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Will the Missing Aussie Be Found Alive?

Posted by te2ataria on December 5, 2009

The Keyword May Well Prove to Be ‘Olive-Skinned’

An Australian tourist has been reported missing in Lyttelton, about 12 km by road from Christchurch, New Zea;land’s second murder capital. The thick blue line say they are concerned for his safety. They should know!

Michael Craig’s “travelling companion,” who remains unnamed, reported the 45-yo  as missing.

After a drink with his travelling companion the Lyttelton Hotel, Mr Craig left the premises going for a walk at about 2am Friday morning.

He is described an olive-skinned Caucasian.

What, an olive-skinned foreigner with the wrong accent walking at 2:00am near Christchurch gone missing ?

It’s sincerely hoped that Mr Craig  would be found alive and well. Realistically, however, his olive skin may well have determined his fate. 

The thick blue line has released the following bulletin:

Lyttelton

 14:15 05-12-2009

Media Release

Missing Person

The Lyttleton Police are concerned for the safety of Michael Craig, a 45 year old Australian Tourist who has been reported missing by his travelling companion.

Mr Craig was having a drink with his travelling companion at the Lyttleton Hotel and was last seen leaving the premises walking on the Harbour side of Norwich Quay towards Oxford Street, Lyttleton around 2.00am Friday 4th December 2009.

Craig is described as an olive-skinned Caucasian, 175cm in height, stocky build, “salt and pepper” coloured hair with a crew cut style, wearing a two-tone long-sleeved sweat shirt, coloured navy blue and light brown, together with grey track pants.

Any information about Mr Craig or as to his whereabouts can be given to Acting Defective Sergeant Michael Freeman at the Christchurch South Police Station by phoning (03) 363-2571.

Prepared by Acting Detective Sergeant Freeman
5.12.09
13:35 hrs 

Only last night an Aussie reader and blog contributor sent in the following message:

https://newzeelend.wordpress.com/we-grow-thugs-in-nz/#comment-2324

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Another *&^%** Judge Let’s Banker Off the Hook

Posted by te2ataria on December 5, 2009

Selling something that isn’t yours to sell?

That’s what makes the thieving kiwis the lying, miserable, feckless bunch they are, and separates them from decent people!

Provided your actions had an element of malice against, or hostility toward Maori, you may rest assured of the pakeha system of corrupt justice to afford full protection and sympathy.

Craig Nisbet, 45, an investment banker from the sewage city (Wellington), who sold a bach that wasn’t his, walked out of the court a free man after handing over a check for $27,500 to his partners in crime at the sentencing in Hamilton District Court, though he had been convicted of theft. thieving kiwi

[Note: Pronounced Batch, and also known as a Crib, a bach normally refers to a small beach house or holiday home.]

The *&^%** Judge Melanie Harland even sympathized with convict saying Nesbit was a “good man” [and that she would be prepared to give him … anytime.]

Conspiring against Maori in a united front, she said that Nisbet was obviously stressed during the development.

[In other words, although he stole from other people, he really wasn’t a thief. This argument is the norm and consistent with pakeha “logic,”  and is a perfectly valid defense for what the pakeha have done/do in this country, but usually works only against Maori.]

The local Iwi protested against the developers when the bulldozers moved in because the area was a culturally significant site.

In a further exchange of solidarity with the thief, the *&^%** Judge Harland said “it had been a ‘long road’ to get to this point and she knew it had been frustrating for Nisbet.”

Uh … poor Nisbet!

“During the lengthy defended hearing – which was heard in Gisborne, Wairoa and Wellington – Mr Sainsbury said that stress, coupled with the bach problem, led to poor decision-making. There was never any malice involved.” A report said.

Who Paid Noel Sainsbury’s Fees? Is he one of the lawyers under investigation for legal aid fraud?

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