Eighteen killed, four critically injured on QBW: Confidential source
Posted by te2ataria on June 7, 2016
Carnage on NZ roads much worse than reported: Confidential source
At least 18 people were killed and four others near-fatally injured on NZ roads on Queen’s Birthday Weekend (QBW), according to a confidential source.
The manipulated road toll for previous years were as follows.
In 1989, when there was little or no systematic censorship, 13 road fatalities were reported on QBW.
In 2012, only seven road kills were reported, and the released figure for 2009 was 10 fatalities.
In 2013, the road toll for QBW was completely suppressed by the authorities. In fact, a strict campaign of news censorship by police/government meant that only 253 road fatalities would be reported during the entire year. [Statistically, the road toll is 12 for the long weekend.]
- Eleven reported road fatalities so far on Queen’s Birthday Weekend, and counting
- Eight reported road fatalities so far on Queen’s Birthday Weekend
- [AT LEAST] Six killed on NZ roads so far this weekend
- Devoted father and avid motorcyclist visiting from Australia killed in Huntly
Truth about the daily road carnage would hurt New Zealand’s $10 billion tourism industry…
Today is DAY 1,721 of the 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 393 road fatalities have occurred in NZ since 1 January 2016
- No of road fatalities recorded by Minitru: ONLY 152 [as of June 7]
Other News in Drips…
One killed after multiple car crash on State Highway 1
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Man killed in Mt Taranaki fall
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Magnitude 5.6 quake strikes Southland
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High-risk rapist moved near another school
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The convicted rapist, who has temporary name suppression, was released from prison last month to temporary accommodation near the grounds of Te Kura Maori o Nga Tapuwae in Mangere East, sparking outrage when the school was not told.
Kura pupils said they filmed the man making hand and tongue gestures to them. http://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/news/national/high-risk-rapist-moved-near-another-school/
There’s a good person even in ‘Sewage City’
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