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Kings of Death College – 3rd student killed

Posted by te2ataria on May 17, 2010

In Kings of Death College Part I, Moderators asked:

What is it they do to the kids at King’s College?

Two Three Students Found Dead in Little Over 2 Months in the Same School

Auckland’s Kings College is dealing with its third tragedy this year after the death today of a Year 11 student.

A 15-year-old student at “Kings of Death College” was rushed to Auckland Hospital in a critical condition “after a fall” last night. He died earlier this afternoon, the media reported. .

“Support from chaplains and counselors is being offered to students and parents.” A report said.

What we want to know is the whereabouts of the &*&%^$ college chaplain was when the boy “fell.”

For those of the readers who are just following this tragic farce from Act III, a  16-year-old King’s College student James Webster died last week and another student William Thode, a boarder at King’s College in Otahuhu, south Auckland, left the school in a body bag in February.

Informed sources tell us that another student from King’s college went missing in August 2009, which the police knows about, but there has been zero publicity about the case.

The Moderators are convinced something really evil is happening in King’s College, and the authorities know about it!

Why haven’t the police released name and nationality of the deceased student?

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