Justice spokesman Andrew Little, police and corrections spokesman Kris Faafoi and Darien Fenton, who holds the shadow labour portfolio, visited Paremoremo jail yesterday.
Taylor, 56, has racked up more than 130 convictions, including armed robbery, kidnapping and escaping from prison.
Mr Little said the MPs agreed to visit to discuss Taylor’s legal bid to reverse the smoking ban at the prison.
Three MPs? Why don’t they have the entire caucus meet with Taylor.
So now all it takes to get three Labour MPs to meet with you is:
- Armed robbery x 4
- Escaping custody
- Attempting to pervert the course of justice
- Possession of various drugs
- Possessing firearms and ammunition
- Rceiving stolen property
- Conspired to sell methamphetamine
And his grievance is that he can not smoke in prison anymore.
I do hope Labour will soon release their policy on how Mr Taylor’s human rights have been breached, as soon as they have finished nationalising the electrcity industry.Tags: Arthur Taylor, Labour, law & order