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He Didn’t Like Enemy Choppers on His Land

Posted by te2ataria on August 13, 2009

Apartheid NZ – pakeha Injustice

Apartheid NZ Courts Suck, Big Time!

Daniel Whetu Ormsby, 44, of Tokaanu, was charged with, wait for it, “damage endangering or likely to endanger a helicopter in flight.”

He was also charged with assaulting the pussycat pilot with stones.

Meet the Guy Who Didn’t Like Enemy Helicopters on His Land

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[Defiant] Daniel [Whetu] Ormsby is led to court to face charges relating to rocks [allegedly] being thrown at a helicopter [in self defense,] Taupo, New Zealand, Tuesday, July 21, 2009 Credit: NZPA /John Cowpland. Image may be subject to copyright.

The helicopter allegedly suffered “$20,000 worth of damage,”  hit by 4 small rocks, as it idled on some of the remaining Maori land near Waihi Village,  south of Lake Taupo on July 21, 2009.

When asked why he throw a rock at the helicopter, Ormsby  reportedly “cited the Te Ture Whenua 1993 Act and said he lived by the principles laid out in its preamble.

That legislation is meant to ensure Maori ownership of the land.

The alleged attack which took place in self defense and the defense of the land, lasted less than a minute. How long would it take to pick up a rock, aim it at a helicopter, and hit it with such force that it causes that sort of damage?

Any way, that was 24 days ago!

Although the alleged offense took place 24 days ago, the apartheid  New Zealand’s racist court system has kept Ormsby in custody since July 21, 2009. That’s how “pakeha justice” works for Maori.

Whereas the law in most other countries forbids the police/ system to remand people in custody for more than 24 hours, New Zealand’s Apartheid system keeps Maori in cage for months.

Evil Judge James Weir once again denied Ormsby’ application for bail today and remanded him in custody until August 27. If Ormsby survives the customary “accidental murder attempts” while in custody,  he would appear in the High Court at Rotorua in two weeks, when he can re-submit another bail application. By then he will have been kept in a cage for 38 days.

Police have reportedly opposed bail previously, “saying Ormsby was ‘passionate’ and ‘driven’ to defend his land and his beliefs.” Reports said.

How is this called a “justice system” when you keep a man in a cage for 38 days because he threw a stone at a helicopter in self defense?

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One Response to “He Didn’t Like Enemy Choppers on His Land”

  1. Darren Ormsby said

    Daniel is my cousin and we went to school together in Turangi and also played rugby together.

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