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The Day of the Scumbags

Posted by te2ataria on September 15, 2009

Scumbag pakeha Murderer Weatherston Gets only 18 Years

Clayton Weatherston, 33, the well-connected psycho killer, a member of pakeha elite, received only 18 years for the frenzied murder.

Weatherston was sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum non-parole period of 18 years for stabbing Sophie Elliott to death 216 times, and mutilating her body afterward  in the bedroom of her Dunedin, New Zealand,  home on January 9, 2008.

Mark my words: He’d be out in less than 6 years time!

Sophie Elliott’s death sentence meant her life was taken away permanently with no chance of parole—EVER!

How heinous  a crime must pakeha elite commit, before they could receive a life-means-life sentence?

Perhaps justice Judith Potter, who must have been torn between her various allegiances </sarcasm>, could  answer that!

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Who Killed Annie Le?

News of murder of Annie Le, the Vietnamese woman who was killed at Yale University a few days ago,  coincided with the sentencing of scumbag Weatherston, which in turn followed a number of high profile murders committed by scumbag pakeha.

Instinctively, you know her murderer was either a pakeha, or someone with an identical psychopathology. Will wait and see!

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A Pair of Scumbags Confess to Ripping off Birds’ Heads

The most immediate thought that comes to mind is: What sort of lowlife [other than pakeha] would commit despicable acts  like that?

Two men have pleaded guilty to killing more than 30 birds at a South Canterbury aviary. Jonathan Fleming and Simiona John admitted they ripped the heads off parrots, galahs and other exotic birds at the Temuka Bird Zoo last month. A third accused, Michael Kircaldie, has not yet entered a plea.

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