Another day of censorship, secrecy and post truth in the Zombie Democracy
Posted by te2ataria on January 25, 2017
Road Fatalities: News Blackout in Effect!
Mystery surrounds death of 4-year-old Dunedin boy
A truck carrying bobby calves and three young boys went off the road and overturned into a paddock, killing the youngest of the four occupants, a 4-year-old Dunedin boy on January 13.
“The driver, understood to be a Dunedin-based dairy farmer and neighbour of the boys’ family, suffered serious injuries and was taken to Southland Hospital alongside a pair of 6-year-old brothers, who had minor injuries,” said a report.
“I have no idea what his route was, where he was going, or what he was doing at that time of night [and why he was travelling with the neighbour’s three young boys,]” said the policeman dealing with the case.
The boy’s name has not been released, “with a police spokeswoman confirming the family had approached the coroner to get their son’s name permanently suppressed.”
Gay billionaire and Trump supporter another XERO connection
A 193-hectare Wanaka lifestyle block has been purchased by the gay billionaire Peter Thiel, who has apparently become a New Zealand citizen.
German-born Thiel bought $147 million of shares in NZX-listed technology company XERO in 2013, said a report.
“Thiel, a conservative libertarian, supported Donald Trump’s bid for the US presidency and donated $1.25m to Trump’s campaign. After Trump’s victory, Thiel was appointed to his transition team.”
- Something fishy going on at XERO?
- Two Xero employees murdered because they stumbled on a dark secret?
Other News in Drips…
Englishman killed on State Highway 27 near Matamata
The man who was struck by a vehicle and killed on State Highway 27 near Matamata, early on Saturday morning has been named 24-year-old Michael William Spink, from North Yorkshire, England, police said.
He was reportedly on his way home after his own vehicle had ended up in a ditch.
Fatal Norsewood crash
The two people killed in a crash on State Highway 2, about 5km north of Norsewood on Sunday were father and son, Aaron Bruce McDonald (37) and Cruz McDonald (8), police said.
Name release – Waiwhakaiho drowning
The man who drowned in the Waiwhakaiho River, New Plymouth, on Monday was 17-year-old Jaden Peterson, police said.
UPDATE: The Otaki River search –
The Otaki River search on the Kapiti Coast has been suspended for the night. A man’s body was found on Monday 23 January 2017. It is believed a second person remains in the water. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/update-otaki-search-suspended-night