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Another murder mystery in Waikato River?

Posted by te2ataria on January 10, 2016

Another man drowns in “ankle-deep water”

A 42-year-old man who drowned while swimming in the Waikato River near Hammond Park was reportedly found lying face down in ankle-deep water.

Police were called to the river off Malcolm St in the Riverlea area of Hamilton on Saturday about 4.50pm, according to reports.

“There were people who were watching him… He appeared not to be distressed. Then he reached reasonably close, the shallower part of the river or was approaching the shallower part of the river, so people kind of took their eyes off him,” said Senior Sergeant Pete van de Wetering of the Waikato District Command Centre.

“Within a couple of minutes… he had sort of submerged. “http://www.stuff.co.nz/waikato-times/news/75749844/man-drowns-in-waikato-river

Also on Saturday…

Auckland man’s body recovered from Coromandel stream
Police said the 32-year-old Auckland man set out canyoning by himself on Saturday near Table Mountain, Thames.

“He came into grief  in a river,” said Senior Segreant Rupert Friend of Waikato Police.

[The “river” is actually a stream with less than 8 inches of water. And Senior Segreant Rupert didn’t say how he knew details of the dead man’s “grief”.]  http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/75602873/auckland-mans-body-recovered-from-coromandel-stream

 

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If you have to drive in NZ “expect the unexpected”

Posted by te2ataria on January 9, 2016

NEWS BLACKOUT in New Zealand: DAY 23

“Words of wisdom” by Canterbury policeman

“It may not be your mistake that causes a crash, so drive defensively and expect the unexpected, particularly near intersections in rural areas.”

Traditionally, there’s a significant increase in crash rates on State Highway 7, State Highway 73, and State Highway 1 during December and January, said acting Canterbury police district road policing manager Inspector Ash Tabb.

The provisional Canterbury road toll for 2015 was 46, over 24 per cent higher than the 2014 road toll of 37. There was also a 22 per cent increase in the total number of crashes during December 2015 compared to December 2014.

“Unfortunately, while we see a number of serious crashes in the Christchurch Metro area, the majority are in rural or semi-rural areas in Selwyn, North Canterbury, and Mid-South Canterbury.”

“It may not be your mistake that causes a crash, so drive defensively and expect the unexpected, particularly near intersections in rural areas.”

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NEWS BLACKOUT in New Zealand: DAY 22

Posted by te2ataria on January 8, 2016

NEWS BLACKOUT ALERT: CODE RED

It’s no longer about reporting road murders, it’s all about keeping the fatalities within a predetermined figure!

However, the police will have a hard time concealing the fatalities that are reported by foreign media [and are routinely left out by the local media until they become common knowledge,] like the following examples:

So, how tight is the ongoing censorship noose? Judge for yourselves, [and let’s hope you haven’t been influenced by the “fuzzy logic” taught at a local school.]

Fatal crashes year to date [according to the Ministry of Transport ]
As at 8 January 2016 there were 6 fatalities
Same time last year: 7 fatalities
http://www.transport.govt.nz/research/roadtoll/

Latest reported road-murders:

However, we’ve come across a few more “murder mysteries”.

Woman killed by a stranger
A middle-aged woman, possibly a foreigner, was exercising in leafy Remuera yesterday morning when she was attacked by a man with an unspecified weapon. Her body was found about an hour later .

“We don’t have any evidence to indicate that the accused was known to the victim,” said police.

“The alleged murderer handed himself into the police hours later, with a weapon. Charged with murder, he will appear in the Auckland District Court today.” http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11570679

Woman killed in fall from Auckland building 
A woman was killed after falling from the third floor of a building on Eden Crescent in central Auckland on Wednesday. http://www.stuff.co.nz/sunday-star-times/latest-edition/latest-news/75674499/Woman-dead-after-falling-from-third-storey-of-Auckland-apartment

Auckland man’s body recovered from Coromandel stream
Police said the 32-year-old Auckland man set out canyoning by himself on Saturday near Table Mountain, Thames.

“He came into grief  in a river,” said Senior Segreant Rupert Friend of Waikato Police.

[The “river” is actually a stream with less than 8 inches of water. And Senior Segreant Rupert didn’t say how he knew details of the dead man’s “grief”.]  http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/75602873/auckland-mans-body-recovered-from-coromandel-stream

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Obtuse police too predictable

Posted by te2ataria on January 5, 2016

That’s the “good” news!

Now the police-doctored road toll: Holiday road toll rises to 12 with death of person injured on New Year’s Day; 1,617 crashes reported.
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/75615676/holiday-road-toll-rises-to-12-with-death-of-person-injured-on-new-years-day.html

Police were called to 1,617 crashes around the country during the holiday period, which began at 4pm on December 24 and ended at 6am today. http://www.odt.co.nz/news/national/368853/12-killed-roads-over-christmas

Our “creative” police want us to believe only 12 people were killed over a 12-day holiday period, when as many as 14 road fatalities occur regularly over a busy weekend!

The police are too unintelligent not to be predictable! Before the holiday period, you could have bet with near 100 percent certainty that they would report a comparable number of road-murders to last year’s, most probably even fewer.

Sure enough, the provisional toll for the Christmas – New Year holiday period, which ended at 6am today (Tuesday), currently stands at 12 fatalities.

Allowing for one to three additional fatalities [manufacturing virtue by reporting the death of persons injured earlier 😉 ] the toll would still be lower than last year’s also-doctored total of 16. [To prove us wrong, they could up the total with one or two more fatalities.]

Now the truth!

Based on the information received from our friends throughout the country and the blog’s statistical model, the moderators believe at least 1,850 crashes have occurred on NZ roads over the holiday period, resulting in up to 50 fatalities and about 850 injuries. [Margin of error: +/- 5%]

[The official holiday road monitoring period began at 4pm on 24 December and ended at 6am today.]

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NZ a world leader in dealing with homelessness (!)

Posted by te2ataria on November 11, 2015

Fourth homeless man killed violently in Auckland

[Note: the victim wasn’t struck by an invisible bolt of lightning and did NOT die of a “Sudden Death”, despite the police report. He died in Auckland Hospital several hours after being badly bashed. Moderator D.H.]

Auckland City Police say they are investigating the “Sudden Death” of a man who is believed to have been assaulted in Outhwaite Park, Grafton, Tuesday night.

The police report reads:

Sudden death investigation

Wednesday, 11 November 2015 – 9:11am
National News

Auckland City Police are investigating the “Sudden Death” of a man who is believed to have been assaulted in Outhwaite Park, Grafton, sometime between 6.30pm and 10.3pm last night.

The man was taken to Auckland Hospital late last night but was pronounced dead a short time later.

One man has been arrested in relation to the death and will appear in the Auckland District Court today charged with assault.

Investigating officers are at Outhwaite Park where a scene examination is being carried out.

Detective Inspector Kevin Hooper says anyone with information about the circumstances leading up to the man’s death should contact Auckland City CIB.
ENDS
Issued by Noreen Hegarty/Auckland City District/0274 951589
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/sudden-death-investigation

Police also called the murder as “Unexplained Death” in another  bulletin. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/updates/39545
At least we now know the terms “Unexplained Death” and “Sudden Death” actually mean “murder” that the lazy police are too reluctant to investigate.

Three other recent violent deaths of the homeless include:

  • Steven Harris, 54, was stabbed to death by his homeless friend Grenville Fahey, 49, in Auckland City’s Myers Park following an argument.  [This place isn’t big enough…?]
  • Edwin Linder, 42, died in Auckland Hospital after being beaten up in a central Auckland alley by Steven Churchis, 18, who had also been living rough on the streets.
  • Maqbool Hussain, 49,  was beaten and stabbed to death in a temporary squat in Balmoral, a suburb of Auckland, by Justin Vance Turner, 29, who was reportedly enraged that Hussain was sleeping rough.

hussain killed

Maqbool Hussain, 49 (pictured above with his daughter, a decade ago), was beaten to death in a temporary squat on Halston Rd, Balmoral. He was originally from Pakistan and came to New Zealand in 1992. He lived in Mt Roskill with his daughter and wife and worked as a taxi driver. “He belonged to good and well-to-do family in Pakistan.” Pakistan Association of New Zealand president said.

 

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NZ police: ye moral dwarfs

Posted by te2ataria on September 11, 2015

NZ police, judiciary, government… have NO moral compass!

ye cowards murder another distressed man instead of shooting him with rubber bullets or beanbags

Pera Ariki Smiler, 25, was fatally shot by the police assassins in Upper Hutt Tuesday afternoon.

Smiler was murdered by the police shooters after allegedly firing his rifle inside the McDonald’s restaurant in Upper Hutt on Main St. and then brandishing the rifle outside in the street.

FACT: He had neither shot anyone, nor holding a gun to a anyone’s head and threatening to shoot.

FACT:  He could have easily been immobilized temporarily by police using rubber bullets or beanbags.

FACT: The NZ police are out of control. They use unwarranted deadly force inordinately.

He has been described as a “good kid” by those who knew him.

“Basically, he was a good kid and I loved him. I loved him like a son and I always will regardless of what he’s done. I can’t really say much more,” said Sharon Leaf who knew Smiler when he was  a friend of her son at school.

“As far as I was concerned he was a good soul,” she told NZME.

“All I know is that he was an amazing guy and it’s so sad how things have turned out.” said a relative of the victim who didn’t wish to be named.

“Some of the people are saying he certainly didn’t want to hurt anyone, that’s why he told everyone to get away.”


Pera Ariki Smiler, 25, was murdered by NZ police. Photo Supplied by a friend of the victim/ via media.

Dylan Smiler, the victim’s cousin, told Morning Report that he believed Mr Smiler had no intention of hurting anyone, and must have wanted to die.

“There was one incident where one of the witnesses said he looked at him, and Pera goes, you know, ‘you’re all right, carry on’. And that kinda made me think he had no intention to kinda hurt anyone, he was just in a bad place,” he said.

“For him to not shoot anyone when he had the chance to, is quite a big sign that, you know, it wasn’t his intention,” according to a report.

Police again blame one of the victims for fatal crash

Police have now charged the driver of a vehicle in which a female Taiwanese tourist was killed in a crash on Monday morning.

Yi-Chieh Feng, 30, was a passenger in [an almost certainly defective and unroadworthy] rental car that crashed on State Highway 6 in Westland.

The 31-year-old man driving the car, also a Taiwanese national, who was not injured in the crash, has been charged with careless driving causing death, police said.

Ms. Feng was probably the 3,402nd foreigner killed in New Zealand since January 2000.

Police have difficulty explaining why so many “careless drivers” come to New Zealand only to be killed here or lose their loved ones to our death roads.

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Another Taiwanese tourist killed in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on September 8, 2015

Yi-Chieh FENG, 30, a female Taiwanese tourist, killed in Westland crash

Police have confirmed the victim of a fatal crash in Westland yesterday morning was Yi-Chieh FENG, a 30-year-old female tourist from Taiwan.

She was a passenger in a [most probably defective] rental car being driven by a 31 year old man, also from Taiwan. The driver was injured in the crash, though his injuries are said not to be life-threatening.  http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/westland-crash-victim-taiwanese-tourist

Other Recent Road Kills on NZ Death Roads

[Please note that some of the above entries may be duplicates due to being from different media. Moderator B.]

The “Grateful Dead”

Finally, “The Thankful Thugs”

Thousands of police officers have been investigated over the past five years, but only one was stood down!  http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/71553053/Thousands-of-police-investigated

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What happened to this Korean woman?

Posted by te2ataria on July 19, 2015

Reward of up to $30,000 offered to locate missing person Yoon Sook CHUN

Yoon Sook Chun, 47, is one of more than 500 foreigners missing in New Zealand.

Mrs Chun was last seen on May 18, 2009, shortly before she left her Christchurch home.

Canterbury Police said:

“Mrs Chun was last seen six years ago and over that time it is also possible that loyalties will have changed, or someone who hoped she would be found without them getting involved will step up and contact police.

“We urge anyone who knows anything and hasn’t spoken to police before to come forward, so that police can decide whether the information is of importance to the investigation or not.

“If you are Mrs Chun please contact police.”

The offer would be valid until October 1, police said.

Mrs Chun “held both a New Zealand and South Korean passport.  Neither passport have been used to travel out of the country since her disappearance.”

yoonSookChun

Blog moderators sincerely hope Mrs Chun, who is a mother of two, is still alive. However, the chances of that are pretty slim.

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Remembering the latest victims of NZ murders, road deaths …

Posted by te2ataria on July 5, 2015

Cook Islands mother Cindy George and her three kids found dead in an Ashburton house

Cindy Tangipurunga George, 31, and her three kids – daughter, Pio Scarlet Jetejura Raukete, 5, and her sons, Teuruaa Junior George, 3, and Telyzshaun Gordon Ricardo Nelder Kruz George, 2 – could have been dead for up to a week before they were found,  police said.

Cindy George and her 3 kids
RIP. Cindy George and her three children, Teuruaa, Telyzshaun and Pio. Source: unknown/ via stuff.nz.

Police allege that Ms. George and her children died from the fumes of a car left running in a garage to keep the battery “ticking over”.

Family grieves after murder of  ‘dear dad’

Hudson Garratt, 67, was stabbed to death at his home in the Wellington suburb of Johnsonville on Wednesday night (1 July 2015). The 25 year-old female attacker also stabbed four other people, including a 9-year-old boy and a neighbour, police said. Read the story.

hudson Garratt
RIP. Hudson Garratt. He was a beloved husband, father, grandfather and brother. Photo supplied/ via NZ police.

Ema Louise McGeown, 27, killed in a car crash near Hampden, Omaru

The 27-year-old Oamaru woman was killed in a crash off State Highway 1, near Hampden, just after 12am on Friday (3 July 2015).

Ema Louise McGeown
RIP. Ema Louise McGeown, 27, was a “talented footballer,” said her friends.

Sophie Langston, 28, killed in a tragic car crash

Sophie Langston, 28, was killed when the car she and  her partner were traveling in collided with another vehicle south of Turangi about 1pm on Tuesday (30 June 2015). The couple were returning home to Auckland from the funeral of an older half-sister’s mother.

Laura Langston, right lost her twin sister Sophie Friends
RIP. Sophie, left, and her twin sister Laura.

Wellington Harbour Body Identified
Police are in the process of contacting next of kin.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/wellington-harbour-body-identified

Charges laid in Waldronville murder
Police say they have now formally charged a 22 year-old man with murder in relation to the death of Vicki Lee Warrington at a Waldronville address in Dunedin.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/fatal-motor-vehicle-crash-sh1-hampden-update

Murder charge after Nelson man dies following serious assault
Bruce Andrew Mortimer, a 46 year-old Nelson man, died in hospital after a serious assault in the early hours of Saturday morning at Franklyn Village in Nelson. The victim who suffered a serious head injury in the incident had been transferred to Wellington Hospital where he died. The investigation into the incident is now a homicide inquiry, police said.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/man-dies-after-nelson-assault

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A culture of RAPE, CENSORSHIP, and MORAL CORRUPTION

Posted by te2ataria on November 17, 2013

“National Day of Action Against Rape Culture”

Saturday’s marches, part of the “National Day of Action Against Rape Culture,” were held in Auckland, Hamilton, Palmerston North, Wellington, Nelson, Christchurch and Dunedin in the wake of the Roast Busters scandal, where young Auckland men claimed to have had group sex with drunk, underage girls.

“New Zealand has had 31 police commissioners. Every single one of them has been male and they’ve all been Pakeha,” said Auckland barrister Catriona MacLennan.

“No doubt the Government will say that there are no women qualified to be police commissioner. That’s rubbish. It’s simply not credible to assert that not a single woman in New Zealand is qualified to be police commissioner.”

“We’ve had report after report telling us what needs to be done to improve court processes,” she said.

“What we’ve never had is a government to step up to the mark and actually do something – specialist sexual offence courts, use of an inquisitorial system, specialist training of judges, lawyers and police and many other suggestions.”

  • New Zealand has the highest rate of RAPE in the so-called developed world. But only 9 percent  of rapes [and sexual crimes] are reported [or registered by the police] in New Zealand according to government figures. Of the reported cases, only 13 percent end in a conviction.

  • 91 percent of the rapes either go unreported, or the victims are intimidated by the police to drop complaints.

  • New Zealand has the highest rate of child rapes in the developed world!

  • About one half all girls and a third of all boys in New Zealand are raped [or sexually molested] before the age of 16.

Why are so many children raped and sexually abused in New Zealand?

Rape is a torture routine, a weapon of mind control and subjugation used by the establishment to repress ordinary people in this country.

New Zealand has the highest rates of RAPE in the developed world

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Who Killed the Indian Student Sunil Kumar?

Posted by te2ataria on October 2, 2013

Body found on beach cremated without being positively identified?

How did the coroner establish the decomposing corpse was indeed that of the missing Indian student Sunil Kumar Raghavaraju? Is it true that they obtained DNA from his family in India? If he had a family, why didn’t they claim his body for two and a half years until it was cremated?

WAS this yet another example of shabby performance by a NZ coroner!

mr raju
Indian Student Mr Sunil Kumar Raghavaraju, 25. A NZ Coroner says the badly decomposed body found at 90 Mile Beach on February 13, 2011 was Mr Kumar.

Body found on beach cremated after lying unclaimed for two years

The body of a man found at 90 Mile Beach had to be cremated because it posed a health and safety risk after being left unclaimed in a morgue for two years, according to a coroner’s finding.

When the body of Sunil Kumar Raghava Raju, 25, was discovered on February 13, 2011 there was initially no indication who he was, Coroner Brandt Shortland said.

Mr Raju’s body was washed up in a state so decomposed, his ethnicity could not be identified.

“His skin pigmentation had deteriorated and there was just nothing that the police could find to identify him or work with.

“The cause of death was undetermined at that time, though [there was] a strong belief he at least drowned.”

Fingerprints taken from his body proved inconclusive when compared to the police database, Coroner Shortland said.

“Mr Raju had never been in trouble with the law in New Zealand, hence no match.”

On February 26 that year, police received a report of a missing 25-year-old Indian male.

Flatmates of Mr Raju, who was a student in Auckland at the time, had reported him missing when he failed to stay in contact with them.

Mr Raju had finished a course and told his flatmates that he was heading to Hamilton to look for work. However, there was no evidence as to whether he actually made it to Hamilton, Coroner Shortland said.

How he arrived at Ahipara still remains a mystery, Coroner Shortland said.

Police effectively left no stone unturned, but were unable to answer the basic questions on how Mr Raju was even in that area and the reasons why he was there, Coroner Shortland said.

“Natural conclusions formed a view that he had not been there previously.

“The fact he was washed up on 90 Mile Beach raised lots of questions with very few answers.”

Police conducted a thorough inquiry including searching missing persons’ files, fingerprint checks, inquiries with forensic dentists, shipping company records, inquiries into overboard fishermen, Interpol inquiries and searching carparks and camping grounds in the Far North – to no avail.

The initial investigation was carried out by a police officer based in the northernmost police station in the country, who “used all his resources and plugged all his contacts for any information and effectively came up blank”, Coroner Shortland said.

A subsequent post-mortem examination unearthed no evidence of pre-mortem injuries however, extensive post-mortem injuries were present which were likely to be the result of shark bites, Dr Jane Vuletic said.

“Due to the degree of decomposition present, a cause of death was not identified.”

Coroner Shortland said Mr Raju had been in the water for so long it defeated any possibility of accurately determining the cause of death.

However there were no injuries which suggested violence either before or during death.

Police also found no activity on Mr Raju’s Facebook page or with his bank balances.

On the balance of probabilities it was most likely Mr Raju drowned, Coroner Shortland said.

“He had not been in trouble with the law. There was no indication he was in conflict with other persons.

“There is no evidence to suggest he was mentally unwell or unstable. As to why he was there and how he got there remains inconclusive.”

Mr Raju’s body remained in the mortuary fridge in Auckland awaiting pick up for two years following his post-mortem examination, Coroner Shortland said.

However, “it came to a point where his body was a health and safety issue and, therefore, the process was then hastened for the purpose of disposal”.

His cremation was funded through ACC. His ashes remain in an urn until either his family claim them or directions are given as to their disposal.

By Brendan Manning – APNZ

Hundreds of people are missing in New Zealand without a trace! At least 450 people, including several Indian students, are missing in New Zealand for more than two years.

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New Zealand tourists of the week!

Posted by te2ataria on March 3, 2013

Two English tourists left with only swimsuits

“Dream trip” to New Zealand for Ben Horner and Claire Barham, both 25, turns into the usual New Zealand nightmare.

“Two English tourists were left with only the swimsuits they were wearing after returning from a swim in Taupo to find their van and possessions stolen,” according to a report.

“We’ve just been upset. It’s hard to enjoy anything at the moment,” said Mr Horner.

“It hasn’t tainted our view of New Zealand because since it’s happened we’ve met some people who have been incredible to us.”

Well, stick around another couple of weeks, and who knows … you might easily join more serious statistics!

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Yet another Indian man savagely murdered in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on February 3, 2013

Young Indian man “most likely burned alive”: NZ police

The body of Shalvin Prasad, 21, was found still ablaze on the side of McRobbie Rd in Kingseat on Thursday morning, according to a report.

Shalvin Prasad
Shalvin Prasad, 21, was murdered in New Zealand Thursday.  Police believe “he was most likely burned alive.” Mr Prasad would have turned 22 today.

“Based upon what we now know about Shalvin coupled with the fact his vehicle and some personal possessions are still missing it is believed that another person or persons are involved in his disappearance and death”, a police Inspector said.

Victim’s family were informed of his death . His brother, Pravin Prasad said Shalvin was the youngest and was “full of life”.

“Family and friends are the centre of his world,” he said.

“He loves to play soccer and enjoyed his job. He is probably the most innocent 21-year-old you could meet.”

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When will Dotcom be assassinated?

Posted by te2ataria on November 24, 2012

Sent by a reader

Corporations are like people and Megaupload has already been ‘assassinated’

As the Dotcom case shows serious signs of falling apart, NZ Prime Minister/government must be wondering where to find the money to compensate the big man.

The authorities in the U.S. have already assassinated Megaupload, a corporation and therefore legally a person, setting a precedence for the NZ spooks and their military-trained private contractors to eliminate its founder, Kim Dotcom.

Sure as hell he won’t be staying quiet once the case falls apart and would be demanding Megacompnsation for all sorts of damages.

Can you see NZ government which arrested and mistreated him coughing up any damages anytime soon? Doubt it.

Surely it must be a matter of when, not if!


Kim Dotcom photographed  in a police cell. He complained of being assaulted by Special Tactic Group officers who had wrongfully arrested him. Photo supplied/ source: NZHerald

Sorry big fella, it was probably nothing personal!!

[This submission was allowed in the hope that it might thwart any assassination attempt on Mr Dotcom by NZ government agents/contractors. Moderator D.H.]

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New Zealand a source of underage girls for the sex trade

Posted by te2ataria on June 20, 2012

New Zealand is a source of underage girls for the sex trade and a destination for foreign workers subjected to forced labour: The U.S. State Department

The report calls the sex trafficking in New Zealand and the country’s use of forced labour as 21st century slavery.

“A small number of girls and boys, often of Maori or Pacific Island descent, are trafficked domestically to engage in street prostitution while some are victims of gang-controlled trafficking rings.”

New Zealand does not have effective anti-trafficking laws and does not criminalise all forms of forced labour, the State Department report says.

Women from China and South East Asia “may be recruited from their home countries by labor agents for the purpose of prostitution and may be at risk of coercive practices,” says the report.

“Although slavery is prohibited, its definition only covers situations of debt bondage and serfdom; thus, this prohibition does not cover forced labor obtained by means other than debt, law, custom, or agreement that prohibits a person from leaving employment.”


MISSING: The US State Department report on trafficking featured a comparison between 19th Century US slavery and a 2007 ad for a sailor who quit a fishing boat in NZ.  Sourced from Stuff NZ.

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