Police brutalise, we pay!
Posted by te2ataria on May 18, 2016
Police pay confidential settlement to Auckland teenager
What’s missing in this costly inequation? Definitive police accountability, perhaps?
Ella Eketone, who was 15 in 2013, was thrown on the concrete floor by a police scumbag with such force that it knocked out two of her front teeth and caused other facial injuries.
Eketone’s lawyer has confirmed that a “confidential settlement” had been reached with the police.
It’s not known whether the scumbag would be promoted, or relocated and then promoted. http://www.stuff.co.nz/auckland/80086077/auckland-teenager-receives-confidential-settlement-from-police
News in Drips …
Disease kills orchard and jobs
Seven jobs and more than 8,000 pear trees trees at a Glenfield pear orchard will die next month.
“The trees will be pulled out because 80 per cent are infected with fire blight, a bacterial disease that kills branches and shrivels the fruit. Eventually the whole tree dies.”
Police still clueless as to identity of fiery vehicle crash victims
The two people who were killed in a crash on State Highway 1 south of Waiouru about 10pm on Monday night have not yet been identified by our incompetent police force. [Possible clue: They are foreigners?]
Girl, 15, raped in Miramar
The victim was raped in the street about 7.50pm on Sunday, May 15, in Miramar, police said.
Marlborough accused says another man violated a friend with a broom
With friends like this, who needs the secret police. A Marlborough man charged with sexually violating his friend with a broom handle in February last year has blamed it on someone else. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/80109972/Marlborough-accused-says-another-man-violated-a-friend-with-a-broom
Timaru’s air pollution the worst in Australasia, figures reveal
Timaru had a PM2.5 annual mean level of 15 micrograms per cubic metre, and a PM10 level of 28 micrograms per cubic metre, making it the worst in Australasia, according to new figures released by the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Timaru has recorded two high pollution nights this year, with levels of 55 and 51 respectively, and had 26 high air pollution readings in 2015. http://www.stuff.co.nz/timaru-herald/news/80075184/Timarus-air-pollution-the-worst-in-Australasia-figures-reveal
High-powered weapons stolen from Northland property
Collector or not, why would anyone in Gragville need 11 sub-machine guns and assault rifles? Were these weapons licensed? Were these guns disabled in anyway, in case they were stolen?
This story sucks, folks, especially because police believe “the guns were stored properly”.
Senior Sergeant Rob Huys said police are “very concerned that these firearms are now likely to be in the hands of the criminal fraternity and the obvious risk that this poses”.
[And don’t we just need a brave, teen-bashing police force to protect us from the criminal fraternity?]
Elderly Wellington man’s decomposing body found in Housing NZ flat
What happened to love thy neighbour, and every now and then pay them a visit, so their dead corpses don’t decompose? http://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/news/wellington/80148843/elderly-wellington-mans-decomposing-body-found-in-housing-nz-flat.html
Truth hurts New Zealand tourism. The average tourist would not visit this country, if they knew true extent of the daily carnage on our deadly roads. Therefore:
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”.]
About 2.7 million licensed drivers, half million or so unlicensed/unqualified drivers and more than one million tourists (per year) drive on New Zealand death roads.
A large number of the above drive a vehicle under the influence (illicit drugs, banned substances, prescription medication…), while intoxicated, fatigued or mentally unfit, resulting in inordinate numbers of fatalities and injuries. [Other factors for the carnage include deadly roads, road unworthy vehicles…]
Between 2001 and 2014, New Zealand’s vehicle fleet reportedly increased by 32 per cent, while the population grew by 16 per cent and foreign travel was up by 15 per cent. And over the last 10 years the number of international visitors has increased by about 30 per cent.
Today is DAY 153 of the latest NZ TOURISTS or truth? (police censorship of road fatalities) campaign
- Blog estimate: About 900 people are killed on NZ roads each year. [Most probably] up to 345 road fatalities have occurred in NZ since 1 January 2016
How do they do it?
Police manipulate the road toll by censoring reports of fatal crashes, while the Ministry of Transport simply delete the unwanted road fatalities, even from their published records.
- Miracles in Godzone: Police, Transport Ministry bring back to life two more dead motorists!