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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
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.
Issued by Noreen Hegarty/Auckland City District/0274 951589
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.
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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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.
Posted in 10 Police Questions, 10 reasons to emigrate to NZ, 10 reasons to visit NZ, 10 worst Countries, 10 Worst Places | Tagged: blame the victim, Killed in New Zealand, moral compass, New Zealand, nz police, Pera Ariki Smiler, Yi-Chieh FENG | Leave a Comment »
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.”
Blog moderators sincerely hope Mrs Chun, who is a mother of two, is still alive. However, the chances of that are pretty slim.
- Another Chinese woman brutally murdered in New Zealand Posted on November 13, 2013
- Chinese Woman Raped in Broad Daylight as Kiwis Looked On Posted on May 30, 2009
- More people killed or missing in NZ Posted on February 22, 2015
- When NZ Killed the Vietnamese Man Posted on September 25, 2009
- Another Asian Killed in New Zealand Posted on September 7, 2009
- Chinese Exchange Student Killed in New Zealand Posted on February 8, 2010
- Korean Tourist: Missing, Presumed Dead!
- Another Korean Student Killed in New Zealand Posted on April 29, 2009
- New Zealand Kills Yet Another Korean Tourist Posted on May 13, 2009
- New Zealand Kills Another Korean Posted on January 11, 2010
- 3 Korean Women: Killed, Murdered or Suicide? Posted on May 5, 2010
- South Korean tourist’s head chopped off with spade Posted on October 14, 2008
- More people killed or missing in NZ
- Five More Foreigners Killed or Missing in New Zealand
- Another Aussie Goes Missing in NZ Lake
- Another Chinese Girl Missing in New Zealand
- Another Woman Gone Missing in New Zealand
- New Zealand: World’s Highest Rate of Missing Teens
- Another Chinese Boy Murdered, Presumed Missing?
- Will the Missing Aussie Be Found Alive?
- Eight More Tourists are Missing in New Zealand
- Foreigner No 459 Goes Missing in New Zealand Posted on June 9, 2009
- American Tourist Missing in New Zealand Presumed Dead
- Korean Tourist: Missing, Presumed Dead! Posted on June 11, 2008
- Why We Hate Koreans So Much? Posted on February 3, 2010
- Murdered in New Zealand: 4th Chinese woman in recent weeks! Posted on September 4, 2008
- Who Was the Woman Killed on State Highway One? Posted on February 28, 2012
- Another Chinese Girl Missing in New Zealand Posted on May 30, 2010
- What happened to this Irina Yun? Posted on January 2, 2009
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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.
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.
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 was killed in a crash off State Highway 1, near Hampden, just after 12am on Friday (3 July 2015).
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 was in with her partner crashed 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.
RIP. Sophie, left, and her twin sister Laura.
Wellington Harbour Body Identified
Police are in the process of contacting next of kin.
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.
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.
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Posted by te2ataria on July 4, 2015
Sent by a reader
So you want to talk about natural selection…
A female “gossip columnist,” who works for a shabby news outlet, has mocked the death of the Cook Islands family, Cindy George and her three children in Ashburton as “natural selection”.
[Incidentally, the columnist in question was herself mocked by her friends while still at school because she never washed her hands after using the toilet, despite being a chronic nail-chewer.]
The Ashburton tragedy, whether it was foul play, or an accidental disaster, had nothing to do with natural selection, other than in the diary of a racist scumbag.
However, the mechanics of natural selection do have a strong presence in New Zealand, and play an important role in the evolutionary process…
Take the 2.98 million foreign visitors who arrived in New Zealand in the year ended May 2015 (www.med.govt.nz/).
The foreign visitors who visit New Zealand each year risk becoming victims of:
- Inordinate number of homicides
- Fatal incidents in NZ’s notorious tourist deathtraps
- Deadly collisions on NZ’s deadly roads
- Lethal food poisoning
- Exposure to toxic chemicals
- Potentially deadly UV radiation
- Deadly viral infections
- Extreme sports that become life-threatening due to inadequate safety measures and/or faulty equipment
[Borrowed from Apartheid Fort New Zealand]
Yet, they keep on arriving, year after year!
Now, that’s natural selection working at its best.
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Posted by te2ataria on June 11, 2015
Was the victim last seen in the MacDonald’s, too?
Waitemata/Orewa Police are trying to identify a man who was found dead this morning (Thursday, 11 June 2015 ) on Orewa Beach, on the northern end of the beach near the cliffs, just after 7.30am.
“The person appears to be an Asian male, aged in his mid 20’s. He does not have any identification or personal belongings on him and Police are asking for anyone who knows who he is to contact Orewa Police on 09 426 4555.”
The victim was found wearing black trackpants with a white stripe down the side, a hooded sweatshirt and orange socks.
Until Police are able to identify the man [his next of keen will not be informed?] and look into the circumstances that led to this morning’s incident [what exactly was the nature of the “incident”?] the death will continue to be treated as unexplained. [Will murder be regarded as “explained” death in NZ police parlance?]
[To our international readers, who can still read this blog: Orewa beach is described as “one of the longest and safest beaches in Auckland,” on tourist literature.]
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Posted by te2ataria on May 14, 2015
The blog moderators strongly believe that the murder of 21-year-old Indian student Manjeet Singh was racially motivated.
Body on Mission Bay beach identified: Police
The man found dead on Mission Bay beach yesterday morning (13 May 2015) has been identified as 21 year-old Manjeet Singh, an Indian national who was in Auckland while on a student visa, police said.
Police said their inquiries into how the victim came to be dead in the water are continuing “and officers will be examining CCTV footage, bank and ‘phone records to try and establish his movements and who he was with in the city on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.”
The victim was at the Britomart McDonalds shortly after 1am yesterday, according to the police report.
Anyone with information about Mr Singh, should contact Detective Sergeant James Robson at Glen Innes CIB.
A post-mortem examination was held earlier today to establish the circumstances around Mr Singh’s death, the report said.
- In November 2013, Tarun Asthana, 25, was killed outside McDonald’s in downtown Auckland’s Queen St. He was returning from a night of clubbing with friends when he was punched and knocked to the ground, according to reports.
- In March 2011, a NZ Coroner ruled the badly decomposed body found at 90 Mile Beach three weeks earlier was that of Indian Student Mr Sunil Kumar Raghavaraju, 25, who was a student in Auckland.
- In October 2009, Srikanth Rayadurgam, 23, an Auckland University of Technology (AUT) student, left his Mt Albert home, Auckland, never to be seen again.
- In November 2011, Indian man Charanpreet Singh Dhaliwal was found dead with horrendous head injuries at a west Auckland building site. Police say the 22-year-old security guard was assaulted and died from head injuries.
Numerous other Indian nationals, including about a dozen students, have been killed or murdered in New Zealand since this blog began publishing. See blog content for more details.
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Posted by te2ataria on December 27, 2013
Body found in Nelson Lakes National Park believed to be that of English tourist Andrew Wyatt
Searchers looking for British tramper Andrew Wyatt have recovered a body in Nelson Lakes National Park, believed to be the missing tramper.
The body is yet to be formally identified, police said.
The body was found at the foot of a 100 metre precipice below the Lake Constance Bluff, which was the 41-year-old’s intended route. He had been missing for 12 days.
Mr Wyatt, from Cornwall, arrived in New Zealand on November 21 and was last seen on December 15 at Blue Lake Hut.
Andrew Wyatt, 41, yet another English tourist killed in New Zealand.
Mr Wyatt had intended to walk the 3,000-kilometre (1,900-mile) Te Araroa Trail, yet another tourist deathtrap, which runs along the entire length of the New Zealand, when he went missing.
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Posted by te2ataria on December 9, 2013
For each kiwi child in poverty, NZ Govt spends $20,000 on the military [to stop Ottoman Empire advancing on Otago!]
Increasingly, many more children living in crammed homes are ending up in hospital, according to a new report.
“I see these poor preschool children in crowded homes that are cold and damp coming in with skin infections. They are filling our wards,” Children’s Commissioner Russell Wills, a Hawke’s Bay paediatrician, said.
“The report, called the Child Poverty Monitor, was commissioned by Dr Wills after the Government rejected calls to start a comprehensive measure of child poverty, according to a report.
STATE OF CHILD POVERTY
- 265,000 children live in poverty, defined by income.
- 1 in 3 Maori and Pacific children live in poverty.
- 1 in 7 European children live in poverty.
- 1 in 6 struggle to afford basic necessities such as healthcare and clothing.
- 1 in 10 suffer from severe poverty, lacking basic necessities and adequate income.
- 3 out of 5 will be living in poverty for much of their childhood.
- 2 out of 5 impoverished kids living in working families.
- 51 per cent are from sole parent families.
- 60 per cent are from beneficiary families.
In Mr Key’s New Zealand …
How do they do it?
NZ PM Key and his corrupt government spend massive sums of money commissioning FAKE feel-good polls/reports.
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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.
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Posted by te2ataria on November 13, 2013
Rongmei Fan, 37, murdered in a “violent and brutal attack”
Police have named the Chinese woman who was murdered in a violent attack in Miramar, as the 37-year-old Rongmei Fan, mother of two young children.
Rongmei “Mei” Fan, 37, was victim of a “violent and brutal attack.” Ms. Fan had two young children aged 5 and 9. She had moved to New Zealand in 2006 from north China’s Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region, according to Chinese media reports.
The body of Ms Fan was discovered by a friend on Sunday evening. She was last seen last Friday dropping her two little children off at their local school, Miramar Central School, and speaking with a teacher, according to a report.
“It is clear that this was a brutal and vicious attack that has taken the life of a young mother,” Defective Senior Sergeant John van den Heuvel said.
“Whoever has done this has taken away the mum of two little children which, any way you look at it, is a heartless act”.
Who killed Cissy Chen? Yet another unsolved murder in New Zealand.
New Zealand Police marked the first anniversary of yet another unsolved murder of a another Chinese woman, Bin ‘Cissy’ Chen, 44, who vanished from her home in north Auckland, on November 5, 2012.
Ms. Chen, an accountant, studied and worked in Auckland for 22 years, said her brother. Her body has not been found.
“We believe her body was buried in a secluded location, such as a green belt or bush reserve, and we’d ask people to think back about what they were doing on Guy Fawkes Night last year and whether they witnessed any behaviour in the North Shore area that appeared strange,” said Defective Sergeant Goldie.
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Posted by te2ataria on November 5, 2013
“I love you bro”
Those were the last words Eddie Lo said to his friend Tarun Asthana before his life support was switched off in Auckland City Hospital on Monday.
Tarun Asthana, 25, died yesterday after being punched outside McDonald’s in downtown Auckland’s Queen St early Saturday morning. He was returning from a night of clubbing with friends when he was punched and knocked to the ground, according to reports.
Tarun Asthana, 25, was studying to be a teacher. He never expected his life would be cut short this way.
“He was a kind, loyal, fun-loving guy. He was always respectful and nice to be around,” said his former employer, restaurant owner Garry Bates.
“He was always very reliable, just a nice guy. I liked him, I’m very sad.”
His friend Eddie Lo, who was with him when he was viciously attacked, said Asthana’s death was “heartbreaking” and he had to keep telling himself “you’re in a better place now“.
Grenville David McFarland, 27, a sailor in NZ Navy (!) was charged with assaulting Asthana in the Auckland District Court on Monday. Police said they might consider upgrading the charge!
He was granted bail and ordered to return to court on 15 November.
“Auckland Mayor Len Brown says there has been progress in making central Auckland streets safer, but admits more work needs to be done to prevent deaths like that of Auckland student Tarun Asthana.”
Unfortunately, Mr Athana wasn’t available to comment on Mayor Brown’s statement.
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Posted by te2ataria on October 29, 2013
Couple froze to death near summit of Mt Taranaki: Police
A Japanese climber and his partner died in a snow cave near the summit of Mt Taranaki.
Hiroki Ogawa, 31, and Nicole Sutton, 29, froze to death on the 2,520-metre-high mountain, NZ police confirmed on Monday.
“Ms Sutton lived through the night but passed away in the arms of rescue staff shortly after they arrived at 7.30am,” according to a report.
“I knew he would look after my daughter really well”
Ms Sutton’s parents had hoped she and Mr Ogawa would eventually marry and Mr Sutton said he knew the 31-year-old “would look after my daughter really well”.
At least 80 people have died on Mt Taranaki in recent times, however, the 3,754-metre Aoraki Mt Cook in the South Island, New Zealand’s highest, remains the deadliest with more than 200 deaths.
Nicole Sutton and Hiroki Ogawa on Mt Ruapehu. The couple froze to death on Mt Taranaki.
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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!
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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Posted by te2ataria on September 26, 2013
UNCHARACTERISTICALLY, police treating Jack’s death as suspicious!!
Israel Jack, 20, was found dead on Te Ngae Rd around 4.25am on Sunday, August 18. He was struck by at least two vehicles as he lay prone on the road, police said
He had been seen alive at the Caltex Te Ngae service station five minutes earlier, leaving a question unanswered as to how he covered 1.4km in that time, police said.
The police Defective in charge of the investigation has so far refused to say whether the victim was killed after being hit by vehicles or whether he had died beforehand.
His baseball cap was found on a fence post about 300m from his body and the police have no clue who put it there.
In another version of this story, a baseball “cap thought to belong to Israel Jack has been handed into police nearly three weeks after his death.”
Mystery Death Victim Israel Jack. Who killed Mr Jack?
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