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Police Concede: Missing student ‘probably dead’

Posted by te2ataria on May 10, 2010

Police Withhold 2 Key Information

1. In Srikanth Rayadurgam case, dead means Murdered

2. They probably know who killed him

Police have finally conceded that Srikanth Rayadurgam, 23, is probably dead. Mr Rayadurgam left the Mt Albert home of his sister Padam and Mr Kakanoor, where he lived, on Thursday, October 1, 2009. See Below.

His wallet and some personal items, INCLUDING HIS SHOES were found at the Westhaven Marina. However, it took a week before police divers searched the area. Why delay search for such a long time? Probably because (i) they knew exactly what had happened to him, and (ii) they thought his family wouldn’t care and all woul be forgotten soon.

The victim’s brother-in-law, Mr Kakanoor, believes the police bungled the case because they waited 7 days before attempting a half-hearted search.

“He said the only time he did not think about Mr Rayadurgam was when he was asleep.” NZPA reported.

“There is no closure, it is the biggest thing which is happening in our life,” Mr Kakanoor said.

Background:

Indian Student Missing in New Zealand, Presumed “Murdered.”

Another Victim of New Zealand Racism!

Srikanth Rayadurgam, 23, an AUT student has been missing for 4 days.

Srikanth Rayadurgam
MISSING PRESUMED “MURDERED.”  Srikanth Rayadurgam, 23, an Auckland University of Technology (AUT)  student, was last seen by his family around midday on October 1 when he left his Mt Albert home, Auckland, New Zealand.

He was last seen by his when he left his Mt Albert home about midday on October 1, 2009, and was reported missing  at 10 pm by family members who called the police.

The victim’s wallet was discovered by a cyclist near Westhaven Marina, St Mary’s Bay, around 8am the following day.

The incompetent New Zealand Police are still searching for any trace of of Mr Rayadurgam.

“When the missing man’s family heard of the discovery they visited the marina and uncovered further personal items, including Mr Rayadurgam’s backpack and some items of clothing.” A report said.

The police say his disappearance was particularly concerning because there was “nothing to suggest Mr Rayadurgam was unhappy or unwell.”

They have asked “anyone with information about the case or  anyone who saw anything suspicious around the Curran St end – under the Harbour Bridge – of Westhaven Marina is asked to contact Police immediately.”

Here’s the information they need, as if they don’t know already:

In all likelihood Mr Rayadurgam was yet another victim of racially-motivated foul play.

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Another Foreigner Reported Missing in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on November 18, 2009

And You Thought Bermuda Triangle Was Too Far Away!

Hungarian man disappeared while kayaking in Lake Wakatipu

Queenstown police say they have been searching for a Hungarian who  disappeared while kayaking in Lake Wakatipu last Friday.

“Gellert Csaba Mudra, 41, was last seen paddling on the lake about 4.45pm Friday after hiring a kayak for one hour, Queenstown Sergeant Brian Cameron said.”

Then he rubbed the New Zealand vanishing cream all over his body, and voila!

The kayak was found floating with the paddle and lifejacket stowed inside about an hour later, and its interior was dry.

“Police have grave concerns for Mr Mudra given the light clothing worn and the relatively chilly conditions of the past few nights,” the policeman said.

Police described Mr Mudra as 185cm tall, 95kg, with short grey hair and with a “middle-aged spread.”

Mr Mudra described as an experienced kayaker was wearing wire rimmed glasses,  light blue polo shirt, beige long-sleeve woolen pullover, blue jeans and beige trainers.

At first the police said that they had not “excluded the possibility” that Mr Mudra “walked off after beaching the kayak.”

And then:

The detective said police wanted to speak with another kayaker who was in Queenstown Bay, near the Botanical Gardens, between 4.30pm and 5.30pm on Friday.

“We are pretty sure he would have seen Mr Mudra on the lake – they were only two kayakers out there at that time ,” Mr Bartlett said.

The other kayaker, also a European man, was paddling a yellow river-style craft, and driving a dark-coloured station wagon.

But finally, they changed their tune and sang the old familiar “has recently been depressed” song!

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Missing Person’s Report [Amended] by New Zealand Police Farce

Queenstown Police are appealing for help from the public in their search for a Hungarian man who went missing on Friday November 13th after failing to return a hired Kayak used in the Queenstown Bay area of Lake Wakatipu.

41yr old Gellert Csaba MUDRA, who has been living in New Zealand for the past 2 1/2 years, was last seen paddling on the Bay at about 4:45pm on Friday afternoon, having hired a Kayak for an hour.

Mr MUDRA, who was wearing a beige coloured long sleeve woollen pullover, blue jeans, beige coloured trainers and a light blue polo shirt, is an experienced Kayaker and was wearing a light blue life vest when he left the beach.

At about 6:00pm the yellow and orange Minnow brand Kayak was found floating in the middle of the Bay with the paddle tucked inside the cockpit and the Life Jacket stowed behind the seat.

The strong winds present in the area at the time indicated that the craft may have drifted from the direction of the Lake Esplanade beach area.

The interior of the Kayak was dry as was the Life Jacket.

Police and Coastguard made shoreline searches of the Queenstown Bay and Frankton Arm areas of the Lake on Friday evening and again on Saturday without locating any sign of the missing man but have not excluded the possibility that Mr MUDRA may have walked off after beaching the Kayak in the Lake Esplanade area.

Sergeant Brian Cameron of the Queenstown Police says that Police have grave concerns for Mr MUDRA given the light clothing worn and the relatively chilly conditions of the past few nights.

Mr MUDRA has lived in Queenstown together with his wife for the past 18 months and has recently been depressed about his inability to find work.

Mr MUDRA is described as being about 185cm tall with a middle aged spread weighing approximately 95kgs and has short grey hair. He is clean shaven and wears wire rimmed glasses. Mr MUDRA speaks English well but with a strong European accent.

Police will reassess their search options again on Monday morning.

Police are asking that anyone who was boating in the Queenstown Bay area at the time the Kayak was found or anyone who may have seen Mr Mudra since to contact them on 03 4411600.

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Body at Waitemata May Be Missing Student

Posted by te2ataria on November 2, 2009

sent by a reader in Auckland

Body found near Waitemata Harbor may be that of the missing Indian student

Auckland police have not yet released the identity of  a body said to have been found in Millbrook Stream near Waitemata Harbor a few hours ago.

Srikanth Rayadurgam image sent by his friend in India copyright
Mr Srikanth Rayadurgam, 23, came to study in New Zealand in February 2009.

The body was reportedly found in Henderson by emergency services at about 2pm on Monday.

Based on information received from other sources, however, this writer believes that the body is that of the missing Indian student, Mr Srikanth Rayadurgam.

As of sending this information to the blog, police had not yet recovered the body from the water.

The 23 year-old AUT student was reported missing in October after failing to return to a Mount Albert home where he lived with his sister and brother-in-law.

His shoe, backpack, wallet and other personal items were found near the Westhaven Marina the following day. EOR.

UPDATE Added November 3, 2009

The perfidious police say the body is that of a missing NZ man, who lived locally.

In the initial blog entry after the victim was reported missing, Another Indian Student Missing in New Zealand, We said:

In all likelihood Mr Rayadurgam was yet another victim of racially-motivated foul play.

The moderator and blog contributors believed then and they believe now that he fell victim to a racially-motivated murder. Again, we hope we are wrong, but the likelihood that Mr Rayadurgam would found alive is very slim indeed.

Our international readers are reminded that the incompetent NZ police found the body of Mr Jae Hyeon Kim, the Korean student whose head was chopped by a kiwi,  five years after he was murdered, and only after they received an anonymous tip. See Fate of Foreign Students in New Zealand.

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Public Notice!

Posted by te2ataria on October 29, 2009

NZ Police Farce Are Keeping the Identity of Murder and “Accident” Victims Secret

Blog Moderator notes that the identities of many victims of murder, “accidents,” and death from unknown causes,  a percentage of New Zealand death toll,  including about two dozens in October 2009, have not been released.

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Another Japanese Man Missing in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on September 6, 2009

New Zealand Police Farce: Media Releases

Asian Male Missing In Orewa, New Zealand

5 September, 2009 – 14:01

Rodney Police say they have grave concerns for the well being of a 22 year old Asian male who is missing in Orewa. A description of the young man has been issued.

Masashi Hayama
Photo of Masashi Hayama from His facebook account.

HAYAMA-MORETON/ Masashi
Asian Male – Aged 22 years.
Height – 165 cm tall, thin build
Hair – shoulder length straight black hair
Clothing – unknown – generally dresses in black and his jeans always look like they are falling down. He is not in possession of his wallet or his cell phone.

HAYAMA-MORETON was last seen at about midnight on Tuesday 1 September 2009 at the Orewa Beach Holiday Camp. At the time he was in his Silver BMW car which was full of clothing. The vehicle is not being sought. There have been no further sightings of the 22 year old man since.

Mr Hayama has New Zealand residency. He has not returned to his regular home in the North Shore suburb of Bayswater, he has not contacted his family, or any of his friends. Police have carried out an extensive search for the man since he was reported missing by his parents on Wednesday 2 September 2009.

He is known to frequent the Takapuna area and generally stays within the North Shore. Friends have described his recent behaviour as erratic, however his disappearance is considered to be out of character.

[Note the preemptive stroke, preparing the public for the second phase: “Police said his death was not suspicious” statement that would probably follow soon, which means they already know he is dead! TEAA]

Police are appealing to the public for assistance in locating this missing man, and if anyone has any sightings they are urged to contact the Orewa Police on 09 426 4555 as soon as possible. –

Anyone with information contact the police:

Phone: +64 9 488 9758

This is the first news blog in New Zealand to spend a few minutes searching for and publishing a photo of the missing Japanese man, Masashi Hayama. [NZ police didn’t bother publishing the victim’s photo probably because they already knew he was dead.]

We hope he would be found alive and well, in the face of all odds and despite the murder trend against the Asians in New Zealand …

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Another Day, Another Decomposing Body in Aucklando

Posted by te2ataria on August 5, 2009

sent by Auckland Beachcomber – edited by TEAA

Welcome to the Murder/Death Capital of New Zealand

Dogs in Rigor Mortis…

… And Decomposing Bodies Floating in Creeks

School children discovered a decomposing body in Stanmore Bay Creek north of Auckland at about 7.30pm yesterday.

Rodney Area Commander Infector Janet Hope said police recovered  the body floating  in a creek last night when a member of public begged them to investigate.

“At this stage we basically don’t know how it came to be there.

“It’s unlikely we will have any information about the identity of the remains or any indication of foul play until the post-mortem results come back.”

Infector Hope reportedly said that the remains were “very decomposed”.

Come die an unnecessary death in New Zealand. There’s no other place quite like this sh*tpit!

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Murder Case Gone Cold?

Posted by te2ataria on July 31, 2009

sent by Aussie Ace01

Unsolved Murder, Missing Case?

Look for the kiwi connection and you’ll probably find your murderer!

Aussie police want to talk to a New Zealander in connection with a barman who went missing on his 21st birthday 30 years ago.

Just hours before his party, Marcus Wayne Allcornan, an assistant manager at The Imperial Hotel, who was also studying hospitality, went missing.  He has not been seen for almost 30 years.

Marcus Allcorn
Marcus Wayne Allcorn was last seen around 1am on January 29, 1980, when he finished a night shift at the Imperial Hotel on Oxford Street in Paddington, Sydney, Australia, the ABC reported.

Karol Blackley of Sydney police said they now want to talk to a New Zealander, John Brown, who was also working at the hotel bar 30 years ago.

“We believe he moved on to other hotels working,” she said. “Obviously, the name, John Brown, is fairly common and at the time it was difficult to track down Mr Brown.”

“We are seeking again to locate Mr Brown and allow him to give some evidence about the background of Marcus … and the circumstances at the time.”

Police have appealed for John Brown to come forward. They said Mr Brown was not a suspect, however, he was someone who had valuable information

‘‘At the time [of Mr Allcorn’s disappearance] it was difficult to track down Mr Brown … he’s a witness we haven’t had an opportunity to speak to in 30 years.

‘‘He may have missed prior media releases and we are seeking again to locate Mr Brown and allow him to give some evidence about the background of Marcus … and the circumstances at the time.’’

Officers who suspect Mr Allcorn was a victim of foul play have returned to the bar to use technology that was not available at the time of the disappearance to look for traces of blood.

“Police believe he met foul play, and today asked for Mr Brown to come forward and help them solve the case, to provide closure to Mr Allcorn’s family who they say are ‘’living in darkness’’.

“This week, police used modern forensic technology at The Imperial – where Mr Allcorn lived and worked – to shed light on his last movements.” ABC reported.

Police is applying Luminol examination, forensic technology unavailable in 1980s when Mr Allcorn went missing, ABC said.

‘‘We used Luminol examination, which can be used in identifying where DNA and blood might be located,’’ Detective Sergeant Blackley said.

However, she did not say if traces of Mr Allcorn’s blood had been found during the examination.

“Police also made a 3D video recording of the hotel layout using its Interactive Scene Recording and Presentation System (ISRAPS) to help an investigation for the coroner.” ABC said.

‘‘The evidence is in a visual format that can be presented to the Coroner’s Court.

‘‘It also allows witnesses at the Coroner’s Court to go to areas within the hotel captured on the footage and describe in more intricate detail where they were or how things were.’’

The case was reportedly reopened in 2007, when police formed Strike Force Christine to investigate the missing.

“He was a happy go-lucky young man, with everything to live for,” Ms Blackley said.

“He expressed no unhappiness at all and just disappeared without a trace.”

“About 11,000 people are missing reported each year in NSW, but 95 per cent of those people were found within a week, police said.”

“Cases unsolved for as many years as Mr Allcorn’s represented only 2 per cent of cases, police said.” ABC reported.

Note: Comare the above statistics with the number of people missing in New Zealand, bearing in mind the difference in the size and population of the two countries.

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