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Police fail to murder man fleeing after family dispute (he’ll be shot, instead)

Posted by te2ataria on October 18, 2017

Man injured after crashing car into power pole during police pursuit

Sent by a reader in NZ’s Fart Capital [aka, “Rotorua”]

A Dunedin man sustained “moderate injuries” after crashing his car into a power pole during a police chase at 8.14am, a report said.

[Unfortunately, the victim is now a marked man, and he would most probably be shot by police assassins in the near future –see blog content for many similar incidents. Moderator]

“Police said the chase was sparked by a family harm incident earlier in the morning.”

“The vehicle fled police on Quarry Rd and crashed into a power pole after a very short time,” Senior Sergeant Rebecca Hill said.

[NOTE: The standard “very short time” disclaimer is added to preempt legitimate complaints about the often deadly police pursuits that seriously endanger public safety. Moderator]

*****

Proudly Killed in New Zealand

Korean man killed [by angry fish?]

Korean Man Killed Two Days after Retiring to Karikari Peninsula
Police have reluctantly released the name of the man who was killed [by angry fish] on Sunday 15 October, 2017 at Whatuwhiwhi beach. He was Korean-born Gyuhyeok Park, 61.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-release-whatuwhiwhi-beach-incident

“He had been fishing at the northern end of Tokerau Beach, opposite Whatuwhiwhi Top 10 Holiday Park, when a fish pulled his rod and holder into the water about 3.10pm on Sunday. He collapsed as he went into the water to retrieve his rod.” http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11934275

Killed on NZ Death Roads

UPDATE – Fatal crash in Flatbush, Auckland
A motorcyclist/companion was killed after “coming off a motorbike” in Flatbush this morning, police said.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/update-fatal-crash-flatbush-auckland

Judicial Corruption

‘Secret agents’ have unlimited immunity

‘Secret agent’ who stole sensitive equipment walks
“Airforce Corporal Richard Graham was discharged without conviction in July after stealing from the Defence Force, including equipment requiring high security clearance, and for offering to supply methamphetamine. Police have appealed that District Court decision, by [SIS embedded slut] Judge Belinda Pidwell [or is it Peedwell,]” a report said.
http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/341831/secret-agent-who-stole-sensitive-equipment-walks

Missing, Presumed…

Another Red-Haired Woman Missing in NZ

Elizabeth Udy was reported missing on 11 October 2017
“Elizabeth, or Lizzie as she is known, was last seen at approximately 3am on Wednesday 11 October in Pahiatua township. Despite a week of land and water searches, police have been unable to locate any sign of Lizzie or information concerning Lizzie’s current whereabouts.”

Elizabeth Udy, 45, was reported missing on 11 October 2017. (Photo: NZ Police.)

“Lizzie is 45 years old and described as Caucasian, of slim build, and about 155cm tall. She was wearing a nightgown when last seen,” police said.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/appeal-sightings-missing-pahiatua-woman

Massive search underway for missing Waihi man

Waihi man missing without a trace
“A search is underway for a missing 46-year-old Waihi man. Grant Ridley hasn’t been seen for the past [four] days. Police are concerned because this is out of character. His car has been found at his house. He is 170cm tall and has brown hair styled into a mullet haircut.”
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/missing-waihi-man

Driving in New Zealand

Most Kiwi drivers have no confidence in other motorists’ ability: Survey

70 per cent of Kiwi drivers have no confidence in other motorists
“More than 70 per cent of Kiwi drivers have no confidence in the ability of other motorists, while more than a third feel unsafe on our roads. A survey by the Automobile Association Driving School, which had almost 3000 responses, also found 85 per cent of people had witnessed other motorists breaking the speed limit, while 64 per cent had seen drivers drift out of a lane, and 63 per cent had seen someone run a red light.”
https://www.stuff.co.nz/motoring/news/98002467/Most-Kiwi-drivers-have-no-confidence-in-other-motorists-ability-survey-finds

 

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