Thursday, 27 October 2016

IPCA called in over police checkpoint targeting pro-euthanasia group

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The Independent Police Authority (IPCA) has been called in over a breath-testing checkpoint set up near a meeting in Lower Hutt promoting euthanasia. Acting Wellington District Commander Inspector Paul Basham said in a statement he aware of concerns around the checkpoint. It is appropriate that we report the matter to the IPCA for it's consideration. Police responsible for enforcing New Zealand's laws, and currently suicide or encouraging and helping someone to commit suicide is illegal in New Zealand he said.

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