Tu devrais avoir honte
Posted by te2ataria on March 7, 2016
Pathological specimens in INZ, police, courts, government… making kiwis the butt of every joke!
French teen held in Queenstown police cell overnight and deported for ‘suspected babysitting’
Australian couple disgusted with New Zealand immigration authorities in Queenstown after their 18-year-old French au pair was locked in a cell overnight before being deported.
“Manon Pache, 18, had been working for the Australian couple for four months before the December 2015 holiday. New South Wales vet Dr. Pip Johnston told the Otago Daily Times (ODT) that she offered Pache a week off in Australia or a free trip to New Zealand, with no pay or expectation of work.”
Johnston described the INZ officer as “incredibly rude and unreasonable”. She told the ODT that a distressed Pache called her from the police station, and complained that she was “not even allowed” to call the French embassy or access her belongings. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/77616834/French-teen-held-in-cell-and-deported-for-suspected-babysitting
DAY 81 of latest TOURISTS or truth? campaign in NZ
About two-thirds of the road fatalities in New Zealand go unreported by police, or unrecorded by Minitru.
Ministry of Transport (heavily doctored) Road Toll:
One dead after car crashed into fence
A man in his 20s was killed after the car he was driving crashed into a fence on Mullins Rd in Papakura, Auckland, just before 10pm on Sunday, March 6.
- Blog estimate: [About 900 people are killed on NZ roads each year.] Most probably, up to 173 road fatalities have occurred in NZ since 1 January 2016.
Fatal crash, Oreti Plains, Southland – update 2
Monday, 7 March 2016 – 4:10pm. Police have confirmed that one personwas killed as a result of the crash on the Winton Wreys Bush Highway, Oreti Plains, in Southland. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/serious-crash-oreti-plains-southland-update-2
News in Drips…
Two foreigners were killed “freediving” off Great Barrier Island
Police have finally released the names of two men who were killed off Great Barrier Island, at Cecilia Sudden Bay early Sunday. They were Igor Petrenko, 31, and Gena Sibaev, 55. Police have not revealed the cause of death.
Names of dead in Patea fatal crash re-released
Police are still investigating a fatal crash between a car and tanker truck, which occurred on 25th February 2016, on Patea’s Egmont Street.
Police confirm that the three who were killed in the crash were Cherylene Alison Bayne aged 61, John James William Bayne aged 64 who were brother and sister, and Chantelle Nikita Giles (nee Broughton/Nillson) aged 22.
The driver of the tanker who probably committed suicide after the crash can now be named as Michael Douglas Fairclough aged 53. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/names-dead-patea-fatal-released