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   Peterson - William Magnus

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Soldiers Settlement Claim

   Family soldiers over generations

   Above is the clan of the Peterson and McNeights.

   New Zealand Government Committed Treason

          1914 -2018
   This is the story of how our New Zealand Government  who committed
   Treason by illegally bankrupting Soldier's Estates, and my family was
   one of them.

   The Petersons and McNeights were looking towards a new future having
   suffered the losses of the First World War.

    The government of the day had made a tough, but fair offer to New
   Zealand returned  soldiers under the  [40]Discharged Soldiers
   Settlement Act of 1915 ; Special Tenure on soldiers' ballot . It was to
   support returned veterans with land packages with the rights in
   perpertuity of an on-going 66 year lease, with the  right of purchase
   under Section 4.

    Waimiha presented such an opportunity for both families.

   The Petersons and McNeights had already put down roots in the King
   Country as dairy farmers in early 1900's as one of the first pioneering
   families in Mokauiti Valley. My Great Grandparents Henry and Ruth
   Peterson arrived after the McNeights around 1910, as experienced
   farmers. Both sought to establish a foot-hold and break in the land.
                                    William George McNeight

   Many families throughout New Zealand had suffered the loss of loved
   ones as a consequence of Gallipoli and the European conflicts during
   the Great War. So it was for Hugh and Fanny McNeight whose only son
   William George had lost his life at the end of the war (1/10/1918) in
   France. This left only their remaining daughter, Marjorie.

   My grandfather William Magnus Peterson, followed his fellow patriots to
   sign up for the First Expeditionary Forces with the 4th Waikato Mounted
   Rifles, then transferred to the 11th then remained in the 13th North
   Auckland Mounted Rifles, 1914, destined to fight in Gallipoli.

   Upon his return, wounded late1915, and because of the close
   relationship between families, William Magnus Peterson was to marry
   Marjorie Spence McNeight.
   Both families were from farming backgrounds.

   With the Soldiers' Ballot, William Magnus Peterson under The Discharged
   Soldiers  Settlement Act of 1915, took the opportunity to start afresh
   in farming, under  Special Tenure, Section 4. Class 2 Land, with the
   Right of Purchase.

   Date: 1916 - 1917 By: New Zealand. Department of Lands and Survey.
   Auckland District Office; New Zealand. Printing and Stationery
   Department; Mackay, John, 1851-1937; Glenn, D, fl 1917-1925; Valuation
   New Zealand


   A poster-plan map consisting of two maps of similar size, 'Hurakia
   Survey District, sections in Block V' and 'Ongarue Survey District,
   sections in Blocks V, VI, IX and X'. Both maps are in Auckland Land
   District no. 1377, and depict lands open for sale or lease to
   discharged soldiers under the Discharged Soldiers Settlement Act of
   1915, both indicate numbered sections and include acreages with the
   original owner's names and dates handwritten in each section.

   The poster also has a small locality plan of the area from Helensville
   to Waiouru. The map includes several paragraphs of text stating
   conditions of sale, information about the 'second class land',
   instructions to applicants and abstract of conditions.

   The cadastral map of the Hurakia Survey District depicts the
   handwritten names MJ Dynan, WM Peterson, J Sheely, WK Wilton, and
   identifies the timber reserve as Provincial State Forest 'Gaz. 1922 p.
   1634. The cadastral map of the Ongarue Survey District have handwritten
   names with Hayward Timber Company, MW Hunter, D Fraser, WR Munro, HR
   Lamb, A Gall, C Dow, KM Dickson, JA Nicol, WD Gillanders, FA Drake, WJ
   Devereaux, RE Longden, DM McDonald, GHM Rae,

   The particular acreage that William and Marjorie had been allotted
   through a ballot in Waimiha was virgin native forest, under the
   Discharged Soldier's Settlement Act of  1915, Special Tenure. The Land
   Laws of 1908 and for Settlement Land of 1908 was put into place for the
   Soldier's ballot with greater advantages under the Act for our Returned
   Veterans W.W.1. This was without competition. Part of the law was to
   empower the Government to assist our heroes in every possible way.

   The Government did not comply under the [41]Discharged Soldiers
   Settlement Act 1915.

   This, they did not do.

    My father, Noel William George Peterson the only son, 99 years of age
   this Christmas day, a Native, Waimiha from Rangitoto Tuhua, King
   Country. Dad was born on the 25th December 1918. My dad was named after
   William George McNeight, a Native of the King Country. This was my
   dad's mother's brother, who had been sent back out onto the battlefield
   after been hospitalised from receiving war injuries, only to have died
   on the battlefield a couple of months later in France on 1/10/1918,
   before Dad was born. Dad witnessed the hardships that both families
   went through, the troughs and the highlights. King Country life was

   [42]Ministry of Justice has made false allegations. Refer to their
   report dated 14/2/2017 page 5 paragraph 7 in regards to the date of
   death of William George McNeight.

                                   My dad  and "Roy"

                      My dad Noel and his sister Phyllis.

   By 1920 the families pledged to realise a new future and, in doing so,
   put into practise what had gone before in Mokauiti Valley. Below are
   the Deeds of the two farms in Mokauiti being merged with the greater

   My grandparents and great grandparents worked to break in enough land
   to establish a living, but really had no interest in cutting further
   their large stands and acreage of native trees, leaving them for their
   future generations for the Peterson and McNeight  families, and New
   Zealand, to enjoy.

         Phyllis and dad (background) at Waimiha 1922.

   My dad remembers his parents as hardy, pioneering, resourceful farmers
   who had a love for the land and the native trees on it. Between
   1916/20's my family had built  dwellings, cleared the land they needed
   for their ten cows and had established a dairy plant and cheese factory
   to supply the locals and generally helped to assist newcomers, as my
   family were well established. On the left is Dad's sister Philys and on
   the right, is a three year old boy, now coming up a great grand age of
   99; my Dad.

   Great grandfather Hugh McNeight with my dad in Waimiha.

   You will notice with these two documents, dated 1923 has a CV value of
   4,742  with Peterson's name on Endean's Timber Cruise Sheet. One year
   later Peterson's name has been crossed out with the valuation being
   dropped by 3,505. Peterson's block has been transferred into Endeans
   Sawmill Co. Ltd as occupier. This transfer was done by the Commissioner
   of Crown Lands H.M.Skeet, without the consent of Peterson. This is
   where Government had breached.
         [43]Section 10 of the Discharged Soldiers Settlement Act of 1915.

   The document stamped [44]1916/1917 proves that my grandparents received
   their land before the poster was published on the 23/8/1920. That's why
   there was a sale plan and mortgage with land value and no remaining
   number of years left on Peterson's lease, for there was no lease as
   William and Marjorie purchased the Block for Settlement under the Act.

   The document from Head Office, Lands and Survey dated 1/4/1927 signed
   by the Commissioner of Crown Lands, had presented that Peterson's
   [45]mortgage had been repaid in full. 1927 is where the Goverment used
   their powers and laws to disadvantage Peterson, having them forfeited
   as [46] ( "Ditto" ) for  non compliance of contract. Ditto does not
   comply under section 10 of the Act for this is freehold land. Peterson
   had fulfilled the contract and beyond. They were only seeking financial
   assistance for grass seed and

   [47]Government was empowered to assist financially under section 6 of
   the Act which was declined by Government

   (lese majesty)

   The title Deed of the estate was completed in 1920, as it was quite
   common to receive their titles some years later. For when the soldiers
   returned from war they were placed on the land immediately to have them
   settled, not for them to hang around for 5 years before receiving the
   land for settlement, as this would have created a large demand on
   Government where land was put aside for discharged soldiers.

   The map below shows the soldiers who received ballot land. Note that
   several names on Soldier's Holdings have been crossed out,  only to
   have their rights forfeited a couple of months later. Government were
   forecasting for financial gain against the Crown on Soldier's Holdings.

   Government was forecasting on how to abuse our heroes to advantage the
   speculators within Government for future profits. Not only on
   Peterson's block, but along with many other Soldier's Holdings by
   bringing in the Public Works Act under the Discharged Soldiers
   Settlement Amendment Act 1916. This would not comply under the Schedule
   for Selection of Land by Soldiers.

   (Refer to this historic document below Memorandum of Mortgage under
   Discharged Soldiers Settlement Amendment Act 1915) This document is
   false, for there is no Amendment in 1915 for this Act.

   This document was solely created for the  timber contract with Endean
   with the same Government Official, (Commissioner of Crown Lands,
   H.M.Skeet) who had used his powers to disadvantage His Majesty the King
   and Peterson on Soldier's Holdings on several occasions for the
   speculators to  profit. This was to allow the timber merchant from
   paying out royalities to Peterson, for all royalities must go into the
   Soldier's Accounts to be used for improvements under Section 6 of the
   Act and Section 2 of the Amendment.

   When stated in the Ministry of Justice  report that this was a clerical
   error. Yes, the Ministry of Justice was correct in saying it was a
   ministrated clerical error,for this was to financially disadvantage the
   soldier, leading into illegal bankruptcies on their holdings.
   Later on Government introduced the Land Act of 1924 solely for
   soldier's holdings including Peterson's Estate, so they can illegally
   confiscate, what they could not confiscate under the Public Works Act.
   Later to be a part of the investigation into the Land Board by
   Government. (Another Act of lese majesty)

The Government selling off Soldier's Holdings to civilians one year later.


   When asking the [48]( Minister of Land information New Zealand Hon
   Louise Upston ) to have the fees waivered so as to advance my research,
   she declined and then passed me back to the Select Committee, who also
   choose not to address the treasonous activities leading into illegal
   bankruptcy on soldier's holdings. Remember she is a Minister
   representing the NZ Government and should address this immediately.

   Another Minister in denial by not addressing the Treason which has been
   raised with documents of proof in Parliament.

   Remember that Peterson's Improvements have increased to over several
   thousands of pounds, where they have established themselves with 20
   working tracks, dwellings, sheds, cows, fencing and clearing enough
   land to service the lifestyle they were accustomed to. This industry
   would have taken several years to establish. All  tthat was required
   was fencing wire and grass seed, where the Government had declined
   again by the Commissioner of Crown Lands. (H.M.Skeet)

   In 1920 Peterson was under Special Tenure (No.S.T.L/ D.S.641), but  by
   1923 Government changed Peterson to DS 641 without the Special Tenure,
   then in 1925 it's now a D. 641, when neighbouring soldiers remained
   under Special Tenure. Treason.

   The Government was empowered to assist financially in every possible
   way, to provide the necessities of farming life to be able to support
   themselves. This is recorded in the New Zealand Gazette. The
   Government's responsiblity was to keep a watchful eye on our soldiers
   and to get them settled as soon as they returned from the Great War.
   The Government was to make sure they were growing towards an
   established working unit, and to be respected in a stately manner,
   necessary for settlement and the region, and necessary for their

   [49]This is recorded in the New Zealand Parliamentary Debates from

   The NZ Land Board declined financial assistance without reason. This is
   a breach of Section 6 of the D.S.S.Act of 1915 towards our returned
   soldier William Magnus Peterson and his family lifestyle in 1921 and
   again in 1923.
                          ( NO ADVANCES BE MADE TO THIS  APPLICANT )

   Their whole way of life had changed with the flick of a pen. this was
   done without reason, all from a memo to Land Board, saying not to
   assist financially W.M. Peterson on the said estate, Block V. The
   Government was empowered to assist financially and to fulfill the
   contract under the [50]Discharged Soldiers Settlement Act of 1915.
   Section 6 for freehold, under Special Tenure, without competition.

   The Government of the day was empowered under the Discharged Soldiers
   Act of 1915 to provide all assistance to returned soldiers.

   Why was William Peterson declined financial assistance?

   [51]Please refer to the report from the Ministry of Justice 14-2-2017
   page 5 paragraph 9.

   Several years previously we requested under the Official Information
   Act (OIA)  the relevant documents. The only time that Government can
   decline is when this affects National Security. We challenged the
   Ministry of Justice using the OIA for many years for Government to
   release their documentation of their evidence. We have been declined,
   so why is my Grandfather's estate and my claim affecting National
   Security? Is it because treason has been raised on several occasions
   with the supporting documents of proof?

   NZ Government have chosen not to address the treasonous acts, for this
   is treason within itself. The only experience the Justice Department
   have for historic claim is through the Treaty of Waitangi. My claim is
   the first one of its kind. Ministry of Justice are just starting their
   investigations into the Maori Military Veteran's claims and have no
   experience in this unique field. [52]Read the Ministry of Justice

   It has taken my researcher and myself nine years of research to have
   uncovered corruption within our Government, as the Ministry of Justice
   and Government correspondences proves it. They are not only perverting
   the course of justice, but are RACIST.

   We wish to have our Court hearing in the Highest Court in this Country
   or England to be heard in front of a Drury. The Maori Military
   Veteran's claim are being held on a Marae. This affects all our
   Soldiers - not Maori only. Why is this held on a Marae and not in a
   Court of Law, so the people of New Zealand can be informed? Did we all
   not fight together as British subjects? ( Refer to Attestation of the
   NZ Expeditionary Force) W.W.1 records are freely available on Archway

   [53]( Refer to Solicitor General of New Zealand on their response)
   dated 16/5/2017.

   These are the grounds why we have set up a GIVE A LITTLE under
   soldiersclaim, for our Justice system is corrupt. We need funding to
   enable us to gather a legal team to redress these illegal acts on
   Soldier's Holdings. Successsive Government past and present have
   violated our heroes and our human rights as a native.

   The Ministry of Justice has put their own personal opinion of events in
   what took place. Bloody disgrace when my grandfather served our country
   on two other military conflicts off shore.[54] ( Refer to page 4
   paragraph 4 dated 14/2/2017). When requesting the Solicitor General to
   investigate the false allegation which the Ministry of Justice publicly
   published their report, along with the Primary Production Select
   Committee, for not acknowledging my overview with the contents and with
   documents of treason, leading into the illegal bankruptcies on soldiers
   holdings. The Solicitor General chose not to address the seriousness of
   our official complaint and have ignored this today.

   The Solicitor General states that Crown Law don't have the ability to
   order an investigation into the criminal activities that have been
   raised within Parliament. [55]Refer to response from Solicitor General
   of NZ Crown Law  dated 16/5/2017 and refer to the [56]Solicitor
   General's letter to the Waitangi Tribunal dated 16/6/2017 with their
   full support for the Maori Military Veterans inquiry wai 2500.

   Crown Law should be representing our Returned Veterans.

   The Solicitor General has segregated our claim under 6AA(2) Treaty of
   Waitangi Act 1975.

   The Peterson and McNeights were not the only farmers to take up the
   prospects of a new future in the Soldier's Settlement Blocks of
   Waimiha. There were many neighbouring properties in a similar position.
   The Ministry of Justice states in their report out of the 25 sections
   there were 29 applicates for the ballot, but only 25 were chosen, 17
   were put onto the land, with the remaining 8 of the soldier's sections
   being sold by the same Commissioner of Crown Lands, ( H.M.Skeet ) who
   was one of the Ministers responsible for the financial assistance to be
   given to returned servicemen.

   This they declined to my family on two occasions, where Government was
   empowered to assist soldiers under Section 6 of the Act. Same
   Commissioner transferring soldier's  land to cilivians which was put
   aside for Discharged Soldiers. Government was  now dealing with
   civilians and businessmen with parliamentary connections with the
   devaluation on Soldier's estates.

   Government gave civillians, along with the speculators, rent
   remissions, devaluation on Soldier's Holdings, no improvement value,
   new title numbers, which are not published in THE NEW ZEALAND GAZETTE,
   as was  required by Law. This too, came with a new contract for the
   civillians without any timber cutting right's, along with a new
   renewable 66 year lease, with the Right of Purchase. All these
   privledges were given to speculators by Government for the milling of
   native virgin forest on Soldier's Estates. Shameful.

   Today Government has committed treason, for when treason has been
   raised to the right authorties within Parliament, this must be
   investigated and not ignored. [57]Refer to all Government
   communications including Audio with the memo to the.
   [58]( 121 Sitting Members in NZ Parliament, dated 13/7/2017 )

   Who is  also responsible  for the Office of Treaty Settlements through
   the Treaty of Waitangi. This claim has been refused to be recognized
   under the Treaty of Waitangi as a Native. ( Refer to First SCHEDULES
   ARTICLE THE THIRD) Treaty of Waitangi 1840--1975.

   The question is.  " Why would our claim go through the Office of Treaty
   Settlements to be reviewed, when the Ministry of Justice along with the
   Waitangi Tribunal will not recognize my claim as a native within the
   Treaty Settlements?"

   Under the wai 2500  Maori Military Veterans have been recognised by
   Government, where Government refuses to recognise our claim with
   documentation of proof being provided as events since 2010.

   This explains where our historic documents of evidence along with years
   of our  research has been used to advance Treaty claims under wai 532
   from our corrupt lawyer, Janet Mason of Wellington NZ Click on letters
   30/06/2013  [59]A . How many other Treaty claims have been advanced by
   other people's research? ( Refer to the correspondence to Judge Issac
   who is heading up the wai (2500 )

   Click on [60]13/10/2015 and the response [61]11/03/2016

   Government selling off soldiers estates by hiding it under Native Land
   Act of 1909 Section 385 making this freehold, where the government can
   then transfer into Provisional State Forest over to State. In the eyes
   of those who wished to prosper from the (native) timber wealth, would
   see commercial interests appear to contrive, through those sympathetic
   in the government (of the day), to make it theirs. Section 10 of the
   Discharged Soldiers Settlement Act 1915 was for the protection of our
   veterans to stop the speculators.[62] Refer to the Ministry of Justice
   report on page 7 paragraph 15. If the Ministry of Justice had done
   their research they would realise what section 10 was.

   It is quite clear that they have not read the D.S.S.Act 1915 and with
   these maps above, proves that the speculators were NOT the soldiers,
   but the GOVERNMENT. The D.S.S. Bill of 1915 Hansards debates had their
   final reading on the 14/9/1915. Parliamentary Debates (Hansards) makes
   this perfectly clear for the protection of our soldiers.

   These three documents above show that Government are hiding Soldiers
   Holdings under false sections,  3, 5, and 6 do not exist and have not
   been gazetted as stated.

   The tragedy is the realisation that my forebears who had fought for
   King "without competition" and Country, were granted land as a gift for
   services rendered from the King to be administered by the New Zealand
   Government, in recognition for their enormous contribution. This was
   later ruthlessly cleared for its natural resource by influential
   commercial interests with the apparent cooperation of certain
   government ministers from 1914 to the present date.

   It is my ambition to seek redress on behalf of my grandparents and my
   98 year old dad and those who sacrificed so much, so that part of
   history is set right for the Kiwis who gave of themselves to defend our
   country and ultimately lost the very thing they had fought to hold most

   Endean's  timber merchant of Auckland acquiring soldiers holdings

   Businessman from Auckland requiring Soldiers Holding's with Government
   assistance behide closed doors. ( Backroom Boy's 1914) lese majesty.

   In order to capitalise on other balloted farms' timber merchants from
   Auckland were signing their own contracts for the cutting rights, with
   the backing from the government. The Peterson block drew special
   commercial attention.

   The Transfer [63]Deed of K15922 does not exist,so therefore how does
   the Government transfer the deed?

   Government created a new document to hide K15922 to benefit the
   Auckland timber merchant. (Endeans Sawmill Co. Ltd. Of Waimiha)

   [64]Refer to the Ministry of Justice report that states there is little
   information on Endean. Within our collection we have many files on
   Endean, from 1916-1990.

   Government illegally bankrupting and subdividing Peterson's Holding
   while he was serving again for his country in Samoa.

   Remember that the Waimiha land parcels honoured a commitment from the
   Crown to the returned soldiers who had fought for King and Country in
   World War One.

   The Auckland Mounted Rifle in Egypt awaiting transport to Gallipoli.

                            His Majesty King George V

   My dad recalls how his mother, my grandmother Marjorie use to get upset
   when delivering the mail to see pack horses had died exhausted through
   mud on the tracks and been discarded down the bush tracks, where she
   frequently rode. My grandmother was very familiar within these back
   blocks, Marjorie rode for His Majesty Postal Service for the Rural
   Delivery , for she was the only communication to the outside world
   delivering the mail for the settlers in the outbacks of the King
   Country, which is located in the central North Island. My grandparents
   block had 20 tracks going off in all directions. They were not
   unfamiliar with the rigors and hardships that lifestyle presented.

   One of the 40 tracks on Peterson's property used by Majorie when
   delivering the post by horseback.

   By 1920 they were established and had a small cheese factory to try to
   provide much needed income, putting the money received into fulfilling
   their contract with the Crown on the Waimiha land.

   My family was excluded from Revaluation of property. This remained at a
   high rate, while the neighbours were assisted by Government to devalue
   Soldier's Holdings by  70% at the same time Government had sent my
   grandfather to serve in Samoa.

   Then to have the estate sold on to a civilian at a fraction of it's
   wealth in 1929. Under 216 of the Land Act 1924 and Section 12 of the
   Land Laws Amendment Act 1927.  It is debatable whether my family were
   aware of this, as decisions made in Auckland did not reach into small
   isolated settlements, miles from the nearest town that lay through
   rugged bush that had no electricity, no phone and a bullock track,
   impassable in Winter.

   Advancements were declined on two occasions. This was non compliance
   under section 6 of the act from the NZ Land Board, 1921 & 1923.

   There are three documents above showing how Government assisted
   neighbours  financially on several occasions, but not in the case of my
   grandparents. They were finding it increasingly difficult to make the
   farm profitable, without the grass seed required as a necessity of
   their life. (Refer to the D.S.S Act 1915.) My family were the orginial
   pioneers, who had worked so hard for years to break in the land and
   create a working unit for their future generations, which was required
   under the Act. This we do know through the historic evidence; that my
   family had no intentions to abandon the estate, let alone have the
   estate go through an illegal bankruptcy for a timber merchant, to have
   some speculator take advantage with Government assistance.

   Endean from Auckland, a Timber Merchant and publican who was assisted
   financially on all occasions to ( Refer to paper past) bankrupt
   farmers  [65]([66] Auckland Star, volume LVIII,issue 127, 1 June 1927)
   for their timber rights.Then to have influence of power behind closed
   doors in Parliament, to have my grandfather drafted with the Military
   Police in Samoa  around that time, leaving no man to take care of the
   estate and his family.

   Dad recalls his dad saying:  "We are going to starve." This gave the
   Government the opportunity to illegally seize the estate.They then
   proceeded to put my grandfather through an illegal bankrupcy for non
   compliance of contract, while he was serving in Samoa, having been

   Why would you draft a returned veteran, the only able bodied man with a
   young family who had a  farm which needed constant attention. When
   there were Military Police available?

   The question in hand is: Why would the New Zealand Government want my
   grandfather out of the Country in his time of family need ?

   My dad was only a boy of nine having to take on manhood as his
   grandparents were elderly, left with his younger sister and mother. If
   it were to be challenged, for the failure of the Government to comply
   with the Discharged Soldiers Settlement Act  1915 under Section 6 for
   Advancements and the contract with the binding law, embarrassing
   questions would have to be answered, as they would be today.

   Government refused to act on the evidence of Historic documents that
   were provided, whereas support is provided for the Treaty of Waitangi
   with a similar claim. Refer to the audio of the overview dated

    All went to war as British subjects 1914-18.

   In fact, the Government had compromised their own Minister of Lands
   (D.H.Guthrie) on the 13th February 1921 when the Act clearly stated
   that farmers in the Petersons' situation, be deemed exempt from payment
   of rent if financial assistance were required. In William Magnus
   Peterson's case the Government was in breech of their duty in declining
   dad's parents twice, once on the 31/2/1921 and again on 31/8/1923 ( two
   of which declarations are shown below).

   After receiving ballot land under the D.S.S. Act of 1915 with mortgage
   repaid in 1927, the family was forced to walk off as there were limited
   resources provided by Government for the farm's further development and
   the absent of the only able man of the family, William Peterson his
   wife Marjorie, their children Noel and Phyllis along with Hugh and
   Fanny McNeight their grandparents  by agendas that bore no concern
   towards the pioneering spirit of farming families and the close
   communities they lived in at that time.

   Peterson's mortgage is repaid in full.  In reading through the Ministry
   of Justices report the obvious question that is asked was why he had a
   mortgage when it had been repaid. No further investigation was carried
   out.  (Refer to the Ministry of Justice report)

   The document above is one of the reasons why the New Zealand Government
   today is refusing to redress the wrongs. The Government introducing
   Laws to take advantage of our Soldiers by introducing forfeiture on
   freehold title under [67]Section 118 of the Land Act of 1924.This was
   to benefit Members of Parliament and their speculator friends. This law
   of 1924 would not apply to our Soldiers Holders under the Act.

   Comment from the Ministry of Justice states the need for further
   investigation, as they cannot understand why Peterson had a mortgage on
   Soldier's Holdings. Funny that !

   This claim should never have been passed over to the Office Of Treaty
   Settlements from the Primary Production Select Committee, for they were
   aware that the OTS is a part of the Ministry of Justice with the
   support from the Solicitor General into the wai 2500 Maori Military
   Veterans claims.[68] (Refer to the Solicitor General's letter dated
   16/6/2017) . This is showing racism under Section 6 of the Treaty of
   Waitangi, stating one must be Maori. Is this not a conflict of interest
   by the New Zealand Government? Why is the Government acknowledging the
   Maori Veterans but refusing to acknowledge this claim? We all served as
   British subjects.

   This is not an historic Maori Land claim, where it can be settled
   behind closed doors on a marae.

   The answer is -  It's too late, because after the Government
   investigation finished in 1932, thousands of our heroes were forced off
   their holdings, rather than face starvation. In some way, you could
   call this a political holocaust. Refer to audio Some Members from the
   Select Committee were pointing the finger at the Labour Party for their
   actions towards our soldiers. For these events in history, was not the
   Labour Party at fault ?

    The fraudulent agreement  ref.17/1/100. Endean forfeited this contract
   because of non compliance.

   3 million board feet was to be removed for the purposes of building a
   mill. Note the dates.

                              Fraudulent signature.

                          William Peterson's true signature.

   Marked in blue is Peterson's real signature, which has been copied from
   his letter in 1936.

   The other signature is forged for the Timber Merchant, Endean, with the
   support from the Commissioner of State Forest.

   One of the only two files retrieved by the Ministry of Justice showed
   that there was no agreement with Matiere Sawmill with regard to the
   State Forest Service ( file 17/1/100) which is held in Archives NZ.

   Ministry of Justice is covering its' tracks. The contract for 12 years'
   cutting rights, for 3,000,000 board feet, was only to erect a timber
   mill by Endean as stated on document above and in files for 1 year, not
   12 years. Government required the whole estate for milling.

   Once again the merit of the Ministry of Justice needs to be questioned,
   along with our Justice system. For the report from the Ministry of
   Justice, received on the 14/ 2/ 2017, on which they base their report
   on only two files, Government are lacking the evidential documentation.
   We have well over 300 authenticated documents, and the origins for our
   historic claim.  This does not include the private collection. This
   explains why our Government is in denial. When we attended Parliament
   on 3/11/2016, they did not wish to view the evidence of truth. (Refer
   to some of our Historic documents from our research evidence.)

   There are many more research centers than Archives Wellington. The
   Government should have explored these avenues before making any
   decisions and before publishing their report, seemingly with no
   accountability and merit. (Refer to Solicitor General 5/4/2017)

   My grandfather was the only returned veteran drafted into Permanent
   Military Forces 1928 from his Soldier's Settlement Waimiha District
   under the Defence Act of 1909.

   This region is in the middle of the North Island known as the King
   Country. For the remaining members of my family, my great grandparents,
   Hugh and Fanny McNeight who were elderly, along with my grandmother
   Margorie, my dad who was only 9 and his younger sister, all buried
   together as a family in the King Country. Government had forced three
   generations from their Estates.

   Government has denied 6 generations of their entitlement under the
   British Sovereign as natives. All for the wealth of some of the most
   dense native forest in the North Island of New Zealand. My family had
   no alternative but to walk away. Government was determined to destroy
   our  family unit for a timber merchant, even though the mortgage on the
   estate was paid off.

   Above is my grandfather (centre) when serving with the Military Police
   in 1928 in Samoa and below under Permanent Forces. Note that his name
   has been changed and is now spelt with an (e), with very little
   information about him on his Samoan .
   Here the Government is falsifying his military record for the benefit
   of Endean (timber merchant)

   Note that the spelling of Peterson and signature are incorrect. Would
   it not be reasonable to suggest that William Magnus Peterson knew how
   to spell and sign his own name ?

   Military form. No marriage, no children, no longer a farmer or the
   previous region  where he had been farming for 12 years prior.
   Government changed his status. Government had Peterson drafted into
   Samoa so that they could put him through bankruptcy while serving in
   Samoa. This then gave Government and a prominent businessman the
   control of the Peterson's estate, along with all timber rights.

   The First and Second World War Military records show that Peterson was
   spelt  and signed correctly. (Refer to Military Records in Historic
   documents) Back in 1921, Peterson's contract for the timber rights was
   only for 3,000,000 bt to erect a mill only. Government changed the
   spelling of Peterson with an (a) (Paterson.) This too had another
   forged signature of Peterson with the incorrect spelling. This from a
   law firm that was representing the timber merchant.

   In the Parliamentary Debates 1914 a committee was formed known as (The
   Back Room Boys.) This was to address serious issues that they thought
   need not to be raised in Parliament, as these issues could be redressed
   behind closed doors.This is the beginning of a Committee who had chosen
   to go against King and Country for personal and financial gain on
   Soldier's Holdings.  ( Ref: NZ Year book 1931 pg. 413 revaluation of
   Soldiers Property.)

   The Members of the "Back Room Boys" extended not only into Lands and
   Survey and other important Government Departments. This gave them an
   opportunity to use their powers to introduce other legislation to take
   advantage of our Soldiers. [69]Refer to dated 28/04/2017 to Prime
   Minister of New Zealand. Still waiting on reply.

   This was to benefit the Backroom Boy's and their mates for financial
   gain, alleging  that the property had been 'abandoned' while he was
   serving in Samoa and that the contract with the Crown had not been

   This was not the case, as my family had fulfilled the contract and
   beyond, towards the Crown. Soldier's were powerless to address these
   treasonous activities that Government created against the Crown. This
   is happening to us today.

   [70]( Refer to document dated 5/4/2017) The Solicitor General and her
   reply dated on the [71]( 16/5/2017 ), along with the list Officials
   have chosen not to address the treasonous activities towards our
   returned veterans from the Great War. We are getting the same treatment
   with the same response from Government today. The soldiers never stood
   a chance. History is repeating itself (Refer to Parliamentary Debates
   from 1892--1954).

   The parties that we have involved are: Lawyer, Janet Mason, Legal Aid,
   Judge Issac, Judge Doogan, Law Society, Law Commissioner, Ombudsman,
   Susan Devoy (Race Relations, Human Rights Commissioner) Amy Adams,
   Minister of Justice, Ministry of Justice, Crown Law, Legal Aid
   Tribunal, Chris Finlayson, Waitangi Tribunal, Minister of Defence, nine
   members from the Select Committee, Solicitor General, Governor
   Generals, (past and present) Auditor General, Serious Fraud, Andrew
   Little, David Parker, Winston Peters, Te Ururoa Flavell, Prime Minister
   (Bill English) Media. Our Government conspired against our soldiers
   for  over 100 years. Now it's catching up with them.

   Documentation of proof has been provided over the years to the
   Parliamentary Members and Government Departments who hold the
   portfolios and who are responsible for redressing our Historic
   grievances. ( soldiersclaim.) Government could not provide nor respond
   to any information when requested, using the Official Information Act.

   [72]( Refer to Memo dated 13^th July 2017 to all Sitting Members of
   Parliament. )

   When one has a degree hanging on the wall, does not mean that they are
   the expert? The report from the Ministry of Justice suggests that they
   are[73]. Refer to Ministry of Justice report dated 14/02/2017.

   The Acts that Government conspired, leading to illegal bankruptcies on
   Soldiers Holdings for financial gain, has affected thousands of
   Veterans and their families. If the veterans knew what was taking place
   behind closed doors within our New Zealand Parliament, when conspiring
   to go against our King and Country with our heroes, this would have
   been a national scandal and a major political issue, like it would be
                                                  [74](Refer to W.G.
   Allan's masters thesis from 1967,  University of Canterbury, 1967 :
   Page: 43. National scandal including

   [75]political issue, including to the present date. )

   When Peterson returned from Samoa after being stabbed in the head,
   there became a breakdown of their family unit, he then moved North to
   where his parents resided. His father was a sea captain. William Magnus
   Peterson was also a seaman of knowledge, for farming was not the only
   blood line that ran through his veins. Knowing the coastline very well
   over the years, he then gave his services again for W.W.11, for he had
   a sea captain's knowledge.

   At this juncture it is clear to me having researched archives and many
   other Government Departments over the past 9 years, to discover these
   facts that from the start of tenure there were people in and outside of
   Government who conspired to see these returned veterans compromised for
   capital and commercial gain. Hugh McNeight would have felt he had lost
   everything - first their only son, then their farms and then the
   hard-working life style they would have been accustomed to, Hugh died
   1928, one year after being forced to leave their lifestyle behind. All
   for timber.

   Waiting on the assignees decision.

   The Government bankrupting William Magnus before the final report was

   Assignees decision showing that all monies had been paid in full.

   1929 would prove to be a pivotal year. Whilst he was serving in Samoa,
   the Government sought to bankrupt William Magnus in his absence. This
   was all pending on the Official Assignee's decision. The decision from
   the assignee was that all debts had been paid in full and asked for him
   to be released. Bank statements show payments going into their farm
   account up until 1936. ( Refer to documents below )
   The 1937 statement does not account for any payments made from Peterson
   over the

   Having served in Samoa as a part of the New Zealand Military Police
   contingency he had returned to New Zealand in the belief that his
   estates were still solvent and the declaration above is a testament of

   Not satisfied, the Government went against the Assignee's decision in
   1929 and bankrupted them before the decision  was finalised.

   The estate had been transferred under Section 385 into the Native Land
   Act of 1909, then transferred to Provisional State Forest, then into
   State Forest ownership. The estate sold on improvement value for 405,
   with rates deduction and a devaluation of land. Remember this went to a
   civilian. My family's estate was then subdivided by government - all
   with new contracts -  while my family were going through bankruptcy
   without their knowledge. (Real quick)

    This must go through arbitration under Section 9 of the Land Laws
   Amendment Act 1912 and Section 33 of 1913

   It is doubtful that my grandparents even knew of this on his return
   from Samoa in August, 1929.  My grandfather had refused to sign the
   cutting rights for the milling of native timber from their estate. This
   sticking point ran contrary to the interests of those who wished to
   take control of their estate. All the Peterson and McNeight clan were
   interested in was to farm and for the trees to stand as a testament to

   The milling company finally had what they needed to prosper, and by
   1938 had finished a horse-drawn tramway to the property ready to erect
   a timber mill. To this day not one virgin native tree is standing.
   Again shameful.

   The Government illegally leased the estate to a civilian excluding the
   trees with a new 66 year lease for a minimum rental of 5 per annum in
   1931 not recognizing the existing improvements and value that had been
   made to section 2 Block V Hurakia S.D. (survey district). This came
   with no timber rights.

   Government and the timber merchant Endean, now had full control of all
   timber cutting and milling rights on my grandparent's estates. This
   would explain the outcome of the Government investigation into the Land
   Board for the misuse of Soldiers Accounts after an 11 year
   investigation. It's taken us almost 11 years also to uncover the misuse
   of soldier's accounts and to retrieve all documents of the parties

   The only bit of protection for our returned servicemen was published
   at the end of the investigation, by then this was too late. The
   Government breached all aspects of the bidding laws that were laid down
   to protect our veterans to prevent this ever happening. This was
   acknowledged in the New Zealand Gazette, dated Thursday the 19/2/1931
   pg. 409 under (Board of Trade Trading-stamp Regulations; Regulations,)
   (5) . This would have covered the illegal bankruptcies on Soldiers
   Holdings back then. This has never been addressed nor actioned  by
   Government, even today.

   [76](audio)   and [77] ( Overview of Primary Production Select
   Committee 3/11/2016 ) Treason has been raised on three occasions in
   Parliament. There is a reason why Government will not address the
   treason as they have the most to lose, starting with Regulations (5)
   Trading-stamp Regulations. Still stands today.

   It is relevant that in 1936 the 'Fair Rents Act Law' was passed by
   Parliament. This meant that not only returned veterans but civilians
   carrying any existing debt would have been written off. For all the
   sacrifice that my family has given this country you would expect the
   Government to have respect and to address this, not to have covered it
   up. This also includes the media today.

   Today we understand why the Peterson and McNeight families have been
   discriminated. ( Refer to documents Ministry of Justice 14/2/2017)
   Government expert Professor Ashley Gould changing the course of history
   to enhance his thesis and the Treaty of Waitangi. (Proof of gratitude)
   . This is one of many reasons that we choose not to use his thesis as
   reference to further our research, as it has many flaws which you will
   see in his published report. In the court of law, he has no credibility
   nor merit.

   All of our 9 years of dedicated research to date have led us to
   conclude that they, the families, were compromised and badly
   misrepresented by the Government. It was a breach-of-duty to a returned
   serviceman. (see photo below).

   I am seeking redress on behalf of my 99-year-old father, Noel William
   George Peterson, who also served his country off snd is William Magnus
   Peterson's only son, badly compromised in life by the loss of family

   This is my father Noel William George Peterson just before leaving the
   shores for war W.W.11. 1939-1945

   In order to progress this claim and bring action, we need to take this
   out of New Zealand for our Justice system in New Zealand is too
   corrupt. You have just viewed the history of our justice system, past
   and present, as it pertains to our claim.

   What conclusions have you reached?

   This photo is my grandfather in the Auckland Mounted Rifles, William
   Magnus Peterson before leaving the shores for war. W.W.1  1914-1918

   The man holding the sign 13th Auckland Mounted Rifles is my

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   My grandparents, dad's parents, above on the left, Margorie Spence
   McNeight & William Magnus Peterson, their wedding day, 1917. Above
   right, my mum & dad married before dad leaving the shores for war;

   This needs to be addressed urgently, and we would appreciate any
   assistance to allow us to bring justice to our family and the many
   others, for one of your ancestral veterans could also be a victim of
   these horrendous crimes of treason. Legal support for funding for a
   challenge against themselves, even though they do fund challenges for
   others (more well-known) land claims.

   We are looking for financial support to take the New Zealand Government
   to court and to hold the Government accountable for their actions, past
   and present. Donations would be used only for legal representation, as
   all documentation has been gathered for a successful outcome. Donations
   (recorded) can be made to our [78]GIVE A LITTLE page under
   soldiersclaim. The account "W.W.1.SoldiersClaim" BNZ account
   02-0412-0139420-066 Rotorua.

   Thank you - my dad is not getting any younger for him to see justice.
   Our time is ticking for our Military Veteran's, our Heroes.



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