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Who killed Israel Jack?

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.”

israel jack
Mystery Death Victim Israel Jack. Who killed Mr Jack?

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New Zealand Murder News Headlines

Posted by te2ataria on July 30, 2010

‘Violent death’ for [Australian] woman killed in Wellington flat

Allison McPhee, 42, unemployed, described as transient [and believed to be an Australian,] was killed violently in a Newtown Park flat, in Mansfield St. Wellington.


Allison McPhee’s badly battered body was found  in a Newtown Park flat in Wellington.

Her body was found on Wednesday afternoon, about five days after she was murdered, according to police.

”The post mortem indicates the deceased died a violent death…the post mortem shows she was definitely attacked. It would indicate a weapon was  possibly used.” Police said.

”Evidence from the scene shows violence has occurred. We believe violence occurred in the flat.”

“The flat was on the same street as a halfway house where Kelly Noema, 37, was stabbed to death in August, a day after he was bailed there by police.” NZPA said.

Police are also investigating another possible murder after the body of  a man was found floating near Miramar Wharf on Thursday.

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4 Koreans Killed: SATANIC CULTS or KIWI CONTRACT

Posted by te2ataria on May 10, 2010

This is going from bizarre to bloody ridiculous!

First the Mother and Two Daughters, Now the Husband and Father are Murdered/Killed/Found Dead

The husband of Korean woman and father of their two girls who were murdered/killed/died in their Christchurch home last week has now been found murdered/killed/dead.


Young Jin Baek, 44, Korean father and husband whose estranged wife and two teenage daughters were killed, was found dead today. Photo: IAIN McGREGOR- The Press. Image may be subject to copyright.

Police said Young Jin Baek, 44, was found dead in Avonhead, a Christchurch suburb,  yesterday morning. “It is believed to have been in a public place,” said a report.
[Arranged that way so no one would suspect anyone/anything!?]

Police confirmed in a statement this afternoon that he was the husband and father of the Korean family found dead in the city last week. Sung Eun Cho, 43, and two daughters, Yeon Sue Baek (Kelly), 13, and Yeon Jae Baek (Holly), 17, died at their home in Apsley Drive, Avonhead.

“Police are not seeking anyone else in connection with the death and it has referred to the Coroner’s Office,” police statement said, without giving any reasons or details.

“At the end of last week, Mr Baek’s lawyer said the father of two was ‘overcome with enormous grief.'”

“Mr Baek is obviously very, very devastated and is not making any comments,” the family lawyer, who declined to be named, said at the time.

“I think he needs some help and needs to rest. As a friend and father, I can relate to the pain he is going through.”

That’s all well and fair but he wasn’t even living with his wife and daughters.

What is a kiwi Contract?

A kiwi contract is the killing of wealthy foreigners for their cash and other assets. Usually the entire family, often wealthy retired couples, are killed and their bank accounts emptied afterward.

In October 2009, in Missing Presumed Dead the blog said:

[Teams of gangsters consisting of ] Key individuals within the SIS [NZ spy network] and NZ Immigration agents, who have access to private information on foreigners and are trained on surveillance and murder techniques, as well as a number of bank officers in international banks operating in this country, are directly involved in the murders [of wealthy foreigners who are lured to this country for ‘lifestyle.’]

THE BLOG WILL CONTINUE INVESTIGATING THIS BIZARRE QUAD MURDERS/DEATHS.

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NZ Murders, Deaths, Road Kills, Rapes …

Posted by te2ataria on December 29, 2009

Crimes Committed in NZ During the Past  24 Hours

An undisclosed number of people were murdered,  killed on New Zealand’s Death Roads, or found dead in the past 24 hours or so.

Murder Mystery:

1. One of the two men who were standing on a cliff at the Ninety Mile Beach this afternoon suddenly decided to take a fall and was swept out to sea. The other jumped after him. One was killed, the second one not  seriously harmed.

2.  “Top journalist Helen Bain was killed as she tried to cross a Wairarapa river on her horse.

3. Body of a man found near Lake Taupo.

Roadkills:

An undisclosed number of people were killed on New Zealand Death Roads (the usual rate is an average of 3.3 people per day) and about 6 times as many were injured.

Rapes:

Of an unknown/undisclosed number of rapes that occurred in New Zealand during the last day or so, four particularly violent/ heinous incidents were publicized by the police.

1. A woman was dragged from a taxi stand in Auckland, raped and robbed.

2. A woman was assaulted after an attacker knocked on the door at her Dunedin home. She was then raped as her two children slept in the next room.

3. A 15-year-old girl in Timaru was raped by two men. “She doesn’t have any life-threatening injuries…[but] there were circumstances surrounding the assault that make it serious.”  Police said (!)

4. A 10-year old Southland girl was attacked by two men, who raped and robbed her.

Note: While the gang rape of children is quite common in New Zealand, the last story might be a “rape spoof” created by the New Zealand police to discredit/ trivialize the other two reported rapes by association.

NOTE: When the police farce says very few of the many rapes that occur in New Zealand are committed by complete strangers, they are, again, lying through their teeth.

As usual, the opposite of the rape statement made by the NZ thick blue line is true.

Molotov Cocktails Attack:

After a dispute between two Nelson women and a local man went unresolved, the two women returned with Molotov cocktails throwing two bombs at the man’s house in Warren Kelly Street in Richmond about 11pm, Nelson police said. One of the two bombs entered the house through a window causing extensive damage.

New Zealand Children

A new report released today says New Zealand youth have the highest  rates of mental illness, suicide, teen pregnancy and suffer more injuries than the youths  in all other OECD countries.

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/3196998/Kiwi-youth-unhealthy-but-help-tenuous-says-report

Welcome to New Zealand!

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“Dr Kim McGregor, of Rape Prevention Education, said a separate survey in 2006 found that only 9 per cent of all sexual offences were reported to the police ,” … this contrasted with the police saying to the researchers that 60 to 70 per cent of sexual assault claims were false.

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The George Orwell MiniTrue Award

Posted by te2ataria on November 22, 2009

sent by a reader in Blenheim

This Week’s Winner of The Big Brother Honest Journalism Award: The Northern Advocate

The George Orwell MiniTrue Award (aka the ‘Big Brother Honest Journalism Award’) for this week goes to New Zealand’s The Northern Advocate for the following:

Story Title: Gold-toothed skull found on beach

Orwellian Newspeak comment that grabbed the prize:

‘The skull – obviously old, but said to still have hair and gristle attached to it – was found by Australian tourists walking on the beach at Glinks Gully, 24km south of Dargaville, on Tuesday.’


GRISLY FIND: Glinks Gully resident Geoff Nicols points to the site where the skull was found. Source: Northern Advocate. Image may be subject to copyright.

Background information:

Tourist Catch of the Day: Severed Head, Torso

Tourists Find Severed Head and Torso in Northland, New Zealand. A pair of Australian tourists found a severed head and torso in the sand dunes near the entrance of Glinks Gully, about 20 kilometers south west of Dargaville, Northland, New Zealand.

However, the police, which seems to have decided that the headlines were bad for business, apparently forced the reporter(s) to change the headlines and certain parts of their story to make it sound as if the discovery of a severed head and dismembered torso was actually something completely different. The new Stuff NZ headline read: Skull found on Northland beach

NZ Herald echoed much of the same: Very old’ skull found on Northland beach

A “very old” human skull has been found on a beach south of Dargaville.

Police spokeswoman Sarah Kennett said the skull is being referred to a pathologist to find out when the person died.

She said the skull was found in the sand dunes in Glinks Gully, Te Kopuru, Northland.

Asked if it could be a skull from pre-European colonisation, Ms Kennett said she could not say. [Amazing!]

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10610331

NZ Police Interfere with News Coverage

As luck had it…

The two Australian tourists, Louisa and Michael Ergles, who discovered the severed head, read the new, amended headlines and apparently contacted the [advertising] media.

Mr Ergles who is a search and rescue officer in his hometown of Lajamanu in the Northern Territory, Australia, said, “there was still a bit of flesh on the head when we found it.”

“I don’t think it would have been there longer than a year.”

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/3081933/Dargaville-skull-not-that-old-tourists

[Note: All mentions of the ‘torso’ have also been removed from the new versions of the story. ]

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    NZ Police Interfere with News Coverage

    Posted by te2ataria on November 20, 2009

    Freedom of Press? My Foot!

    Corrupt New Zealand police caught interfering with news coverage, AGAIN!

    Yesterday this blog posted details of a severed head and torso discovery by two Australian tourists in Northland:

    “Local camp ground operator Geoff Nicols says a pair of Australian tourists were shocked to spot a head poking up out of the sand and asked to use his phone to call police.” A report said.

    The story, reported by ROSE STIRLING of Dargaville News, clearly quoted eye witness  Geoff Nicols as saying, “Australian tourists were shocked to spot a head poking up out of the sand…”

    Two points about the statement:

    First, there’s no mention of a skull poking up out of sand. Most adult Australian would know the difference.

    Second, this blogger has never met or heard of anyone, especially the Aussies,  being shocked by the discovery of a skull on a beach.

    The original headline seemed perfectly adequate. Not least because it was factual:

    “Head, torso found on Northland beach”


    Here’s a screen shot of  a google search saved on November 20, 2009 at about 1:40GMT

    However, the police, which seems to have decided that the headlines were bad for business, apparently forced the reporter(s) to change the headlines and certain parts of their story to make it sound as if the discovery of a severed head and dismembered torso was actually something completely different. The new Stuff NZ headline read:

    Skull found on Northland beach

    [Note: The new version was not a regular update, but the reporter was made to re-write the story and then it was posted under the same URL: http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/3079423/Head-torso-found-on-Northland-beach. As of posting, the original version was no longer available from Stuff NZ website.]

    NZ Herald echoed much of the same:

    ‘Very old’ skull found on Northland beach

    A “very old” human skull has been found on a beach south of Dargaville.

    Police spokeswoman Sarah Kennett said the skull is being referred to a pathologist to find out when the person died.

    She said the skull was found in the sand dunes in Glinks Gully, Te Kopuru, Northland.

    Asked if it could be a skull from pre-European colonisation, Ms Kennett said she could not say. [Amazing!]

    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10610331

    As luck had it…

    The two Australian tourists, Louisa and Michael Ergles, who discovered the severed head, read the new, amended headlines and apparently contacted the [advertising] media.

    Mr Ergles who is a search and rescue officer in his hometown of Lajamanu in the Northern Territory, Australia, said, “there was still a bit of flesh on the head when we found it.”

    “I don’t think it would have been there longer than a year.”

    http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/3081933/Dargaville-skull-not-that-old-tourists

    [Note: All mentions of the ‘torso’ have also been removed from the new versions of the story. ]

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    Tourist Catch of the Day: Severed Head, Torso

    Posted by te2ataria on November 19, 2009

    Tourists Find Severed Head and Torso in Northland, New Zealand

    A pair of Australian tourists found a severed head and torso in the sand dunes near the entrance of Glinks Gully, about 20 kilometers south west of Dargaville, Northland, New Zealand.

    “Local camp ground operator Geoff Nicols says a pair of Australian tourists were shocked to spot a head poking up out of the sand and asked to use his phone to call police.” A report said.

    “There’s no public telephone around here so they came down to my house to ring the police station.”

    Nicols says it took 45 minutes before a police officer contacted them, “No-one was answering the phone at the Dargaville police office.”

    “I went and saw the head and stayed with it until the police arrived.

    “There were bits of gristle and hair at the back of the skull,” says Mr Nicols.

    “I reckon it would have been buried there a few years.”
    [More recently dumped body parts take a while before they show up!]

    “It was right up the top of the dune and I’m sure it must have been placed there.”

    “It maybe that somebody disposed of the body in different places.”
    [Doesn’t he know the drill well?]

    Nichols thinks the find was unearthed when part of the dune was washed away by a large wave.

    Dargaville Police Station is still unmanned, and therefore no-one was available for comment.

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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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