Friends had contacted a social service organisation receiving government funding called "Atareira", which was linked with another organisation called "Oasis", and asked for assistance, specifically asking that a staff member go to Te Whare Ahuru and assist me.
So in due course, on 3rd June 2011, a woman was ushered in by staff at Te Whare Ahuru who introduced her to me as "Elaine Winchester" - I took one look at her and said "You're Elaine Crozier, and I know you from the Carterton Community Centre." The woman denied this repeatedly, saying she was NOT Elaine Crozier and had never seen me before. She was lying - deliberately. She knew perfectly well that I had been Secretary and Finance Officer of the committee who had employed her, and that I had queried her appointment and the process of appointing her and the fact that she had provided no curriculum vitae or references. Elaine Crozier/Winchester's employment at the Carterton Community Centre was short lived because she colluded with the corrupt and incompetent group of District Councillors who had been involved for years in ripping off the funding of the Centre and it's dozen or so bank accounts, all funded by charities, our taxes, etc. The victims of these rip offs were the poor, the disadvantaged, which makes the frauds even more despicable.
Five months later, on the 11th or 12th November 2011, I realised exactly who she was after she posted extremely insensitive and offensive material on her facebook page following the death of Ceridwen Allom, aged 15. Elaine Crozier/Winchester first posted a music video with the words "posted for youthful Ceridwen, suicided this week aged 15 of Masterton special daughter of close friends of my son Hugh we have lights guiding us" - this is a clear breach of section 71 of the Coroner's Act 2006:
"71 Restrictions on making public of details of self-inflicted deaths