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Treatment of terminally ill prisoner racist – Māori Party

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Posted By: Shopprice New Zealand

The process of a terminally ill prisoner by the parole Board was an example of organization racism, the Maori Party says.

The parole Board declined Vicki Letele’s first request to be freed from her punishment for trick because of her stomach cancer 1, but up-side down that decision on Thursday after an of (with) the voice operation by her family and supporters.Letele, who was in the military a three-year prison limited stretch of time, was let to come back home on compassionate grounds on Thursday.Maori Party co-leader Marama thick-tailed, sharp-nosed animal of dog family said there was bad starting opinion against ms 2 Letele because she was Maori.

Ms one tricking said a Pakeha woman gave decision against in law of false behavior was recently let off from a prison sentence because she had 2 young boys and girls.”Yes, people need to have a punishment that does, is right the crime, but why were we not using the same ruler?” she said.”Because if we were using the same ruler there would not be a different side between Maori and non-Maori, Pasifika and non-Pasifika.”

She said institutions and the public needed to give credit for unconscious tendency in a certain direction, pleasure prisoners as persons in general, and make ready better healthcare options.

 

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