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WHERE IS YOUR DUTY OF CARE REYNOLDS AND CO ?

Reynolds words yesterday have angered many.


We all know it’s just spin that Morrison and his PR team put together on the weekend. The comment “ it’s not my story to tell” is a hideous way to not accept blame and to ignore any question being posed on the topic of the alleged rapes.


The word that incensed us in that comment was “Story” , it’s not a story it’s an accusation by a brave woman that was let down by her boss and her political party.


She stayed silent for two reasons , her loyalty to her political party , and her fear of losing her job.


Yet her chosen political party and its ministers have decided to throw her out and flippantly dismiss her accusations . The investigation has been put into the hands of the LNP “yes man” Gaetjens , and then with the help of that disgraceful harpie Hanson , that report will be kept secret.


SHAME ON THEM ALL


Hanson who protects her alleged abusive son , who Morrison owed a favour for backing the dismantling of the Family Court , paid Morrison back with this deal.


At no time does Hanson think of the greater good as with most of our current LNP and most Independent MP's , they only think of themselves.


Now back to Duty of Care . Many of us that have worked in large companies know that there are protocols in place to cover what has been exposed in the LNP.


Who is ever informed by the victim of the criminal act should automatically inform the victim that this needs to go higher.


In this case when Reynolds knew , it should have been referred straight to the Prime Minister as Morrison is the next rung up the ladder.


Reynolds should have arranged with the PMO that she needed to speak to the PM as a matter of urgency , and it really should not have been discussed with anyone else until the PM knew.


The buck stops with Morrison as the leader of the LNP.


Morrison should have then notified the police and started an investigation straight away.


The office should not have been steam cleaned and Ms Higgins should have been offered medical assistance.


The security guards on duty had a Duty of Care first and foremost to Ms Higgins the victim.


When they saw her unconscious and disheveled they should have rung the police and the ambulance even before notifying any ministers.


Their job is not just to protect public figures.


Heads should be rolling down the steps of Parliament House over the alleged rape and cover up, but nothing is happening except Reynolds describing it as a “story” she couldn’t tell.


SHAME LINDA REYNOLDS FOR OFFERING MS HIGGINS INTO THE HANDS OF YOUR MISOGYNIST COLLEAGUES.




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