Frigging cop goes to court to keep ‘licensce to kill’
Posted by te2ataria on October 3, 2016
Sent by a reader in NZ’s ‘Crime Capital’
Rotorua area commander Inspector Horne sticks to his guns: The right to use police car as a lethal weapon!
A senior police officer accused of being in a driving incident in his police car could lose his licence, and possibly his job, if he fails to overturn his latest driving infringement notice.
Rotorua area commander Inspector Bruce Horne has reportedly filed a suit to fight his own police force in court, forcing Commissioner Mike Bush to stand him down from “duties.”
In this backward country, we call it freedom of information
Bush refused an interview. And Horne would say only that it was not related to speeding and he still carried a full licence. “It’s an issue between me and some other people and is not public information. I have nothing more to add,” he said on Saturday.
Police have been very reticent to disclose details of the June incident. They refuse to say when it happened, where it happened, what type of driving offence he was accused of, or what other people were involved.
Horne is a hands-on type of guy. In April 2013, he was beaten in the car park of a Wellington supermarket “while five staff and a security guard looked on and smiled.”
Frigging Prime Minister: It’s easier to count rodents than kids in poverty
“… putting a number on how many children are living in poverty is admitting there’s a problem, or even worse, a crisis.”
Another rugby player in a coma after match
West Coast rugby player Brogan Watt, 23, remains in a coma after undergoing emergency brain surgery after losing to Poverty Bay in Greymouth on Saturday.
He is the umpteenth NZ pro to receive fatal/near fatal injuries while playing violent sports in recent months.
Name release, Wallacetown fatal crash
The man who was killed in a crash in Wallacetown on Wednesday 28th of September was 21-year-old Mark Algodon, police said.
Another fatal quad bike crash at farm in Ashburton
Johnathan Madera, 50, was killed instantly when the quad bike he was driving crashed into a fence at a farm on Blackford Road, Mount Hutt, in Ashburton.
The crash occurred at around 6am, on Sunday 25 September 2016. However, police took eight days before reporting the incident and [presumably] informing Work[Un]Safe NZ. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/fatal-quad-bike-crash-farm-ashburton