NZ Gang Rape ‘No. 55,983’
Posted by te2ataria on July 18, 2013
Sent by a persistent reader:
New Zealand clocks up yet another [one more] gang rape
Woman abducted and assaulted in Waitara
By: Jacqui Stanford, | Latest Crime News | Thursday July 18 2013 14:57
An 18-year-old woman has been abducted and sexually assaulted by up to five men in the Taranaki town of Waitara.
She was taken from outside a house on Cracroft Street and put into a dark-coloured, large station wagon between three and 3:30 this morning.
The teenager was driven towards Waitara beach and was sexually assaulted before she managed to escape.
She ran to a nearby house, and locals drove her home before police were called.
Detective Sergeant Gerard Bouterey says police need to hear from anyone who may have seen the vehicle, as well as the Good Samaritans who took her home.
He says while it appears to have been random incident, the community needs to remain vigilant and keep its eyes peeled for any suspicious activity.
1080? Nick Smith says let’s have more of it !
In fact, the only thing more prolific and ubiquitous than gang rape and murder [“unsuspicious death”] in New Zealand is the use of 1080.
“Conservation minister Nick Smith has thrown his weight behind calls to expand the use of 1080 to more of the conservation estate, saying he expects a report from the conservation department in a matter of weeks,” according to a report.
“Each year around 3500 tonnes of the pellets are dumped in around one million hectares of conservation land and Smith says he is backing the calls to increase that programme.”
“I am totally satisfied that 1080 is the most effective tool that we have to be able to ensure survival of many of New Zealand’s iconic native species,” Smith said.
“The message from the commissioner is we can do more, I think she’s right and that is what I’m getting the department to explore.”