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Killed in NZ 2020

Earlier entries are posted at Proudly Killed in NZ!!

On average, at least three foreigners are killed/ murdered in NZ every two days!


More than 40,000 foreigners have been violently killed, permanently maimed, or seriously injured by NZ tourism machination between Jan 2000 and December 2019.
The Axis of Evil, however, blocks the warnings posted here, preventing the potentially life-saving information from reaching the next waves of would-be victims.
Each time, before a foreigner is killed in this country, their basic human rights have already been trampled on by being denied the safety warnings.


Hundreds of foreigners were killed in NZ in 2019, of whom at least 27 were US Citizens [cf. 20 US military personnel killed by hostile fire in Afghanistan last year.] 

The Final Destination 2020: Extreme censorship by the Axis of Evil means even fewer fatalities are being reported this year. . .

– The following is an excerpt from a statement made by a nephew of two of the victims’ of White Island negligent mass homicide on behalf of the Singh family:

“Proper safety equipment would have saved my family.” –Singh family

“Tours should not be operated without comprehensive disclosure of risks associated, and a complete assessment of geothermal and seismic activity.”

“I visited Paul and Mary every day since Dec 10 while they were at the Middlemore Hospital, the last 50 days of my life were distressing, slow and agonising painful. I seriously request and encourage volcano tourism in NZ and around the world to charter proper safety equipment including appropriate heat resistant gear/clothing, safety glasses, helmets and face masks. Proper safety equipment would have saved my family. Tours should not be operated without comprehensive disclosure of risks associated, and a complete assessment of geothermal and seismic activity.”

Killed in NZ 2020


–     Name release – workplace incident, Otorohanga [Tuesday, 18 February 2020 – 11:27am | Waikato]
“Police can now name the woman who died in a work-related incident on Bayley Road near Otorohanga on 10 January.
“She was 35-year-old [German national] Lucy Nolscher, who lived in Otorohanga.”  She reportedly died in a quad bike crash.

 –   Woman found dead in Tauranga farewelled  []
“A woman found dead after a domestic incident in Tauranga has been farewelled in Auckland. Mother of two, Jessielee Booth [her nationality has not been disclosed,] was the partner of Anthony John Fane [his nationality has not been disclosed,] the man killed after a shootout during a police chase on Thursday. ”

–    Woman dies in single-vehicle crash near Ohinewai, Waikato Feb 10, 2020
A woman [her name and nationality have not been disclosed as of Feb 18.,] has died after a single-vehicle crash just north of Huntly, Waikato.

–   The Final Destination: Body of Missing British Woman Found  [February 15, 2020]
Missing British Hiker Stephanie Simpson Found Dead. Stephanie Simpson, 32, was the one of latest foreigners to be killed in New Zealand. She was killed while hiking in Mount Aspiring National Park, one of NZ’s top tourist deathtraps.
UPDATE: Body of missing British tramper located
Searchers located missing hiker Stephanie Simpson’s body this afternoon, police said.
The discovery was made about 1.40pm in the Pyke Creek area, in Mount Aspiring National Park, in New Zealand’s Southern Alps region.
Earlier, searchers had found items in the area thought to belong to Stephanie, including a pack and a pair of boots.
Ms. Simpson, from the Basildon area of Essex, was reportedly on a working holiday in New Zealand.

Friday, 14 February 2020 – 11:03pm | Canterbury
Name release: Body located near Akaroa Harbour
Police have named the diver whose body was located near Akaroa Harbour on 13 February. He is 56-year-old George Sun, who lived in Christchurch. [His nationality has not been revealed by police.]

Diver killed near Whangārei, Northland []
1. ‘The man who died following a diving incident in calm conditions in Northland has been named by police as Lee Victor Tohu, 52. [His nationality has not been revealed by police.]
2. “On Saturday, a 23-year-old Christchurch man drowned after jumping into the Hokitika River gorge. [His nationality has not been revealed by police.]
3. “On Sunday, Otago rescuers found a body, believed to be that of Vinnie Beecroft, a 14-year-old who went missing near Second Beach, Dunedin, on Thursday.
4. “On Saturday night, the Auckland Westpac Rescue Helicopter was tasked to Orere Point in south Auckland to assist a girl after a non-fatal drowning.  She was flown to Starship Children’s Hospital in a critical condition.”  [Her fate and nationality have not been revealed.]

Police have ignored calls to release the identity of dozens of people who have been killed in NZ this year so far including the following victims:

One dead after water incident at Karioitahi Beach
One person has died in a water incident at Karioitahi Beach, southwest of Auckland.
Emergency services were called to the beach about 7.15pm on Sunday, after three people got into difficulty in the water.

Person died in water incident, Ohope Beach
“Emergency services are at Ohope Beach following an incident this afternoon.
“Police were called to the area about 3.50pm after a person was pulled unresponsive from the water. That person has since died.”

 –   Missing swimmer’s body found in Whanganui River – Jan 27 2020
The body of a man missing in the Whanganui River since Sunday afternoon has been found.
Police will release the name of the man, a 24-year-old Israeli national, as soon as family have been notified. [That was 18 days ago!]

Tuesday, 28 January 2020 – 2:12pm | Waitematā
Body located in Karekare
The Police Dive Squad has located the body of a man who went missing while at a swimming hole in Karekare.
The man will now need to be formally identified and next-of-kin notified, many of whom are overseas. [Eye witnesses confirmed that the young man was a Korean national.]
[“A woman staying nearby said a young Korean man went into the water and disappeared. She was upset and said she’d known the man for a week.“]

Monday, 27 January 2020 – 1:28pm | Central
Body located in Whanganui River search
Police have this afternoon located a body in the Whanganui River.
While formal identification is yet to take place, police believe it is the man who failed to surface near Upokongaro yesterday.
His body was located in the Mosquito Point area.
Police will release the name of the man, a 24-year-old Israeli national, as soon as all family notifications have taken place.

One dead following motorcycle crash in Mackenzie
Feb 04 2020
One person has died following a crash on State Highway 79 the Geraldine-Fairlie Highway at Middle Valley in the Mackenzie.
One dead after water incident at Karioitahi Beach
One person has died in a water incident at Karioitahi Beach, southwest of Auckland.
Emergency services were called to the beach about 7.15pm on Sunday, after three people got into difficulty in the water.

Monday, 27 January 2020 – 5:42pm | Tasman
Name release – Hokitika River incident
Police are now in a position to release the name of the 23-year-old man who failed to surface from the Hokitika River on Saturday.
He was Solomone Tuitalau, [believed to be a Tongan national who lived in] Christchurch.

–    Korean [Chinese?] student Kevin Kum Fike Lee identified as one of the two people found dead on the Makarora River  [Wednesday, 12 February 2020 ]
Name release – Makarora River death –  Police can now confirm the identity of one of the two people found dead on the Makarora River, on Saturday 8 February.  He was 22-year-old Kevin Kum Fike Lee, who reportedly lived in Dunedin. The Otago University student was one of at least two people whose bodies were found in the Makarora River in Mt Aspiring National Park by members of public at the weekend. The ID of his female companion whose body was also found in the river has not been revealed as of February 15.]

–   The Final Destination: Two More Chinese Nationals Killed in NZ [February 11, 2020]
Victims of Double Fatal Makarora Crash were Chinese Nationals
Man charged with killing two Chinese Tourists in Otago crash
A 29-year-old fruit picker has been charged with killing two people in a car crash in Otago, and injuring one other . He was charged with careless driving on January 30 near Makarora, in Central Otago, causing the deaths of two Chinese tourists of Pei Lu Chan and Yee Fun Pang.  [The two victims were reportedly named in court papers, but for some reason their ages were not disclosed. Editor]

Spate of Otago fatal crashes ‘hard to comprehend’ – district’s top road cop [crocodile tears?] – Jan 31, 2020
“Three deaths on Otago roads in less than 24 hours is a tragedy, the areas top road policing cop says.
“Two people died in a crash on State Highway 6, between Wanaka and Haast, about 10.30pm on Thursday.
“It is understood the pair were tourists, but police were not in a position to confirm.
“Earlier on Thursday, another person died when their four-wheel-drive crashed off Macetown Rd, near Arrowtown in remote Central Otago, about 12.15pm.” [Victim’s ID has not been revealed. Editor]

Four Deaths Devastate Otago Town of Makarora [Fifth person, a tramper, still missing]
Two bodies were found in the Makarora River by members of the public at the weekend, one on Friday, the other on Saturday. The pair, a man and a woman, had been tramping in Mount Aspiring National Park, police said.
Two people were killed in a car crash near Makarora on January 30. Two others were injured. [See above!]

–   The Final Destination: Latest Two Climbers Killed in Fiordland Named
February 5, 2020
Two climbers killed in the Fiordland National Park last week named
They were 27-year-old Mark Herzog from the US and 25-year-old Peter Adler who lived in Dunedin, police said.

–    Search for Hans Christian Tornmarck: Remains of the Swedish Tourist Eludes Searchers
Monday, 3 February 2020 – 2:54pm | Tasman
Second search to locate Swedish tourist unsuccessful
Hans Christian Tornmarck went missing in the Regina Creek, South Westland area in May 2017, whilst on a tahr hunting trip.

–   Name release – Morrinsville motorcycle crash
Police can now release the name of the motorcyclist who died in a crash near Morrinsville on Friday 31 January [later “corrected” to Sunday, 2 February.] He was 69-year-old Jean Philippe Jacquet [believed to be a French national.]

 –   Passenger dies aboard Auckland-bound China Southern Airlines flight
Health officials and police met flight CZ305 from Guangzhou when it arrived at Auckland Airport, a spokesman said. “Unfortunately, the passenger had passed away before arrival to Auckland Airport.”

–    The Final Destination: Indian American was 21st fatality in White Island negligent mass homicide  January 30, 2020
Wealthy Indian American tourist Pratap Singh named as the 21st fatality in White Island deadly eruption.
Mr Singh died from his injuries on Tuesday night, thanks to the the third rate treatment he received at Middlemore Hospital.

The Final Destination: Israeli male killed in NZ  January 27, 2020 Sent by blog contributors:
Israeli visitor’s body located in Whanganui River search
“Police have this afternoon located a body in the Whanganui River.
“Police will release the name of the man, a 24-year-old Israeli national, as soon as all family notifications have taken place,” police said.

–   Two more Chinese tourists maimed for life in yet another horror NZ crash January 23, 2020
Two Chinese tourists receive ‘traumatic injuries’ in serious Queenstown bus crash
23 Chinese nationals were injured in a bus crash near Queenstown that left a woman and a girl maimed for life, a report said.
Stuff understands a woman lost an arm and a girl both her hands in the crash. The woman was flown to Dunedin Hospital and the girl to Christchurch Hospital.

Friday, 17 January 2020 – 8:57pm | Canterbury
Name release – fatal house fire, Christchurch
Police can now name the man who died in a house fire on Shaw Avenue in Christchurch on Monday 13 January.
He was 50-year-old Karl Frederick Blackett, of Christchurch. [Nationality undisclosed.]

Friday, 17 January 2020 – 4:39pm | Counties Manukau
Favona Homicide: Police name 57-year-old victim as investigation continues
Counties Manukau Police are continuing with Operation Truro, the homicide investigation launched in Favona on Wednesday.
Today, Police can name the victim as 57-year-old [Tongan national] Meliame Fisi’ihoi.

Wednesday, 15 January 2020 – 7:48pm | Canterbury
Name release: Fatal paragliding crash
Police can now release the name of the woman who died following a paraglider crash in Selwyn yesterday.
She was 37-year-old Trudi Meij, a South African national living in Christchurch.

Singapore woman named as Athol fatal crash victim [Jan 02, 2020]
Singaporean Her Sin Ting, 85, died after a people mover vehicle hit a bank on State Highway 6 about 5pm, on December 14.

Wednesday, 15 January 2020 – 4:25pm | Canterbury
Name release: Missing kayaker, Lake Ellesmere
Police can now release the name of the kayaker who went missing on Lake Ellesmere last week.
He was Louis Solofua, 59, from Christchurch. [Victim is believed to be a Samoan national.]

Recently Killed or Critically Injured in and around Queenstown 
Sri Lankan national Lochana Kulasiri was critically injured in a multiple-vehicle crash in Queenstown on January 11.

At least five Chinese tourists were violently killed and seven others seriously/critically injured when a tour bus with 27 people on board rolled on State Highway 5 in Ngatira near Rotorua on September 4, last year.

Wednesday, 15 January 2020 – 12:56pm | Southern
Name release – Cape Saunders incident
Police can now name the man who died after being swept off rocks while fishing at Cape Saunders, Dunedin, on Saturday 21 December.
He was 47-year-old Clinton Kino. [Nationality undisclosed.]

–    The Final Destination: Indian Worker Killed in Sockburn, Christchurch [January 16, 2020]  Mandeep Sandhu​, 24, originally from Firozpur in India, moved to Christchurch in 2015, and was killed in a workplace incident at glass manufacturing company, Stake Glass in Sockburn about 6.20pm on Wednesday, a report said.

–   Body located in search for missing kayaker, Lake Ellesmere [16 January 2020]
Police searching for the missing kayaker on Lake Ellesmere have located a body about 2pm this afternoon.
While formal identification is yet to take place, Police believe the body to be that of 59-year-old Louis Solofua, who lived in Christchurch. [Samoan national?]

–   Singapore woman named as Athol fatal crash victim [Jan 02, 2020]
Singaporean Her Sin Ting, 85, died after a people mover vehicle hit a bank on State Highway 6 about 5pm, on December 14.

–   Police name Murchison crash victim [Jan 03, 2020]
Police have released the name of the man killed in a two-vehicle crash near Murchison in December.  David Shuttleworth, 61, was killed when the ute he was driving collided with a truck. [Victim’s nationality not reveled by police.]

–    The Final Destination: At Least Four More Foreigners Killed in NZ  [January 15, 2020] SA woman, Samoan man, and at least two other foreigners killed in NZ

–    The Final Destination: Tongan dad, Aussie father die… [January 13, 2020] Tongan dad Valeliano Mita named as person killed by drowning in Seatoun
Valeliano Mita, 40, was fishing off Seatoun wharf in Wellington with his family, when his son fell into the rough water below, a report said.
He jumped in and saved his son, but had to be pulled from the water by passers-by. He died from unspecified injuries/condition later.
Mr Mita leaves behind a wife and three children. He reportedly lived in Wellington.

–   20th person dies in negligent mass homicide [White Island volcano eruption]
Death toll from volcanic eruption in New Zealand has risen again. A “highly respected and well-liked” Melbourne man Paul Browitt died from his injuries in Alfred Hospital on Sunday, raising the toll to 20 [includes the two victims who are missing presumed dead,] a report said.

The victim’s 21-year-old daughter Krystal died in December, while another daughter Stephanie is said to be in a stable condition in hospital.

–    The Final Destination: German Dentist Killed in NZ [January 12, 2020]
From sex tourism to visiting for euthanasia – Tracking on one of NZ’s busiest tourist deathtraps hailed as a “most beautiful” means for euthanasia.  The latest fatality was at least the 70th or so [reported] death on Tongariro Crossing, one of NZ’s busiest tourist deathtraps, since 2008.

–   The body of a Chinese woman was recovered in the same place, The Red Crater, in October 2019.

–    The Final Destination: Chilean Student, Chinese Male Killed in NZ
A female student from Chile was killed in a crash at a property on Ealing Rd in Coldstream, near Ashburton on Saturday, a report said.

The young woman had been studying agriculture in the region and is believed to have been two months away from completing a six-month scholarship program in New Zealand.

Chinese male, Zhongyu Deng, 40, Killed by Drowning in New Zealand
Police have finally named the Chinese male who was killed by drowning at Uretiti Beach, Waipu  10 days ago.
Sunday, 5 January 2020 – 8:18am | Northland
Fatality at Uretiti Beach, Waipu – name release
Police can now name the man who died after getting into difficulty in the water at Uretiti Beach, Waipu on 25 December 2019.”
He was Zhongyu Deng, aged 40, who lived at Flat Bush.

Mr Deng was one of a number of foreigners who was killed over the holiday period, whose identities have not been released.

Sleeping camper killed after vehicle rolls down hill into tent near Tokerau beach in Northland
A sleeping camper [named as Natasha Michelle Roys] was killed in The Final Destination style, when a stationary vehicle rolled down a hill and crashed into her tent at Tokerau beach, on the Karikari Peninsula.

 The Final Destination: Petr Mandik’s Body Found — still no mention of “his companion”

What happened to Mr Mandik’s “climbing companion”?
An anonymous informer has told the blog that Mr Mandik was accompanied by another person when he arrived at Mount Cook National Park. However, there’s no mention of that person in the police reports. WHY?

Body located in Mt Cook National Park believed to be missing man Petr Mandik –police
Wednesday, 1 January 2020 – 9:44am | Canterbury
Police update – Search for Petr Mandik

Police have located and recovered a body believed to be that of 50-year-old Petr Mandik.
While formal identification is yet to take place, Police believe the body to be that of Mr Mandik.
The body was located at the bottom of the Haast Ridge yesterday afternoon, December 31, where it was then recovered.  https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/update-search-petr-mandik

Mr Mandik was last seen travelling to Mount Cook National Park on Friday 13 December. Petr’s rental car was located  later at Tasman Valley carpark.
Petr Mandik, a Czech national, born in 1969, had just been appointed as Chief Security Officer of Temenos AG. We believe, based on previous incidents, he probably fell victim to foul play.
He planned to walk Ball Pass Route to Haast Ridge, from there he would climb to Plateau Hut and on to Mount Cook via Zurbriggen Ridge before returning to Christchurch. Petr did not make his flight from Christchurch Airport on Wednesday 18 December.

Foul Play? Probably!
Based on previous similar incidents, the moderators believe Mr Mandik probably fell victim to foul play!

[Historical Tourist Deaths] British couple killed in horror smash between car and lorry carrying steel in New Zealand are named
[19 FEB 2018]
Malcolm Lawrence Brierley and Margaret Anne Brierley, both 65, were pronounced dead at the scene in Christchurch, New Zealand
[Historical Tourist Deaths] Two Spanish tourists killed in NZ
Joan Roma-Serra and Eva Fajula-Rovira, who were both 34, were killed in a crash on State Highway One, north of Whangārei, in 2009.

[Historical Tourist Deaths] At least four more foreigners killed in NZ
Killed on the road, killed in the air, killed everywhere!

[Historical Tourist Deaths] Dean Voelkerling and a passenger [believed to be a foreigner] who has not yet been identified were killed when the light airplane they were travelling in fell from the sky just after midday on Monday and slammed into a paddock in Te Kopuru, south of Dargaville.

[Historical Tourist Deaths] Name release – paraglider death on Mt Roy, Wanaka
The man who was killed on Mt Roy, Wanaka, yesterday, 2 January 2018, was 54-year-old David Michael Jongsma.

[Historical Tourist Deaths] Name release – pedestrian fatal Palmerston North
The pedestrian who was killed after he was hit by a car on Broadway Avenue, Palmerston North at around 9:40am on 21 December 2017, was Pacific Islander Siosaia Mafileo who lived in Palmerston North.

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