Another foreigner murdered in New Zealand
Posted by te2ataria on April 2, 2016
Homicide in Kilbirnie, Wellington
Police have confirmed the identity of the latest foreign murder Victim. He is Kiong Thai TAN [known as Bill]. He resided at an address in Mahora Street, Kilbirnie, Wellington.
The homicide occurred at about 9.50 am Wednesday the 30th of March 2016 in Kilbirnie, Wellington.
A 49 year old Wellington Male has been arrested and charged with the Murder of Mr. TAN, police said. He appeared in the Wellington District Court yesterday. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/homicide-kilbirnie
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.
DAY 107 of the latest TOURISTS or truth? campaign in NZ
More road fatalities occur in NZ on Saturdays than any other day of the week. However, to keep the road toll low, no fatal or serious road crashes have been reported today (as of 9pm).
To protect the tourism industry, about two-thirds of the road fatalities in New Zealand go unreported by our political police, or unrecorded by Ministry of Transport [“Minitru”.]
- Blog estimate: About 900 people are killed on NZ roads each year. [Most probably] up to 230 road fatalities have occurred in NZ since 1 January 2016.
Serious Road Crashes
Based even on the government’s doctored data, an average of 25 crashes occur on NZ roads each day, resulting in 31 reportable injuries including 14 hospitalization (8 serious injuries) and at least one fatality.
That is 525 crashes over the past 3 weeks, resulting in 651 reportable injuries including 294 hospitalization (168 serious injuries), and at least 21 fatalities.
However, no more than about 50 serious crashes have been reported over this period.
What happened to the remaining 475 or so crashes over the past 21 days???
[Heavily Doctored] Motor Vehicle Crashes in New Zealand 2014
- 268 fatal road crashes
- 295 deaths
- 8,614 injury crashes
- 11,219 people injured
- 405 deaths
- 2,531 serious injuries
- 11,920 less serious injuries
In 2002, according to the official data, there were:
- 404 deaths
- 5,200 hospitalisations
- 14,000 injuries
- 1.5 deaths per 10,000 vehicles
- 10 deaths per 100,000 population
- The cost to the taxpayers was more than $3.5 billion.