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Do these police cars look like they were rammed by a fleeing car ?

Posted by te2ataria on October 22, 2018

Who was ramming who?

Police ram fleeing car, as per routine practice, then falsely accuse the fleeing driver for causing frontal damage to their cars

Police lies exposed once again!

It’s police routine practice to ram fleeing cars out of the road, regardless of consequences. Many fatalities and serious injuries have occurred as a result of this murderous policy.

The only way these two police cars were rammed by a fleeing car would be as if the fleeing motorist was driving in reverse gear and at high speed.

And why isn’t the damage to the pursued car revealed?

Police cars rammed and damned? How?

This patrol car was allegedly rammed after the motorist fled officers in a chase that began on Marine Parade. Police haven’t explained how the patrol car sustained only frontal damage while in pursuit . They’ve also failed to release photos of the fleeing car. Credit: SARAH PAVIOUR-SMITH via StuffNZ

An unmarked police car was among the three cars allegedly rammed by fleeing car.  Marine Parade. Police haven’t explained how the patrol car sustained only frontal damage while in pursuit. They’ve also failed to release photos of the fleeing car. Credit: SARAH PAVIOUR-SMITH via StuffNZ

[See blog content for additional entries on deadly police pursuits.]

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Heavily censored road fatalities

About two-thirds of fatalities on NZ death roads go unreported, or unrecorded!

Man killed in Southland car crash  overnight
https://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/369146/man-dies-in-car-crash-in-southland-overnight

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Murder, negligent homicide, avoidable death…

Reported incidents only!

Woman found dead in Christchurch suburb this morning
https://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/369162/woman-found-dead-in-christchurch-suburb-this-morning

Drowning incident in Hawke’s Bay
Sunday, 21 October 2018 – 5:44pm Eastern
Police and emergency services were called to the scene of a reported drowning in Waipukurau just before 3pm today.
A young child, aged two-years-old is reported to have drowned in a residential swimming pool.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/drowning-incident-hawkes-bay

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