15 Jul 2018

Tasmania Has A Minister For Gassing Horses?

Almost 6 months ago 16 prized polo ponies were gassed to death on the Bass Straight ferry Spirit of Tasmania. The ferry is operated by government-owned TT Line. At present Jeremy Rockliff (above right) is responsible for TT Line.

Now at the end of July, the government investigation into itself has failed to reveal what happened. Was Rockliff silenced by Premier Hodgman?

This is what we read on another Tas website (since removed)
16 horses were gassed to death at 2.00 am. In the middle of Bass Strait.
A second truckload of horses on the opposite side of the Spirit of Tasmania were not affected. 

Approximately 10 diesel powered refrigerated containers were in use very near to the horses.
Regulations limit the number of refrigerated containers to 2.

So why has it taken 6 months for the Hodgman government to discover nothing? 
The minister investigating what happened is Sarah Courtney Minister for Primary Industry.

Sarah, who appears to live the life of an entitled socialite is the minister responsible for the DPIPWE inquiry that appears to be protecting another incompetent minister.

Is this more corruption from people who are so self-absorbed and deluded they think they can cover-up gassing horses.

In light of no other information from the Hodgman government regarding the dead horses we have accepted this version as fact.

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