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The Final Destination: Missing Chamorro teen Alex Taitasi found dead

Posted by te2ataria on December 24, 2019

Chamorro teen Alex Taitasi, 17, reported missing on Saturday, found dead on Sunday!

Chamorro teenager Alex Taitasi, 17, was reported missing late Saturday, and found dead early Sunday!!

Police said his death was not being treated as suspicious, as is customary in NZ, and would be referred to the Coroner.

RIP. Chamorro teenager Alex Taitasi, 17, was reported missing late Saturday, and found dead early Sunday!!

On Saturday, police released the victim’s name and photo. On Sunday, police removed all of the victim’s traces from their website, name, photo and all, and instead posted the following:

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Even the dead aren’t allowed to rest in New Zealand!!

“Road ‘a killer of our people’, say guardians of cemetery smashed by a truck”

Truck driver David McNeill swerved to avoid a car, and crashed into the cemetery. Two cars were involved in the incident. One person was killed and the truck driver injured.

It’s not the first time drivers have skidded off the road into Te Rau O Te Aroha urupā [cemetery.] Photo supplied/ via Stuff NZ.

“We basically see SH1 as a taniwha – a killer of our people, a consumer of cars. We did our karakia [Māori incantations and prayers] last night to try to appease the taniwha,” local kaumātua [Maori elder] Lindsay Poutama said on Monday.

“We gathered all the families so they could be present for the karakia and restore the mauri [life force.]”

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Latest police assassinations, murder mysteries [“unexplained” deaths,] road kills, other negligent homicides…

Monday, 23 December 2019 – 2:38pm | Bay of Plenty
Update – serious crash, SH5, Rangataiki
Two people have died following the serious crash earlier on SH5, Rangataiki, Taupo.
Another person is understood to be seriously injured.
Monday, 23 December 2019 – 10:19am | National News
Seventeenth person dies following Whakaari / White Island incident
Please attribute to Deputy Commissioner John Tims, National Operations Commander:
Police can confirm a further person has died in Middlemore Hospital last night following the Whakaari / White Island eruption.
Police were advised of the death shortly before 11pm.
The death of this person brings the official number of deceased to 17, 16 of whom died in New Zealand and one in Australia.
To confuse the issue, the official death toll does not include two people still missing, presumed dead, on, or in the waters around the island–local tour guide Hayden Marshall-Inman, 40, and Australian teen Winona Langford, 17.

Monday, 23 December 2019 – 10:52am | Auckland City
Police in attendance at Onehunga incident
Police and emergency services are in attendance at an incident on Alfred Street, Onehunga.
Police were notified shortly before 9.30am that a vehicle had gone into the estuary off Alfred Street.
A female was located deceased nearby on Alfred Street.
Initial enquiries indicate she has likely been run over by her own vehicle and has sadly died at the scene. [Really!?]

Monday, 23 December 2019 – 10:48am | Eastern
Name release – fatal crash, Ruatoria
Police can now release the name of the woman who died following a crash on Te Araroa Road/SH35, Ruatoria.
She was 30-year-old Anastasia Walker, of Ruatoria.
Monday, 23 December 2019 – 10:24am | Waikato
Update – fatal crash, Kopu-Hikuai Road, Kopu,Thames
Police can now confirm one person has died following a crash on Kopu-Hikuai Road, Kopu, Thames, this morning.
Police were alerted to the crash around 9.10am.
Sunday, 22 December 2019 – 8:08pm | Central
Update – Fatal crash, Manakau, Horowhenua
SH1 has reopened with a reduced speed limit following a serious crash at Manakau, with motorists advised to expect delays.
One person died following the crash, and a number of other people were injured.
Sunday, 22 December 2019 – 10:17am | Wellington
Update: Sudden death, Upper Hutt
Police can now confirm the death of a man in Ebdentown, Upper Hutt on Friday night is not being treated as suspicious. [It took police about 90 minutes to reach the decision death was not suspicious.]

Child dies after being hit by car in driveway in Southland
Fatal crash south of Levin: SH1 closed till 7pm at least
A crash that closed State Highway 1 south of Levin till at least 7pm on Sunday has killed at least one person [and injured six oters.]
The crash, involving a truck which landed in a cemetery and up to two cars, happened on State Highway 1 south of Levin on Sunday afternoon.

Saturday, 21 December 2019 – 7:16pm | Southern
Person dies after being struck by vehicle, Mataura
A person has died after being struck by a vehicle in Oakland Street, Mataura this afternoon.
Saturday, 21 December 2019 – 8:39am | Wellington
Unexplained death, Upper Hutt
Police are investigating following the death of a 42-year-old man in Upper Hutt last night.
Police responded to a report of an injured man at an address on Flora McCurdy Walk, Ebdentown, about 8:10pm.
Medical attention was administered, however the man died at the scene.
Police are treating the death as unexplained and a scene guard remains in place.
Saturday, 21 December 2019 – 1:45pm | Counties Manukau
Update: Serious crash, Papatoetoe
One person has died following a crash between a car and a motorcycle on Bridge Street, Papatoetoe.
The crash occurred about 12:10pm.


Friday, 20 December 2019 – 4:20pm | Canterbury
Have you seen Petr Mandik?
Police are asking for assistance to locate 50-year-old Petr Mandik, who has not been seen since travelling to Mount Cook National Park on Friday 13 December.
Petr’s silver Nissan Tiida has been located at Tasman Valley carpark.
He planned to walk Ball Pass Route to Haast Ridge, from there he would climb to Plateau Hut and on to Mount Cook via Zurbriggen Ridge before returning to Christchurch.
Petr did not make his flight from Christchurch Airport on Wednesday 18 December.
Friday, 20 December 2019 – 5:37pm | Eastern
Name release – Tokomaru Bay homicide investigation
Police are now in a position to name the man found in the burning lounge of his Tokomaru Bay home in the early hours of December 15.
He was 48-year-old Raymond Karl Neilson, and Police continue to investigate the circumstances of his death.

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