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NZ among most corrupt nations in the world

Posted by te2ataria on March 31, 2009

NZ least corrupt nation in the world joke revisited

In September, the blowing-pakeha-trumpet NZPA and its sidekick Stuff NZ dot CO published a disinformation piece titled ‘NZ least corrupt nation in the world.’

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/641556

The Moderator couldn’t stop laughing loud for a couple of hours, and replied

You must be bloody joking!

Transparency International, reportedly a George Soros brainchild (or is it child brain), was apparently behind that farcical misreport. [Compare with this report for legitimacy.]

Seriously, if the extreme corruption by NZ government, judiciary, military, police [and security intelligence service -sic,] NZ branches of UN organizations… the corporate fraud by companies like Fonterra … as well as the dishonest gene of perfidious pakeha could be ignored just for a moment, as impossible as it is, then of course New Zealand could appear as if it’s as little corrupted as Finland!

In case you are wondering why the Moderator indulged in a revisit, see the recent developments in the following areas:

Where Transparency International fails to back its ridiculous statement about this country being among least corrupt nations, this blog provides ample information as to why New Zealand is among the most corrupt nations in the world.

Posted in Fonterra, John Key, NZ judiciary, nz police, UN organizations | Tagged: , , , , | 5 Comments »

Fighting for $1.62 an hour

Posted by te2ataria on March 31, 2009

sent by a reader

Fighting for $1.62 an hour as $10m missile vanishes in a flash

I’d say you have a big problem if you let the ‘boys’ play with expensive fireworks while the workers that feed them have to fight for an extra NZ$1.62 an hour. —A NY psychologist

Catering workers at the New Zealand Air Force Ohakea “defence” base near Palmerston North are reportedly planning to strike over wages on April’s Fools day.

Their Service and Food Workers Union (SFWU) spokesperson said the workers could not reach an agreement with Compass Group PLC, their employer, despite six months of negotiations.

“The strike action followed a 24-hour work stoppage on Monday,” a report quoted the union representative as saying.

The strike action comes amid an expensive and entirely unnecessary  “missile test” by NZ military which cost their taxpayer an estimated NZ$10 million.

A NZ Army Warrant Officer Class One receives about NZ$75,000 base salary plus lots of allowances and extras, whereas the catering workers are expected to live on less than NZ$22,000 for comparable work. http://www.odt.co.nz/news/national/49761/air-force-catering-staff-strike-over-wages

This is totally sick and unfair!

Coming in the next few weeks …

How do we know that PM John Key is lying when he says: “As far as I am concerned we are not changing our anti-nuclear legislation.”

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Posted in Air Force catering staff, Compass Group PLC, missile test, Service and Food Workers Union, SFWU | Tagged: , , , , | 7 Comments »

Govt. Desperate to Downplay Missile Test

Posted by te2ataria on March 30, 2009

Establishment-owned NZPA attempts pathetic cover-up!

About three hours after posting:

How to burn $10m of taxpayers’ money in a flash

It’s interesting how the establishment after reading the above suddenly scrambled to downplay the military exercise and misreport the cost of missile at $350,000 without uttering a single word about the cost of preparation, practice,  fuel, maintenance, etc.

The establishment-owned NZPA was so desperate to deceive the readers,  they even included the “350,000” figure in the stuff.co.nz URL to make it look “official.”

The fictitious figure of $350,000 is repeated three times in their 100-word “news” article.

EEEhhaa!!

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/2302233/Navy-launches-350-000-missile

The wholesale cost to the USAF of each AGM-65G was US$269,000 [$540,000] in 1999 .

http://www.f-16.net/f-16_armament_article4.html

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How to burn $10m of taxpayers’ money in a flash

Posted by te2ataria on March 30, 2009

Now you see it; now you don’t!

The wasteful morons at NZ “Navy” and “Air Force” burn $10million of taxpayers money in the sea in a blink!

The wasteful b*stards at NZ “Navy” and “Air Force” teamed up for a night launch of a live missile at a sea-based target, the right-wing NZ herald proudly reported.


The NZ “Navy” helicopter fires $10million of taxpayers money into the sea (top) and returns to the frigging Te Mana. Photos supplied.

To everyone’s relief, both the Sky Tower and Auckland’s Harbor Bridge were spared. [Can you imagine shooting a live missile into 1 million cubic meter of sewage?]

A naval Seasprite helicopter launched an air-to-surface missile, and returned to the frigging boat Te Mana. An Air Force P3 Orion also took part in the exercise east of Great Barrier Island.

The cost the taxpayers? Between $5 -$10 million, depending on how you calculate the wasteful “exercise.”

Is New Zealand “Navy” and “Air Force” a match for the Chinese? Americans, perhaps?

Well may be not. But they can stop the Australian military dumping their sewage over here!

Let’s hope there were no American tourists near the missile firing range!

Posted in Auckland, Great Barrier Island, NZ missile test, P3 Orion, Sky Tower | Tagged: , , , , | Leave a Comment »

Sewage by Appointment

Posted by te2ataria on March 30, 2009

Hutt Valley sewerage pipe spews effluent into the sea

Up to a million cubic meters of sewage is being pumped into the Waiwhetu Stream, close to the Hutt River mouth over two weeks, as the sewage pipe ruptured in five places between Seaview and Pencarrow, the Dominion Post reported.

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Waves of Sewage: The sewage overflow is carried toward Wellington harbor by the Waiwhetu Stream at Seaview. Image: PHIL REID/ The Dominion Post. Image may be subject to copyright.

The entire area is severely polluted and poses risks to fish, birds, animals, insects and even pakeha. However, the greater Wellington regional council said on Friday that they had detected only  “moderate level of contamination.”

“Yesterday, council environmental regulation manager Al Cross said water monitoring during the weekend showed the water was safe to swim in again. Anyone who ignored the signs and was drawn by the weekend’s sunny weather to swim would probably have been safe, ” the report quoted him as saying.

“Saturday’s reading showed one discharge point near Days Bay was four times the safe limit for effluent, but it was not near a beach and the discharge had stopped by yesterday.”

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/2297542/Sewage-spills-into-Wellington-harbour

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Infanticide: Don’t blame it on the recession

Posted by te2ataria on March 29, 2009

sent by a reader

“Sudden surge in child abuse cases”

Sunday Star Times reported record numbers of violently abused infants who have been recently hospitalized in South Auckland with severe injuries. The [nincompoop] police and child welfare agencies blame the violence on the economic recession.

It has been revealed that at least seven babies were admitted to Auckland’s Starship hospital in the past month or so with suspected non-accidental injuries.

The region’s average was reported to be one abused baby every six weeks admitted with severe non-accidental injuries including fractured skull, broken limbs and brain hemorrhages.

“We are very close to concluding some of the investigations. If at the end of that investigation it appears that they are non-accidental injuries, who inflicted them will be charged.” Said [Defective] Inspector Mark Gutry, of Counties-Manukau police.

“Tau Huirama, chief executive of the child abuse network Jigsaw, said New Zealand averaged about 10 child abuse deaths a year.” Star Times reported.

“I can’t help but think we’ve got a national catastrophe on our hands . . . It’s got to that stage.”
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/2299592/Sudden-surge-in-child-abuse-cases

The Poisoning Of New Zealand

However, neither of the two organizations admits the connection with the chemical poisoning in New Zealand, and the deadly role that it plays in increasing the frequency and severity of the violent child abuse cases. Hundreds of thousands of tons of pesticides have been used in New Zealand over the last 100 or so years. Hundreds of thousands of tons of chemicals are buried or stored in New Zealand in the last  70 years, most of which are now leaking into the environment.

If you are looking to find the real cause of the inordinate level of violence in New Zealand, then try searching for the “offenders’ genes,” those that are mutated by chemically-induced mechanisms that render their DNA defective.

You’ll find that the economic recession is NOT the cause of child abuse, while it may be one of the switches that merely triggers the defective gene(s) into deadly action.

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Another Tourist Goes ‘Missing’ in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on March 28, 2009

The incompetent New Zealand  police are reportedly seeking information about a German tourist who has gone missing.

Marcel Schuppenhauer, 33, stayed at the Bark Bay Hut in the Abel Tasman National Park  on March 21, his second night on the Abel Tasman Track. He has since gone missing, police  said.

Schuppenhauer was traveling alone, and should have arrived in the city of Takaka at the beginning of this week. Stuff NZ said.

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/2297308/Information-wanted-on-missing-German-tourist

Stabbing Victim Named

Meanwhile,  a father of four, who was savagely stabbed to death in South Auckland late last night, was named as Olo Fiti, 37, who lived in Otara and worked locally.

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10564046

Posted in Abel Tasman National Park, Olo Fiti, stabbed to death, Tourist Deathtrap | Tagged: , , , | 2 Comments »

Never mind the Pavlova, puke room is all pakeha

Posted by te2ataria on March 27, 2009

Alcohol definitely a MAJOR problem in New Zealand

This could have been a 20 questions special:

1. Which group has the lowest number of people with 3-digit IQs?

2. Which country has the largest number of alcohol-related brain damage because of binge-drinking?

3. Which OECD country has the highest rate of 12-year-old kids drinking alcohol and doing drugs?

… and son on.

Instead, it’s about a vomit room planned for after-ball party at Wakatipu High School.

“Parents of some high school students have heard rumours that a vomit room will be set up for the after-ball party next month.” Reports said.

“It seems to be important to go out and vomit rather than have a drink with your mates.”

Alice Sheehy, school student council member, said “it was a time-out room, not a vomit room, and parents were heavily involved in keeping the event safe.”

“I have seen kids as young as 12 (drinking) … and some are doing drugs.” A face-off organizer said.

Source: http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/education/2295068/Booze-culture-worries-parents

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New Zealand: A Deathtrap for Environmental Activists

Posted by te2ataria on March 25, 2009

sent by a reader

The Swiss Knife of French Intelligence Folds—permanently

french-assassinXavier Maniguet: French Navy officer, expert diver, parachutist, acrobatic pilot, sailor, doctor specializing in diving injuries and aeronautical health, French Secret Service agent AND assassin. Photo: AFP. Source:  Ouest France. Image may be subject to copyright.

Xavier Maniguet, 62,  one of a group of assassins who helped destroy Greenpeace ship the Rainbow Warrior was reportedly killed in a plane crash.

Xavier Maniguet, also a flying instructor, was killed when his plane crashed in the French Alps near the resort of Saint-Sorlin-d’Arves.

Greenpeace flagship the Rainbow Warrior was bombed in Auckland Harbor because it  was campaigning against French nuclear testing in the South Pacific in 1985.

Dutch-Portuguese photographer Fernando Pereira was killed in the blast on July 10, 1985.

Thanks (!) to the NZ Security Intelligence Service (SIS), the French Secret Service bombing mission succeeded and Xavier Maniguet escaped without any problem.

Two other French assassins, Dominique Prieur and Alain Mafart, were later jailed for 10 years for manslaughter; however, New Zealand government allowed them to walk free because the French government had threatened to expose the NZ SIS link in the Rainbow Warrior bombing, codenamed operation Satanic.

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Posted in DGSE, Direction Générale de la Sécurité Extérieure, Fernando Pereira, Operation Satanic, Xavier Maniguet | Tagged: , , , , | Leave a Comment »

Another American Killed in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on March 23, 2009

The female student killed in New Zealand last week was an American

celia-kelly-rip

Celia Kelly RIP – another avoidable tragedy in New Zealand steals a loved one from her family and friends.

Celia Kelly, 22, a University of Washington Student vacationing in New Zealand was killed and three others were seriously injured in a head-on collision on State Highway 1 at Maroa, 20km north of Taupo on March 15, 2009.

Two of the other victims who were seriously injured according to the initial report, and whose fates are unknown at this time, were named as UW Students Marie Salmi and Jessica Gowen.

There was no mention of the 21-year-old driver who was critically injured in the accident, according to the initial report.

Unsurprisingly, the names and details of the victims have not yet been released by New Zealand [advertising] media.This goes beyond the traditional pakeha hatred for the Americans.

It’s to do with the News Blackout in the country, which was ordered by the Prime Minister, and which still remains strongly in place. It must be a sad day for the press in New Zealand if they are not allowed to even broadcast the news of an American student being killed in a car collision.

Our hearts go to the family and friends of the Celia Kelly. The Moderator and blog contributors also pray for the full and speedy recovery of the other three students, if in fact they are still alive, namely Marie Salmi and Jessica Gowen, and the driver of the car whose name has not been released.

Death and Injury Compensation

Unfortunately, no amount of money could bring back their loved one, or compensate for the severe trauma, the physical and mental scars, that the other victims have suffered. However, Celia Kelly’s family is  advised to demand full compensation for the death of their loved one. They should sue all of the parties that were directly or indirectly responsible for her death [do not settle for less than NZ$50 million] for the tragic loss of their beloved daughter. [Try a reputable attorney who specializes in ‘wrongful deaths,’ and sue in the United States, if possible.] The families of Marie Salmi, Jessica Gowen and the fourth victim who is unnamed are also advised to sue for the largest amount of compensation possible. This is not about money; it is about the damage to the lives of so many who have to deal with the tragic loss. It is a means of forcing the uncaring authorities to take action to prevent so many avoidable road deaths [as well as murders, rapes and violent assaults on tourists.] It’s a way of stopping the same awful tragedy from happening to other unsuspecting foreign visitors in New Zealand, again and again.

An estimated 95 percent of all rental cars in New Zealand are defective or otherwise unroadworthy. The roads in New Zealand are deathtraps: They are defective in design, poorly signposted and unsuitable for driving. Too many local drivers are unqualified to drive, or drive under the influence of drugs and alcohol.  New Zealand police, themselves responsible for numerous fatal accidents, do little or nothing to ensure reasonable road safety. More foreign visitors are killed on the roads [or violently murdered] in New Zealand than in any other country with the exception of Iraq.

Please read the contents of this blog, including the brief entry at  Death Compensation for more information. Be sure to read the following entries:

News of  how tragically Celia Kelly was killed in New Zealand as released by King5.com

UW student dies in New Zealand crash

12:32 PM PDT on Sunday, March 22, 2009

By TONYA MOSLEY / KING 5 News

SEATTLE – A University of Washington oceanography major died in a head-on collision in New Zealand last week.

Family members say Celia Kelly, 22, was in the back seat of a Toyota when the accident happened.

UW Students Marie Salmi and Jessica Gowen were hurt in the accident.

The students were vacationing in New Zealand after finishing a research trip east of New Zealand, aboard UW’s R/V Thomas V. Thompson. Kelly was researching where iron in the ocean comes from.

“Celia was very passionate. She’s passionate about many things but oceanography was her number one,” said Kelly’s cousin, Sheena Brown.

Oceanography may have been her passion,  but Celia Kelly’s heart was always with her friends and family.

“We all just look at her Facebook page and pictures of her and pictures of her and remember how she would want to be laid to rest,” said Brown.

Brown says the family is extremely close and is devastated by the loss, but she says she takes comfort in knowing that “she was doing what she loved so I don’t think she has any regrets.”

Kelly was a long-time volunteer at the Seattle Aquarium, which will be the site of her memorial service on Thursday evening. Copyright TONYA MOSLEY / KING 5 News.

Celia Kelly’s love for the ocean began with a marine-science class at Garfield High School and grew through more than 800 hours volunteering as a teen naturalist at the Seattle Aquarium.

Ms. Kelly is survived by her parents, Joshua and Joan Kelly; her sister, Melissa Kelly; and grandmother Katherine Bailey, all of the Seattle area; and grandparents Robert and Teresa Kelly, of Sumner.

A celebration of Ms. Kelly’s life will at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Seattle Aquarium, 1483 Alaskan Way. A memorial fund in her name has been established with Washington Mutual. Contributions may be made at any WaMu location. Nick Perry of  Seattle Times reported.

Posted in avoidable death, New Zealand, oceanography, Seattle Aquarium, University of Washington | Tagged: , , , , | 1 Comment »

Three Weekend Road Deaths, One Reported

Posted by te2ataria on March 22, 2009

NZ 2009 Road Deaths 123 – 125 [at least]

Of  a total of at least three killed on the roads this weekend, only one was reported

A woman was killed when the defective vehicle she was traveling in rolled on State Highway 10 near Kerikeri. According to Infector Barry Smelley from the police northern communications center, she was killed at the scene.

Three others in the vehicle were injured. One of the occupants with near-fatal injuries was flown to Whangarei Hospital and two others with serious injuries were taken there by ambulance.

http://nz.news.yahoo.com/a/-/top-stories/5422026

The blog’s statistical model confirms the number of road deaths for 2009 so far (both the reported and unreported numbers killed). According to the model, the average monthly number of road deaths for 2009 are about 48 killed (8 people killed every 5 days, or 584 killed throughout 2009) under the current conditions. [The Moderator believes the average could be revised up, soon.]

A badly decomposed body, possibly of a tourist, was found near Wellington

Meanwhile, a badly decomposed body was discovered in a vehicle off State Highway 2 north of Wellington.

The body had apparently been left there for a few weeks, Defective Sergeant Hardwood of Lower Hutt police said.

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10562916

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What Really Happened to Jude and Millie Whitehead-Richmond

Posted by te2ataria on March 22, 2009

The Hine-nui-te-pō is awoken!

The Curse of Hine-nui-te-pō, axe of Toi-kai-rākau,  and the “Church” of Scientology

Hine-nui-te-pō [Hine Titama] is the goddess of night and death, and the ruler of the underworld.

[This section containing 4 paragraphs was removed by Moderator.]

millie-and-motherJude Richmond and her daughter Millie Whitehead-Richmond. Family Photo. Image may be subject to copyright.

This is how the story has been widely reported:

Less than a week after flying out of New Zealand, the bodies of Jude Richmond and her daughter Millie Whitehead-Richmond, 9, who suffered from cerebral palsy, were discovered in a lake next to their home in Cotswolds village of South Cerney, England.

Nick Richmond Jude’s husband “was trapped in New Zealand getting his passport renewed.”  He was forced to stay behind while his wife and her daughter returned  Gloucestershire.

Nick, 45, said in a statement: “They were everything to me. It feels like my insides have been ripped out.”

The couple, Nick Richmond later confirmed,  “were having relationship problems but had expected them to be resolved.” Media reported

Jude Richmond was a celebrity florist, supplying rock stars and royalty. She sold her shop just before Christmas prior to traveling to New Zealand, where the family were planning to stay permanently.

NOTE: In view of the fact that  a 9-year-old kid with cerebral palsy was the multiple victim of the events, Moderator has removed some of the original content of this post and will not add any more information.

However, it’s hoped that the British police will not rule out the possibility that Millie Whitehead-Richmond and her mother, Jude, were victims of a contract killing.

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SIS spy suspect deported from Pakistan

Posted by te2ataria on March 21, 2009

sent by a reader in Wellington

It’s a sad day for SIS, when their incompetent agents can’t even cross the Afghan border without getting caught!

SIS spy suspect, Mark Taylor, was released from detention in Pakistan and deported, Murray McCully, Foreign Affairs Sinister said today.

“Mr Taylor, 35, was detained by Pakistani security forces on February 11 after trying to enter a tribal region on the Afghan border, identified as a Taliban and al Qaeda stronghold, without permission.” Media reported.

“It is completely understandable that Pakistan authorities were concerned by Mr Taylor’s presence in a prohibited area, and the New Zealand Government is grateful that they kept us informed of Mr Taylor’s situation, and his well-being,” McCully said.

“Mr Taylor’s family [read: the security intelligence service] has asked that no further information is released regarding his current whereabouts, or the circumstances surrounding his detention and deportation.”
[That just about wraps it up, doesn’t it?]

Mr Taylor was prohibited from returning to Pakistan, the report said. [Ouch!]

–  http://nz.news.yahoo.com/a/-/top-stories/5420490/pakistan-releases-kiwi-detainee/
–  http://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/newsdetail1.asp?storyID=154505

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Boy, 10, drowns then grows to age 51 (!)

Posted by te2ataria on March 21, 2009

This Can Only Happen in Poxy New Zealand

Never Underestimate The Power of NZ  Police Stupidity: Take 8,546,873??

A 10-year-old boy was drowned today at Foxton Beach, New Zealand, but within an hour after his death he grew up to the ripe age of 51 !!

A 10-year-old boy was drowned today after being swept out to sea while swimming at Foxton Beach, 40km southwest of Palmerston North, police Infector Michael Coleman said.

Within about an hour Infector Michael Coleman changed his *&^%$# mind. The dead boy grew top the ripe age of 51.

Take 1:

Foxton Beach death

21/03/2009 16:20:02

A boy has died at Foxton Beach after he was swept out to sea while swimming this afternoon.

Police say the 10-year-old failed to respond to CPR as attempts were made to revive him after he was pulled up on to the beach.     http://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/newsdetail1.asp?storyID=154503

Take 2:

Foxton death details change

21/03/2009 17:12:01

A man has died at Foxton Beach after he was swept out to sea while swimming this afternoon.

Police say the 51-year-old failed to respond to CPR as attempts were made to revive him after he was pulled up on to the beach.

When they first released details of the incident, police said the deceased was a boy aged 10.

http://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/newsdetail1.asp?storyID=154508

Interestingly, even the “NewsTalk ZB Auckland 89.4” radio folks noticed the change.

How many people did actually drown at Foxton beach, today?

The $6 questions: Was this another sheer act of NZ police incompetence, or are they complying with strict rules of news blackout regarding the number of deaths reported?

Why would the police be ordered to massage the death toll?

“A sharp increase in the number of recreational-based drowning deaths during summer is of great concern, Water Safety New Zealand (WSNZ) says.

“[Many]people drowned last month bringing the death toll for the 2008/2009 summer to 39 [sic], according to statistics released today. While the number compares favourably to the average of [nearly 100, but that’s also masaged] summer drowning deaths for the last five years, there had been a dramatic rise in recreational-based drownings, WSNZ said.

“Annual statistics over the last five years showed 48 percent of all drowning deaths were recreational, but usually increased to an average of about 56 percent during summer.”

Read more of this report at http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/2248323/Sharp-increase-in-drownings

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Broadcasting the [inordinate] numbers of murders, rapes, road and recreational deaths in New Zealand is bad for the tourism industry. Therefore the statistics are [a closely-guarded state] secret! —A Senior govt official speaking on condition of anonymity

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Sodomy is as New Zealand as Anchor Butter

Posted by te2ataria on March 21, 2009

Don’t pakeha have strange rules?

“A man convicted of having sex with a 13-year-old girl has lost his appeal against deportation, despite claiming that the health of his three children will suffer.

“Sanele Siupolu was 26 when he had sex three times with a 13-year-old neighbour in Auckland. He pleaded guilty and, in August 2006, was sentenced to 18 months’ home detention. A deportation order was issued.”

The Deportation Review Tribunal said:

“We conclude that the humanitarian factors favouring his continued residence in New Zealand are outweighed by the seriousness of the offending. It is not unjust or unduly harsh to deport the appellant.”

However, the very same tribunal allowed South African Stephen Diaz, 20, who was sentenced to two years’ jail for sodomizing a 13-year-old boy, to escape deportation because they were told “Diaz was immature and could not look after himself.” Media reported.

Message to new immigrants: When in New Zealand, stick to the Anchor butter!

[Note: In the original report, The Dominion Post, a broadsheet newspaper published in Wellington, refers to the vile act of sodomy of a minor as ‘having sex with a 13-year-old boy.’ ]

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Posted in Auckland, Deportation Review Tribunal, Sanele Siupolu, Stephen Diaz, The Dominion Post | Tagged: , , , , | 3 Comments »