by publishing the footage.'' 

Nicholls said police had contacted YouTube parent company Google to remove the footage but also made a plea with Goudie that he take it down himself. 

"Early investigations suggest there is no culpability on his part . . . morally I plead with him to do the right thing." 

"shocking and appalling" by a top alcohol and drug counsellor.  Alcohol and Drug Assessment and Counselling clinical manager Roger Brooking said authorities needed to take action over the incident. 

had contacted Child Youth and Family

Child Matters founder Anthea Simcock said a crime had been committed and appropriate action should be taken

Really?  They're all complicit in the lack of action on such matters.

My intention was for someone in NZ to see it and do something beyond my power

Mr Goudie beats the lot of you hands down for taking decisive positive action and showing the world the bottom feeders we have sucking on the public tit ever ready to cover their asses.  Again, Well done!

It had to be done, really...Someone's got to say, it if no-one says it it's just going to get worse and I'm only one person saying it, but look what it's done.

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