Foreplay: New Zealand has the highest rate of RAPE in the so-called developed world. Only 9 percent of rapes [and sexual crimes] are reported [registered by the police] in NZ, however, according to government figures. Of the reported cases, only 13 percent end in a conviction. That means 91 percent of the rapes either go unreported, or the victims are intimidated by police to drop their complaints.
- Females NOT the Only Victims of Kiwi Rape Syndrome
- Child Rape: An Inseparable Part of the Police State
Latest REPORTED Death Toll on NZ’s Suicide Roads
- UPDATE: NO vehicle-related fatality report allowed yesterday, March 7.
- Only one vehicle-related fatality report allowed so far today.
- Based on insider information, statistical models and local news, WE believe two out of every three road fatalities on NZ suicide roads go unreported, mainly to protect the tourist industry and foreign investment.
- 32 Foreigners killed in New Zealand in 32 days [Posted on January 25, 2017]
- Police told to keep their mouths shut about overseas licence holders
- Don’t reveal crash driver’s ethnicity, police told
Selwyn sex attack: 48-year-old woman raped as she walked home
A 48-year-old woman was attacked and raped as she walked home from a concert at Lincoln Event Centre in Selwyn, on Saturday 4 March 2017.
“This attack occurred between 6.30pm and 8pm which means that it was still daylight and members of the public may have seen something that can assist in identifying the attacker,” said Defective Sergeant Sparks.
Teacher jailed for sex with boy says she would have pleaded guilty despite denial
Wellington College calls in Rape Crisis to talk to students
Friends of two Wellington College students who boasted on social media about taking advantage of drunk, unconscious girls take a leaf from Donald Trump famous book, Grab Them by the Pussy Denial, say it was just a joke.
Rape threats and racial slurs in student area
A group of Otago University students has written to its vice-chancellor calling for action against an unacceptable level of verbal abuse in North Dunedin.
Dirty old man admits abusing granddaughters over two years
Mostly Censored News From New Zealand’s Suicide Roads
One killed in Ashhurst crash
One person was killed in a single vehicle crash in Ashhurst, northeast of Palmerston North. The collision between the vehicle and a power pole occurred just before 11:50am today on Colyton Road, police said.
UPDATE – Marshland Road Canterbury crash
“The crash on Marshland Rd is serious and the road is likely to remain closed through the afternoon peak period. One person is in a serious condition.”
Emergency services in attendance at crash in Kingseat
“Police and emergency services are in attendance at a crash on Kingseat Road near McKenzie Road.
A car and bus have collided just after 6:00am and diversions are expected to be in place, however there is no information available on these at this time.
One person has serious injuries and a number of other people have moderate to minor injuries.”
Multiple vehicle crash on SH1 north of Wellsford
“At 2.27pm this afternoon Police were notified of a crash involving three vehicles just north of Wellsford on SH1, at the intersection of Waimanu Road and SH1.
Police are currently in attendance at the scene and one person has been airlifted to hospital with critical injuries. A second person is reported to be in a serious condition.”
Why are New Zealand’s Power Poles SO Vicious?
Power poles across Auckland alone involved in 541 car crashes in a year!
“Drivers in Auckland smashed into a whopping 541 power poles, among other electricity equipment, in 2016 alone.
“Energy company Vector said power pole crashes were more common than people expected, and would often result in electricity being cut to the surrounding suburb. … drivers took out 268 power poles, 253 pillars – the small green boxes – and 20 transformers in 2016.
“That is compared to a total of 486 in 2015.”
Other News in Drips…
Another Air Farce helicopter crash-lands near Taupo
NZ Police Clowns: Extreme Malevolence, Institutional Corruption, Phenomenal Incompetence
After much ado, the clowns get wrong car in quarry attack investigation
Today’s literacy lesson for NZ police: Continued…