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Archive for February 16th, 2010

Olivia Rutherford Tragedy: Suicide or Foul Play?

Posted by te2ataria on February 16, 2010

Under a highly-predatory sociopolitical regime

Our teenagers fear for future easily transformed into self-destruction

Body of the missing Wellington 15-year-old Olivia Rutherford
was recovered from Wellington Harbour this morning

The body was retrieved from Wellington Harbour about 11.30am and was formally identified by her family this afternoon.

New Zealand has the highest male and female youth (15-24 years) suicide rate within the 13 OECD countries, despite the latest Ministry of Health [doctored] figures.

An online survey of 500 teens, aged 15-18, carried out in January, revealed that the overwhelming majority of them feared the future.

  • 43% lacked confidence to achieve the things they wanted to in life.
  • 39% were concerned about ever being able to get a good job.
  • 38% did not feel connected to their local community.
  • 48% worried about disappointing friends and letting parents down.
  • 46% believed they would one day live in another country.
  • 46% wished they had more confidence to make new friends.
  • 18% knew peers who were subjected to violence in the home on a daily or weekly basis.  [Source: Baseline Consultancy]

Our children aren’t a priority in this country. The most important issue is how the earthly can be manipulated to boost the net worth of a few dozen people whose assets are worth more than a third of New Zealand GDP.

The system is not geared to ensuring future security for our kids; it’s there to guarantee the status quo would never change!

Sent by a reader:
Bullying’ link to child suicide rate, charity suggests
13 June 2010

“A bullying prevention charity has called for more official data on child suicide and research into its causes.

“Beatbullying found that up to 44% of suicides among 10- to 14-year-olds may be bullying-related.

“The charity said 26 out of the 59 cases reported in the national media were linked to intimidating behaviour.

“Its report was published to mark the second anniversary of the death of 13-year-old Sam Leeson.

“Beatbullying said the Office of National Statistics had recorded 176 cases of suicides of 10- to 14-year-olds between 2000 and 2008 in England, Scotland and Wales.

“It then searched national press reports on the issue and said at least 14% (26 of 176) were clearly linked by the press to bullying.

“However, the press covered only 59 cases and the charity thinks up to 78 of the total could have been related to bullying.

“It also said nearly every bullying-related suicide identified the school as the main source of the bullying.” […] https://www.bbc.com/news/10302550

Edited by D.H., Moderator K.

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Police should have abandoned high-speed pursuit: Report

Posted by te2ataria on February 16, 2010

Edited by DH

How could they?

High-speed pursuits one of the reasons why the b*stards join the PIGS

“Police should have abandoned a high-speed pursuit through inner city Christchurch which resulted in a young mother being seriously injured, Independent Police Conduct Authority report has found.” The Press reported.

The scene of crash on Durham Street in which Laura Henry (inset) and another person were seriously injured. Police photo/ The Press.

Laura Henry, 25, came withing inches of a violent death, when Thomas Joseph Hancy, pursued by the police, crashed his car into her at an intersection on December 5, 2008 a.

During the high-speed chase “Hancy who was driving a stolen car ran a red light and crashed into Henry’s Toyota which was passing through an intersection.”

As a result of her “life-threatening” injuries sustained during the crash, Henry spent eight weeks in hospital.

“A front-seat passenger was also seriously injured, and Henry’s five-year-old daughter, restrained in the back seat, suffered minor injuries.”

According to the report Officers A and B [what, names suppressed, again?] were “not justified in commencing a pursuit under the Police pursuit policy.”

[Oh…, so the idiots do have a policy, but is invariably ignored by the pigs?]

“The officers did not properly consider the risks before deciding that the immediate need to apprehend the offender outweighed those risks”. The Press reported.

Officers A and B who were giving chase in an  unmarked police cars broke all the rules (what little there was), failing to  communicate with the Police Southern Communications Centre.

Hancy was found guilty of causing grievous bodily harm and is currently serving1 51-months sentence. Officers A and B have since been promoted.

ALL NZ POLICE should undergo TRAINING for a minimum of 10 – 20 years, depending on the officers’ IQ ratings: Commonsense

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