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The Final Destination: Yet another Asian student killed in NZ

Posted by te2ataria on February 12, 2020

UPDATE: According to an unconfirmed MSM report, the victim’s family are from China. [Family ‘broken’ after Otago student’s body found in Makarora River]

Korean student Kevin Kum Fike Lee identified as one of the two people found dead on the Makarora River

Wednesday, 12 February 2020 – 10:11am | Southern
Name release – Makarora River death

Police can now confirm the identity of one of the two people found dead on the Makarora River, on Saturday 8 February.

He was 22-year-old Kevin Kum Fike Lee,  who reportedly lived in Dunedin.

The Otago University student was one of at least two people whose bodies were found in the Makarora River in Mt Aspiring National Park by members of public at the weekend.

Kevin Kum Fike Lee, 22. His body was found in Makarora River in Mt Aspiring National Park, at the weekend. His companion has not yet been identified.

The identity of his female companion has not yet been released.

Police said the circumstances of the deaths were not believed to be suspicious. Then again, that’s a routine statement made by police, often in the absence of any forensic examination. Search blog content for similar cases.

Meanwhile…

British Tourist Stephanie Simpson Still Missing

Stephanie Simpson, 32, a British tourist, remains missing after going tramping in the Mt Aspiring National Park at the weekend. [Or at least that’s what the police maintain!]

Stephanie Simpson, 32, a British tourist remains missing.


So Unfair for the Families of NZ Tourism Victims

Ms Simpson’s parents are reportedly flying to New Zealand, “desperate for information”, to look for her.

Police probably know what happened to her already, but in the low-life Kiwi tradition of maximizing income from tourists, they want to milk the victim’s family to the fullest possible extent, before revealing her fate. [Police will also take the opportunity to threaten, intimidate, bully, coerce, and cajole the family not to take any legal action, or complain against the authorities for not doing anything to protect their daughter.]

She looks like a nice person, and we’re praying for her safety

Stephanie looks like a genuinely nice person, and we’ve been praying for her safety. Unfortunately, given the circumstances of her disappearance, and history of the inordinate numbers of tourists who are killed in NZ each year, however, the odds of finding her alive are pretty slim.

Police have also ignored calls to release the identity of following persons…

One dead after water incident at Karioitahi Beach
One person has died in a water incident at Karioitahi Beach, southwest of Auckland.
Emergency services were called to the beach about 7.15pm on Sunday, after three people got into difficulty in the water.
https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/119382750/one-dead-after-water-incident-at-karioitahi-beach

Person died in water incident, Ohope Beach
“Emergency services are at Ohope Beach following an incident this afternoon.
“Police were called to the area about 3.50pm after a person was pulled unresponsive from the water. That person has since died.”
https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/water-incident-ohope-beach

“On Saturday, a 23-year-old Christchurch man drowned after jumping into the Hokitika River gorge.
“On Monday, Whanganui rescuers found a body, believed to be a 24-year-old Israeli national who went missing in the Whanganui River on Sunday afternoon.
“Also on Monday, a man went missing at a swimming hole near Karekare beach in West Auckland. His body was found on Tuesday.”
https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/119097108/diver-who-died-after-incident-near-whangrei-northland-has-been-named-by-police

Other Water-related Deaths – [limited to recently reported cases only]

Diver killed near Whangārei, Northland, named by police
‘The man who died following a diving incident in calm conditions in Northland has been named by police as Lee Victor Tohu, 52.

“On Sunday, Otago rescuers found a body, believed to be that of Vinnie Beecroft, a 14-year-old who went missing near Second Beach, Dunedin, on Thursday.”
https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/119097108/diver-who-died-after-incident-near-whangrei-northland-has-been-named-by-police

Monday, 27 January 2020 – 5:42pm | Tasman
Name release – Hokitika River incident
Police are now in a position to release the name of the 23-year-old man who failed to surface from the Hokitika River on Saturday.
He was Solomone Tuitalau, [believed to be a Tongan national who lived in] Christchurch.
https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-release-hokitika-river-incident

Tuesday, 28 January 2020 – 2:12pm | Waitematā
Body located in Karekare
The Police Dive Squad has located the body of a man who went missing while at a swimming hole in Karekare.
The man will now need to be formally identified and next-of-kin notified, many of whom are overseas.
https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/body-located-karekare

Monday, 27 January 2020 – 1:28pm | Central
Body located in Whanganui River search
Police have this afternoon located a body in the Whanganui River.
While formal identification is yet to take place, police believe it is the man who failed to surface near Upokongaro yesterday.
His body was located in the Mosquito Point area.
Police will release the name of the man, a 24-year-old Israeli national, as soon as all family notifications have taken place.
https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/body-located-whanganui-river-search

Sunday, 26 January 2020 – 6:22pm | Tasman
UPDATE: Body located in Hokitika River search
Police have located a body at Hokitika River, Kokatahi, this afternoon.
Formal identification is yet to take place, however Police believe it is the 23-year-old man who failed to surface yesterday.
https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/update-body-located-hokitika-river-search

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