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5. Why Deborah Howell Death Suspicious

Posted by te2ataria on January 4, 2010

Sent by a reader in Auckland [edited by TEAA]

Deborah Howell was at least the 4th high profile North American killed in New Zealand in recent years

Yesterday the blog reported:

Deborah Howell, 68, a veteran editor and former Washington Post ombudsman was struck by a car and killed near Blenheim, New Zealand.

Today, a reader who had searched the blog archive wrote:

The death of Ms Howell becomes even more suspicious when you realize she was at least the fourth high profile North American to be killed in New Zealand in recent years.

In May 2006, Clifford Wayne Senter, 57, a construction-business owner was killed when he fell nearly 1,000 feet allegedly after climbing out of a helicopter on a mountaintop while hunting in New Zealand.


In January 2008, Kathryn Jane Barnett, 49, president, co-owner and publisher of Pique Newsmagazine in Canada, was fatally injured when a vehicle struck her bicycle.

In their initial reports, all of which have since been altered to short neutral bulletins, even the New Zealand corporate media admitted that ” the Canadian tourist was killed in mysterious circumstances.”


In February 2008, Alan Paul Leger, a 57-year-old executive from Boston, USA, was killed in New Zealand in mysterious circumstances.


In April 2009, the blog contributors  submitted:

A number of foreigners missing in New Zealand comprised wealthy individuals who were murdered for their money.

Key individuals within the SIS and NZ Immigration, who have access to private information on foreigners and are trained on surveillance and murder techniques, as well as a number of bank officers in international banks operating in this country are directly involved in the murders.


Even coincidences have a habit of not occurring too often! —something Yogi Bear might have said.

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