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NZ foreign victim 2,482 murdered in Canterbury

Posted by te2ataria on May 29, 2012

Czech tourist murdered in a South Canterbury forestry block

The female body found in a  South Canterbury forestry block is that of 31-year-old Czech tourist, Dagmar Pytlickova, also known as Dasha, police said.


Czech tourist Dagmar Pytlickova, 31, was the 2,482nd foreigner to be murdered/killed in New Zealand since January 2000.

“Formal identification has yet to be completed but we are confident it is Dasha,” an investigating policeman said.

A second body found nearby in the forestry area was identified as missing Waimate man Jason Frandi, a 43-year-old convicted sex offender, police added.

Police told media on Tuesday afternoon it was likely Ms Pytlickova had been abducted and driven to a remote area where Mr Frandi attempted to have sex with her and then a struggle followed, according to NZ Newswire.

However,  police has not revealed how or why Jason Frandi was killed. Was it suicide? Were  other parties  involved?

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

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NZ kiwifruit pumped with antibiotic

Posted by te2ataria on May 28, 2012

Desperate kiwifruit growers inject their crops with the antibiotic streptomycin

Kiwifruit growers from Te Puke region have admitted illegally injecting their crops with the antibiotic streptomycin in order to stop the spread of PSA bacteria.

“… farmers that are illegally using streptomycin are injecting it into the vines at a much later stage which means that the fruit will contain residues.”  University of Canterbury toxicology professor Ian Shaw told APNZ.

The illegal use of streptomycin also had the potential to create antibiotic-resistant bacteria, he said.

About 94 per cent of kiwifruit produced in New Zealand is exported. In 2009, the kiwifruit export volume topped 365,000 tonnes, worth NZ$1.304 billion.

The outbreak of PSA bacteria, which was first discovered on New Zealand kiwifruit orchards in November 2010, has so far cost the industry about $900 million.

A large number of New Zealanders won’t touch their national fruit with a bargepole!

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A well known ‘s**thole’ indeed

Posted by te2ataria on May 27, 2012

“New Zealand is a well known s**thole

Ever wondered what other people think of New Zealand?

People think of NZ as idyllic and crime-free. It isn’t.

What you see as a tourist is very different from the reality of living there. I spent a year living and working in NZ and would honestly never go back.  – Mobile Chicane

What is weird about that.
New Zealand is a well known s**thole. – Sday12

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New Zealand struck off EU banking ‘white list’

Posted by te2ataria on May 17, 2012

Money laundering and terrorism financing rife in New Zealand

New Zealand has been removed from a prestigious European Union banking and corporate “white list” because of “this country’s weak money laundering and terrorism financing controls.”

The EU has not formally announced why it removed New Zealand, but EU member state Latvia publicly named New Zealand in a letter to Fairfax Media.

“I would like to inform you that Latvia has intended to exclude New Zealand and Russian Federation from the list of countries whose legal requirements of money laundering and terrorist financing prevention are equivalent to legislation of the European Union,” Latvia’s Deputy State Secretary on financial policy issues in the Ministry of Finance, Arina Andreicika, said in the letter.

The EU’s Committee on the Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing maintained that New Zealand no longer had comparable laws to the EU and she added: “Conclusion is based on evaluation of the report on New Zealand laws and regulations of money laundering and terrorist financing prevention in compliance with international requirements and the level of corruption in the Russian Federation.”

The EU struck off New Zealand from its white list on February 8.  More on this story …

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Three More American Students Killed in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on May 13, 2012

Foreigners Nos. 2,468th, 2,469th and 2,470th   killed in New Zealand

The victims might have been still alive today had the information posted on this site reached them

Boston University students Daniela Rosanna Lekhno, Roch Jauberty and Austin Brashears, aged 20 to 21, were horrifically killed on Saturday when their vehicle went out of control on State Highway 46 and rolled 3 times near Rangipo, 10km south of Turangi, in the North Island.

Five other students were injured in the crash.  Margaret Theriault, 21, who was studying in Sydney, remains in a critical condition in intensive care at Waikato Hospital.

“The students were just over a month away from finishing their exchange studies at Auckland University and wanted to see where the Lord of the Rings was filmed,” according to a report.

“While the details of this crash are still sketchy, it appears that poor road design has contributed to this tragedy,” said safety campaigner Clive Matthew-Wilson.

Two other women, Alys McAlpine and Kathy Moldawer, aged 20 and 21, remain in Rotorua Hospital in a stable condition, while Stephen Houseman, 20, and Emily Melton, also 20, were treated at the Taupo Hospital emergency department and later discharged.

All of the students except the woman in a critical condition were enrolled in a Boston University study abroad program in Auckland, says Bernd Widdig, executive director of BU’s study abroad programs,

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

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New Zealand is UNSAFE

Posted by te2ataria on May 9, 2012

‘Bringing attention to the unknown dangers in NEW ZEALAND’

Parents reveal how their son was killed in converted crop duster plane with skydiver instructors HIGH on cannabis

Bradley was killed instantly together with eight others when their deathtrap fell to earth and exploded in a fireball moments after take-off.

SkyDive NZ, the company that organised the jump,  was back in business after two weeks.

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

“Bradley died instantly along with three other tourists, four crew and the pilot when their aircraft plummeted to earth and exploded in a fireball moments after take-off.”

“… two of the tandem skydivers responsible for safety on board — the experienced parachutists to whom novice jumpers are strapped — had been smoking cannabis in the hours before the flight.” Read more…


New Zealand Death Clock
started ticking for the 4 dead tourists the moment they booked their New Zealand holiday. They were among the 9 people killed when their skydiving plane crashed at an airstrip near Fox Glacier on the west coast of South Island.  Photo credit: Christchurch Press. Photo may be subject to copyright.

Police named the dead tourists and others as

  • Glen Bourke, 18, from Melbourne, Australia
  • Annita Kirsten, 23, from Germany
  • Patrick Byrne, 26, from County Wexford, Ireland
  • Brad Coker, 24, from Farnborough, U.K.
  • Chaminda Senadhira, 33, [pilot]
  • Adam Bennett, 47, from Australia [skydiving instructor ]

Others Killed:

Michael Suter, 32, Christopher McDonald, 62, and Rodney Miller, 55, from Greymouth, NZ.

The dead tourists and the other 2 foreigners killed in the totally unnecessary and avoidable crash were the 1,907th, 1,908th, 1,909th, 1,910th, 1,911th and  1,912th foreigners to be killed in New Zealand since January 2000.

At least 2,481 foreign students, tourists and new immigrants have been Killed in NZ between January 2000 and 27 May 2012 [More than 15,000 others seriously injured.]

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