“Hit and Run”: Govt, NZDF accused of Afghan massacre cover-up
Posted by te2ataria on March 21, 2017
Heavily Censored Police Road Fatality Reports
- NO vehicle-related fatality report allowed today, as of posting.
- Based on insider information, statistical models and local news, WE believe about 900 people were killed and 8,000 others seriously injured on NZ suicide roads in 2016; However, only 328 fatalities reported, last year.
- To protect the tourist industry and massive foreign investment, about two out of every three road fatalities go unreported, or the dead are statistically resurrected by NZ government.
- 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.
NZ SAS and U.S. troops killed or wounded 21 civilians, mostly women and children, say Hager and Stephenson
New Zealand SAS and U.S. troops killed or wounded 21 civilians, mostly women and children, during a raid on two Afghan villages in August 2010, say investigative journalists Nicky Hager and Jon Stephenson in their new book, called Hit & Run, which was released in Wellington on Tuesday.
The book is based on numerous interviews with the troops that carried out the raids, as well as New Zealand and Afghan soldiers and villagers, the authors say.
“It was devastating, there were little children who were shot up, there was a … three-year-old who died in her mother’s arms with shrapnel inside her…” – Nicky Hager
The civilian massacres were apparently in retaliation for the death of Lieutenant Tim O’Donnell, who was reportedly killed in an ambush while on patrol in Bamyan province in August 2010.
He was the first New Zealand soldier to meet his karma in Afghanistan, or else some of us are “born to kill” with impunity.
Heavily Censored Fatality News From New Zealand’s Suicide Roads
Pedestrian killed by car in Paekakariki – Name release
The pedestrian who was killed when hit by a vehicle on Sunday morning in Paekakariki was 56-year-old Caroline Boyd, who lived in Wellington.