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Police execute two more kids

Posted by te2ataria on May 29, 2018

Police extrajudicially execute two more kids, aged 15 and 12

A 12-year-old girl and a 15-year-old boy were murdered, and a third kid seriously injured by police during yet another “pursue-and-kill” in Palmerston North.

More than TWENTY people have been killed or seriously injured [at least 5 fatalities reported so far this month] in police pursuits since March this year.

The fatalities are believed to have occurred when police forced the fleeing vehicle out of the road, where it smashed into a power pole.

Here’s the police report explaining the latest executions:  http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/update-%E2%80%93-fatal-crash-sh-56-%E2%80%93-palmerston-north

Search blog content for scores of additional fatalities caused by police pursuits.

When the Living Have NO Human Rights, the Dead Should Go…

Proudly Killed in New Zealand [Since May 23]

Two Kids Killed in Latest Deadly Pursuits

A 12-year-old girl and a 15-year-old boy were murdered, and a third kid seriously injured by police during yet another “pursue-and-kill” in Palmerston North.  https://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/358391/child-and-teen-killed-in-palmerston-north-police-chase

UPDATE: Serious crash in Timaru on Saturday 26 May 2018
Sunday, 27 May 2018 – National News

“One person has died following a serious crash in Timaru yesterday afternoon.
The collision, between a vehicle and a cyclist, occurred on Washdyke Flat Road about 2.30pm.
Police can now confirm that the cyclist died as a result of the crash.”

Fatal crash in Whangarei
Sunday, 27 May 2018 – National News

“One person has died following a serious crash in Puwera, south of Whangarei this morning.
The collision between two vehicles occurred on State Highway 1 at about 3am.  The driver of one car and sole occupant, died at the scene.  There were eight people in the other vehicle, five of whom received serious to moderate injuries, and were taken to hospital by ambulance.

Fatal crash in Mangere East
Saturday, 26 May 2018 – Counties Manukau
Person was killed in a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Massey and Bucklands Roads in Mangere East about 6pm Saturday. [Injuries have been reported independently, but not mentioned by police.]

Fatal crash in Mangatawhiri
Saturday, 26 May 2018 – Counties Manukau
One person was killed and another has been [seriously] injured in a two-vehicle collision in Mangatawhiri that occurred on Mangatawhiri Road shortly before 4.30pm.

Fatal crash in Karaka
Friday, 25 May 2018 – Counties Manukau
One person was killed in a fatal crash in Karaka. The two-car crash occurred on Karaka Road near Whangapouri and Blackbridge Roads around 6:15pm, police said. There is no information available on other injuries at this stage [or ever, due to police state secrecy.]

Pedestrian dies following crash in Mount Maunganui yesterday
Friday, 25 May 2018 – 3:32pm [Bay of Plenty of Deaths]
A pedestrian was killed in a crash that occurred yesterday, 24 May, on Ocean Beach Road, Mount Maunganui.

Correction – fatal crash on State Highway 63
Friday, 25 May 2018 – Tasman
“Information in an earlier statement regarding a fatal crash in Howard near Glenhope was incorrect. The crash happened on State Highway 63 near Speargrass Road, not State Highway 6, as earlier reported.”

UPDATE: Fatal crash on Whites Road [Bay of Plenty of Deaths]
A motorcycle rider was killed in a crash on Whites Road, near Tapapa, South Waikato Thursday afternoon, police said.

Two critically injured in serious crash on Ormiston Road, Otara
A serious crash on Ormiston Rd, Otara which took place around 2.10pm on May 24 has left two people with critical injuries.
[Their fates remain unknown, believed to have died.]

One person killed in a serious crash on Depot Rd, Oxford, Canterbury.
“Emergency services were called at 5.52 this morning to a report of a crash involving a truck and a pedestrian.”

Walker killed after being hit by ute on North Canterbury bridge
“A pedestrian has been killed after being hit by a ute and thrown from a North Canterbury bridge into a riverbed.”  https://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/104129246/pedestrian-hit-by-ute-on-north-canterbury-bridge

Fatal crash, Hawke’s Bay Expressway
Thursday, 24 May 2018 – Eastern
Indian national was killed in a crash involving a car and a logging truck on the Hawke’s Bay Expressway in Hastings.

Fatal – Update: Whites Road crash
Thursday, 24 May 2018 – [Bay of Plenty of  Deaths]
“A motorcycle rider who crashed on Whites Road, near Tapapa, South Waikato earlier this afternoon has sadly died at the scene. The crash occurred at around 2.40pm and the motorcycle was the only vehicle involved.” http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/update-whites-road-crash

Pedestrian killed in Upper Hutt [May 23]
A teenager was killed after being hit by a train in Upper Hutt.

Update – serious crash – Canterbury
Wednesday, 23 May 2018 – Canterbury
“One person has died following a serious crash on Depot Rd, Oxford, Canterbury. Emergency services were called at 5.52 this morning to a report of a crash involving a truck and a pedestrian.”

UPDATE: NZ Road Toll Y-T-D (including fake stats as doctored and cooked by NZ police and then manipulated by the Ministry of Resurrection)

No. of crash victims who have been statistically resurrected by the Ministry of Resurrection: At least 63 [No. of the dead currently in limbo: At least two souls. We’ve noticed one late resurrection on May 22. Update available next week.]

  • Actual road toll for 2018 so far: 409 [Based on the blog’s advanced statistical model – margin of error: ±3 per cent.]
  • No. of fatalities reported by police: ONLY 225 [Includes data provided by one insider.]
  • No. of crash victims NOT resurrected: 154 as of Monday morning (May 21, 2018)
  • No. of crash victims NOT resurrected: 153 as of Wednesday morning (May 23, 2018)
  • No. of crash victims NOT resurrected: 162 as of Monday morning (May 28, 2018) despite multiple road fatalities reported by police on Wednesday and Thursday.

Welcome to the World’s Deadliest Tourist Destination: Truth about NZ’s Tourist Deathtraps and Deadly Roads, as We Know it:

  • Based on insider information, statistical models and local chatter, we believe about 900 people were killed and more than 8,000 others critically/seriously injured on NZ suicide roads in 2016; however, only 328 fatalities were reported last year. [For every 12 or so victims, who die from their road injuries later in a hospital, only one death is reported. See blog content.]
  • To protect the tourist industry and massive foreign investment, about two out of every three road fatalities [and other tourists deaths] go unreported, or the dead are statistically resurrected by NZ government’s “Ministry of Resurrection”.

Foreigners Killed in NZ Since 2000
At least 4,500 overseas visitors, international students, foreign workers, recent emigrants and refugees have lost their lives and more than 30,000 others seriously injured in New Zealand between Jan 2000 and Jan 2018.

Medical Miracle, Malicious MENDACITY, or Govt Disinformation?

Of an estimated 3,000 people who received near-fatal, critical, or serious injuries on New Zealand roads in 2017, only a handful were declared deceased from their injuries, according to NZ police reports, or lack thereof.

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One Response to “Police execute two more kids”

  1. Kate said

    It seems police share the same physiological characteristics as their teenage preys. Like the adolescent brain, police brain is not fully developed!
    Except in their case it remains in puberty mode permanently.
    Please keep up the good work!
    Police chases: Teens can’t think like adults – psychologist

    On Monday, a 15-year-old driver and 12-year-old passenger died after a crash following a police pursuit in Palmerston North.

    Psychologist Dougal Sutherland told Morning Report the adolescent brain was not fully developed until the age of 25.

    “We shouldn’t expect them to act like adults because they can’t think like adults.”

    When police start chasing with their lights and sirens going, a young person’s brain goes into flight-or-fight mode, he said.

    They focus on getting away from the perceived danger – the police.

    “What’s not going on, and this is really important to think about the age of these young people, is that they don’t have those decision-making, those planning, those thinking-ahead capacities, because simply their brain isn’t fully developed yet.”

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