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Another Body Found in Burning Car

Posted by te2ataria on May 4, 2011

NZ Boasts the Largest Number of Dead Bodies in Burning Cars

Police are investigating [they always make that claim] after, yet again, another body [second burning body in 5 days] was discovered in a burning car, this time near Levin in Horowhenua earlier this morning.

Police found the body, believed to be a man, on a track in Waitarere Beach Forest, about 15km northwest of Levin, about 7.20am after receiving reports of smoke coming from the forest. More…

Having changed their tune from “there was nothing to suggest the death was suspicious,” to “it was too early to say if the death was suspicious,” they have now coined a new liner: “[murder] was being treated as unexplained.”

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Best Comment of the Day

Posted by te2ataria on April 24, 2011

Bodies wash up much more frequently than is reported: A Reader

In a response to Corpses Litter New Zealand Cities, HPP sent the following comment:

Bodies wash up much more frequently than is reported in our local newspapers.  Some of them are suicides, accidents, while many were actually probably homicides made to look like accidents.

Nobody has the money, or trust in the system, to seek justice in a transparent manner. So many disputes are settled informally. When you first realise this, it is terrifying. As if you have moved to the Wild West.

One reason why Kiwis do not share information about themselves readily is because they are so quick to use it against one another when some arrangement goes pie shaped.

Since moving down here, we have become less naive about people’s ulterior motives. We have learned to expect the worst, to look more to the bottom line with people. “What is the worst this person can do to me”.

To behave any other way is to waste precious time and reduce your chances of survival.

An acquaintance remarked this morning, “This is the most cunning society I have ever lived in”.

A psychologist friend responded to this, “Cunning is the analog of ethics for sociopaths of all stripes”.

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Not a day, not an hour goes by without a body being found somewhere in New Zealand

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