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Jan Molenaar Was an Ordinary Man

Posted by te2ataria on May 15, 2009

send by a reader in Hastings [Edited by Moderator]

Jan Molenaar, RIP

May be he was no folk hero, but he wasn’t a monster either! He was just an ordinary bloke protecting his partner!

Hundreds, possibly several thousands, of friends family even total strangers gathered to farewell Jan Molenaar at his funeral in Hastings today.

NZ SAS shot Molenaar three times, killing him with the first shot. The police initially said two of the three shots fired at him were fatal.

Now they have changed their story again: “Molenaar was found dead with a self-inflicted gunshot wound when police entered his Chaucer Rd home on Saturday,” one false report said.

He had returned home from a walk on Thursday last week to find the police bullies interrogating his Maori partner as they turned his house upside down looking for a cannabis plant.

He repeatedly warned the officers to live his partner alone, but they became cockier. As they were about to turn on him, the victim shot three of them. One died.

“Molenaar was initially taken to Ruahapia Marae near Hastings before being transported this morning on the back of a customised Ford V8 truck to Crestwood Chapel in the city.” A report said.

“Family members rode on the back of the truck while a procession of motorcycles followed closely.”

Tributes flowed for Molenaar in the Hawke’s Bay Today newspaper:

“My dear son. May you be at peace with yourself. We all love you,” his father wrote.

Perhaps,  the most poignant tribute came from his Maori partner. Molenaar’s partner Delwyn Keefe said she was the luckiest person to have had him in her life and he had left her with golden years to treasure.

“A great man with a big heart and a smile that would light up the world,” she wrote.

His siblings thanked him for their years together.

“Bye for now big brother.”

His body would probably be cremated to remove any and all evidence to prevent a future autopsy by an independent coroner.

As was totally expected, the Independent Police Conduct Authority has decided not investigate police actions that led to the armed siege Molenaar’s home in Napier because, you guessed it, “he shot himself [sic.]”

You can’t fool all of the people all the time!

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