kiwis are complicit in the deaths of thousands of foreigners
Posted by te2ataria on December 29, 2015
Staying silent amid the carnage and mayhem? You are guilty of mass murder, or at least manslaughter
Under the New Zealand law, there are two main categories of culpable homicide (the illegal killing of one person by another) – murder and manslaughter. Murder is when one person kills another deliberately or while acting recklessly, knowing that death is likely. Manslaughter generally refers to accidental homicide arising from an unlawful act or failure to act, where death could not reasonably be expected.
More than 3,400 overseas visitors, international students, foreign workers and recent emigrants have lost their lives and about 18,000 others seriously injured in New Zealand since year 2000.
The above statistics have been available for several years. We have posted regularly on this website the numbers of fatalities and serious injures sustained by foreigners in this country. [We would consider publishing results of other valid research on the deaths.]
The average NZer, who profits from millions of overseas visitors spending their money in this country, should know by now where they legally stand.
The question now is weather New Zealanders should be held culpable for murder, or manslaughter of so many foreigners.
Are the silent New Zealanders guilty of mass murder because they are acting recklessly, knowing that deaths are likely when they lure the unsuspecting foreigners to this country?
Or are they culpable of accidental homicide, where death could not reasonably be expected?
- Homicide: The killing of one human being by another human being.
- Manslaughter: The unjustifiable, inexcusable, and intentional killing of a human being…
- Involuntary Manslaughter: The act of unlawfully killing another human being unintentionally.
- Negligent homicide is a criminal charge brought against people who, through criminal negligence, allow others to die.