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NZ Police Hit Squads Murder Two More People

Posted by te2ataria on October 9, 2010

Police murder two men in yet another ‘high-speed’ chase in the Bay of Plenty

The driver and his passenger were killed when NZ police hit squad  vehicles gave chase near Te Puke,  Bay of Plenty [of murders.]

As usual the police have concocted their own stories and usual excuses, but informed sources say the victims’ four-wheel drive vehicle was doing under 50 km/hr in a 40-km-per-hr zone.

Police Record for January to September 2010

  • 1,312 police pursuits
  • 211 ending in crashes,
  • 18 deaths [in 12 pursuits]
  • 82 serious injuries

[Moderator’s Note: The actual Death and serious injury figure could be closer to 200.]

Other Police Stats [also cooked]

“The authority analysed 137 pursuits in the five years to December 2008 and found that 24 people were killed, 91 seriously hurt and 122 had minor injuries. Police make about 2000 pursuits a year, and one in four ends in a crash.” according to a report .

For extensive back ground on police hit squad murders in New Zealand, see links below:

6 Responses to “NZ Police Hit Squads Murder Two More People”

  1. joe smith said

    [Use the dictionary button. Moderator]

  2. te2ataria said

    “One man is dead and another in critical condition after a car crashed following a high speed police chase in south Auckland last night.”


    [Moderators’ Note: The stats provided in the Stuff NZ report are cooked.]

  3. te2ataria said

    “[At least] Two people have been killed and four injured – one critically – in two separate police pursuits in Auckland this weekend.”


    Meanwhile …

    “The IPCA found no aspect of police officers’ conduct could be faulted over the deaths of Steven John Gorrie and Makoto Izumi in Dome Valley, near Warkworth, north of Auckland, on April 4 and Ricky Allan Forbes near Murchison, 130km southwest of Nelson, on February 21.” NATURALLY!

  4. earlybird said

    I hear New Zealand is putting in a bid to host the royal honeymoon. Offering that famous “fairy tale experience”. With what happened with the prince’s mum and all that, it might not be good to invite another high-speed car chase death into his family’s history!

    [Well said. Besides, rumbling quakes and volcanic ash could hardly work as replacements for cheering crowds and paper confetti. Moderator K.]

  5. te2ataria said

    @ Earlybird

    APA the Maori seer says the issue of hosting the honeymoon is not a chance discussion; there’s a powerful curse involved, and Aotearoa (New Zealand) is one of the world’s most fertile grounds for fulfilling curses.

    • te2ataria said

      @ Earlybird
      Speaking of curses, APA just informed us that he has detected a “locked” curse to befall John Key’s son by a father who lost his firstborn as a result of Mr Key’s actions. Here’s a unique opportunity to sit back and observe how powerful curses work.

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