1. Corrections refers prison pamphlet to police over concerns it might incite riot  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Prison pamphlet praising Waikeria riot referred to police over concerns in could incite violence  New Zealand Herald
  3. Māori Party calls for 'urgent inquiry' into 'inhumane' treatment of inmates in New Zealand  Newshub
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Corrections has called in the police over a prison pamphlet expressing support for a destructive riot, and Minister Kelvin Davis has used it as a political cudgel.Corrections has called in the police over a prison pamphlet expressing support for a destructive riot, and Minister Kelvin Davis has used it as a political cudgel.

"People must serve their time, but not at the expense of basic human rights and dignity.""People must serve their time, but not at the expense of basic human rights and dignity."

Māori Party calls for 'urgent inquiry' into 'inhumane' treatment of inmates in New Zealand | Newshub

Rawiri Waititi is asking the Speaker to correct the record after Davis' attack.Rawiri Waititi is asking the Speaker to correct the record after Davis' attack.

Prison pamphlet praising Waikeria riot referred to police over concerns in could incite violence - NZ Herald

A pamphlet from a prison reform lobby group discovered at Spring Hill prison, described as "basically inciting people to disorder", has been referred to police.A pamphlet from a prison reform lobby group discovered at Spring Hill prison, described as "basically inciting people to disorder", has been referred to police.

'Inappropriate' pamphlet found at Spring Hill prison referred to police | RNZ News