"It is Housing New Zealand's job to house people; it is the courts' job to determine guilt or innocence and determine necessary punishment," says Auckland Action Against Poverty's Alastair Russell.
Auckland Action Against Poverty (Sue Bradford's group) needs to get its focus sorted. This woman is not 'in poverty' selling up to $1200 worth of tinnies a day
AAAP should not be defending people who undermine the very system they claim is so crucial. They should be using the tenant as an example of why people in actual ' poverty' are 'homeless'.
Obviously the whole welfare state lost its moral compass years ago aided and abetted by socialist advocates.