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The first rule is dont plead guilty. The second rule is dont talk to the Police or SFO investigators. The third rule is dont try to get it over and done with. The fourth rule is get expert legal advice. The fifth rule is dont panic your situation can be managed.


  1. I wished Allan Hubbard would have been in a position to have acquired some good advice and not held outside "justice" and to the deteriment of natural Justice....

    Is it fair he had no right to reply to any allegations in the first instance- before he was slapped in to Statutory Management?

    Is it right that the Sec Comm and the Companies Office together commenced a second investigation in to Aorangi unbeknown to Hubbard?

    Is it is a FACT that Aorangi was indeed Solvent, the flow chart produced by the investigators that went in to Aorangi prior to 20-6-10 showed Hubbard removing funds- when he had actually placed some $60mill in to Aorangi- but that materially flawed report was also the basis of the fraud investigation (Part Two SFO) Define reasonable grounds?

    Look at the players that are part of the bigger picture and try and tell me it is not a fess pool of business corruption.

    Allan Hubbard never got any Justice and someone has to give it to him and cannot be left undone...


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