Email letter to Mr Paul Anthony Hoolihan: Chairman PCMC who recently ruled on the Rofe Audit and the Heiner Affair.

A Request for clarification.

Member for Kepple

Mr. Paul Anthony Hoolihan

Shop 3 Evia Building
3 Normanby Street

Dear Mr. Hoolihan,

Without being specific or mentioning names, I am holding some evidence which could implicate a person in an alleged criminal act. Is it quite lawful for me to destroy or withhold the evidence which may or may not be required for a court action?

As a lawyer and chairman of the PCMC, which recently reported on a case with similar circumstances, I feel that you are the best person to clarify this dilemma for me. My question is simply this; “Is it lawful to destroy evidence required for a court action?” I’d appreciate a simple yes or no answer in order to spare me further confusion when interpreting Section 129 of the Criminal Code of Queensland.







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