Inmate executed in Christchurch Woman’s Prison?
Posted by te2ataria on July 15, 2016
Inmate Liana Jaime Kahi found dead in Christchurch Woman’s Prison
Liana Jaime Kahi, who was jailed for in 2012 for nearly four years after robbing pharmacies in Christchurch, was found dead in prison.
She was released last year, but had since gone back to prison. It’s understood she was due to be released again shortly.
Christchurch Women’s Prison director Wayne McKnight said the prisoner had died on Tuesday of an “apparent suicide.”
At least 85 prisoners have been executed or otherwise found dead while serving a prison sentence in New Zealand since 2010.
Doctored data released under the Official Information Act [it lends an air of legitimacy] indicated that of these deaths, 38 were deemed unnatural and 47 were the result of a natural causes.
Psychiatric female patient found dead; was it antipsychotic drug side effects?
“A woman on leave from a Hamilton psychiatric hospital has been found dead near the Waikato River, shortly before her planned discharge from the mental health facility.
“The 24-year-old was a voluntary patient of the Waikato District Health Board’s mental health services. She had been given leave to go out without a staff member and failed to return. Her body was found in bushes near the river.”
“Questions have been raised about Waikato’s mental health services since the death of Nicky Stevens in March last year. Aged 21, Stevens was found dead in the Waikato River, after being released from the Henry Rongomau Bennett Centre, a DHB psychiatric facility.” http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11675427
Live by the Gun: Man shot [dead] by police in Rotorua remains in “intensive care”
We tasered him three times and used pepper spray, but could not subdue him because he was under the influence of “a substance”, possibly methamphetamine, said Bay of Plenty [of Death] District Commander Superintendent McGregor.
“Witnesses have described seeing police chase the man through a busy intersection and yelling at him to stop before shooting at him at least twice.”
If police really cared about their prey, they would have shot him in the leg or arm (less than 2 per cent kill rate), instead of opting for double chest shot, with more than 98 percent kill rate.