Comment 109802

By Chris Angel (registered) | Posted February 27, 2015 at 16:52:15

It is not relevant that Joey Coleman accepted the apology.

As another poster pointed out if Coleman had shoved Ferguson his career would have been effectively over. If he had expressed reluctance to accept the apology how would that have affected his career?

I suspect with the "blue wall of silence" kind of solidarity in council there may have been repercussions.

In the work place there are protections against this kind of abuse and any organization that fails to take violations seriously will pay for the mistake. This is the equivalent of a workplace assault perpetrated by an individual with authority or influence on the career of the victim.

This Integrity Commissioner is a pathetic joke. Much like in policing or medicine when any profession is in charge of investigating itself the outcome is seldom ever credible.

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