Actually Blow, your simple conclusion is overly simplistic (as per usual, really). Let's look at your UARB for one. Upon it sits a lawyer formerly in the service of NSPI. Conflict of interest? No, not to you Blow. The process itself that is set? Check it out for yourself, my dear Blow, because it is actually completely arbitrary and at the discretion of NSPI whether or not to turn your power off. That is the process. If NSPI decides to turn your power off, they do, and if they don't, they don't. But do a little research for yourself and don't take my word for it.
And if you have a problem with NSPI shutting off your power? The arm's-length body that investigates your claim is actually headed by Don Farmer, himself a former NSPI employee. So you can bet he's got the average Joe's welfare at heart. Also, if you've got the money and time to hire a lawyer to plead your case, well, there's two sets of rules on NSPI's process. I'm so sorry you seem to think that NSPI's set process is some kind of tablet from the Mount by which We Must Adhere. I personally think you've been worshipping a golden calf for far too long. Pray you don't fall on hard times, and try not to come to such simplistic conclusions. It makes you look overly simple.
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