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NEWS BLACKOUT in New Zealand: DAY 22

Posted by te2ataria on January 8, 2016


It’s no longer about reporting road murders, it’s all about keeping the fatalities within a predetermined figure!

However, the police will have a hard time concealing the fatalities that are reported by foreign media [and are routinely left out by the local media until they become common knowledge,] like the following examples:

So, how tight is the ongoing censorship noose? Judge for yourselves, [and let’s hope you haven’t been influenced by the “fuzzy logic” taught at a local school.]

Fatal crashes year to date [according to the Ministry of Transport ]
As at 8 January 2016 there were 6 fatalities
Same time last year: 7 fatalities

Latest reported road-murders:

However, we’ve come across a few more “murder mysteries”.

Woman killed by a stranger
A middle-aged woman, possibly a foreigner, was exercising in leafy Remuera yesterday morning when she was attacked by a man with an unspecified weapon. Her body was found about an hour later .

“We don’t have any evidence to indicate that the accused was known to the victim,” said police.

“The alleged murderer handed himself into the police hours later, with a weapon. Charged with murder, he will appear in the Auckland District Court today.” http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11570679

Woman killed in fall from Auckland building 
A woman was killed after falling from the third floor of a building on Eden Crescent in central Auckland on Wednesday. http://www.stuff.co.nz/sunday-star-times/latest-edition/latest-news/75674499/Woman-dead-after-falling-from-third-storey-of-Auckland-apartment

Auckland man’s body recovered from Coromandel stream
Police said the 32-year-old Auckland man set out canyoning by himself on Saturday near Table Mountain, Thames.

“He came into grief  in a river,” said Senior Segreant Rupert Friend of Waikato Police.

[The “river” is actually a stream with less than 8 inches of water. And Senior Segreant Rupert didn’t say how he knew details of the dead man’s “grief”.]  http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/75602873/auckland-mans-body-recovered-from-coromandel-stream

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