Saturday, 11 October 2008


This from the Herald....

The SFO said it found a donation used to pay Mr Peters' legal costs was not declared on the Register of Pecuniary Interests of Members of Parliament.
The Weekend Herald understands this relates to the $13,640.37 in legal costs Mr Peters was required to pay National MP David Carter in 2006.
The SFO said the donation was made to the Spencer Trust and paid out from there. It did not name the donor.
SFO director Grant Liddell said he had written to Mr Peters telling him to "determine whether he should file an amended return to the Registrar of Pecuniary Interests".

Good job - we hope the level headed ballsy Auditor General gets onto this quick smart.

Mr Liddell has also given the information to Auditor-General Kevin Brady, who audits the returns.

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