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British Tourist Killed by Angry Fish?

Posted by te2ataria on February 22, 2012

British tourist’s death not suspicious, any more than …

There’s nothing suspicious about the death of a British tourist whose body was found in the Tongariro River near Turangi on Monday, NZ police farce has said.

The body of Jeremy Norris, 45, said to be  a regular visitor to New Zealand and an avid fly fisherman, was found floating on Tongariro River.

“Suspicious death” in New Zealand police parlance has quite different meanings to what is generally understood.  It may mean that “given the circumstances,” it was not difficult to comprehend why he was killed/found dead.

Or, “people have been killed/found dead in this country in far more suspicious circumstances than this one.”

Alternatively, “scores of foreigners have lost their lives in New Zealand for far less than the latest victim did/said/implied/thought…,” or words to that effect.

The death has been referred to the Coroner together with the standard police advice as to what the cause of death MUST HAVE BEEN: “NOT SUSPICIOUS!”

On average, 3 foreigners are killed in New Zealand every 4 days.

The British tourist was the 2,419th foreigner to be murdered/killed/found dead in ‘nonsuspicious circumstances’ in New Zealand since January 2000.

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