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Three dead bodies and the clueless clods

Posted by te2ataria on October 2, 2015

Death of person found on Waiheke Island not suspicious: police

By now most readers must know the meaning of “not considered to be suspicious”, a phrase often used by NZ police.

What does it mean? Try “we have found yet another badly decomposed human remains in an unusual place, but haven’t a clue how it got there. We simply lack resources [read brainpower and training] to solve hundreds of such mysteries each year”.
Police message posted at http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/death-person-found-waiheke-island-not-considered-be-suspicious

Death No. 2
Fatal house fire in Ponsonby (Auckland City)

The house in Brown Street Ponsonby caught fire just after 2:00 am and the the body of one person was located in the building once the fire was extinguished. No details of the victim or the cause of the fire are available.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/updates/39008

Person crushed to death in Whangarei

A person was killed by a truck at a worksite in Whangarei on Friday, according to a report.

A Worksafe spokeswoman said “the initial information we have is that there has been a crushing incident. That’s as much as we can say”, which was truly informative [and it covers their backside indefinitely.]

Police said they could not possibly comment. “The Worksafe are leading the investigation.”

2 Responses to “Three dead bodies and the clueless clods”

  1. Sonya Ash Pryor said

    The term ‘not suspicious’ is a police term with a meaning that no one else understands. Like the words ‘care’ and ‘alleged’. Words with hidden government meanings and a perversion of the English language. I could not see how a body so badly decomposed that you could not tell the age or sex of the person, could be ‘not suspicious’, obviously they dont know yet, But being honest and saying this is not a strong point of the NZ police.. They get paid to lie and plant evidence.

    • Sonya Ash Pryor said

      A missing man’s body was found recently in a remote place, this was ‘not suspicious’ too. South island.

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