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Two More Foreigners Killed in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on June 13, 2010

NZ Government Unable to Suppress News of Two More Foreigners Killed

More Australian Tourists are killed in New Zealand than in OZ?

Victim No 1: Aussie Tourist

If you thought more Australian tourists were killed in New Zealand than in OZ, you’d probably be right!

John Parisis, 38, an Aussie tourist from New South Wales was killed after a fall on the West Coast’s Franz Josef glacier.  He was on a paid-for guided tour [The Tour Guide from Hell?] when “he slipped over while negotiating a path along the bottom of a crevasse, police said. of the Westland glacier. Interpol this morning contacted the family of John Parisis from New South Wales, who died while on a guided tour of the Westland glacier.” NZPA reported.

Another Brit Killed in New Zealand

Victim No 2: British Farm Worker

David Hearnden, a 47-year-old British farm worker, was killed  at his gate at Hikutaia, about 20km south of Thames, when the side of the road collapsed causing his car to roll into the canal, according to a  report.

He was a father of two whose NZ Death Clock started to tick when he came to New Zealand on holiday from Britain and decided to settle down and married a local woman.

NZ Government was unable to suppress the above news because Interpol was involved in the case of one victim, and the second victim had local connections.

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Yet Another Brit Proudly Killed in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on November 8, 2009

British Rock Climber Killed in Central Otago, New Zealand

Matthew Byron Allison, 26, was found dead near the base of Chinaman’s Bluff, 50km northwest of Queenstown, New Zealand, yesterday.

Mr Allison’s climbing companion, James Briscall, 37, from Wanaka, was rescued without so much as a scratch, even though the two climbers were using the same rope.

The pair were said to be experienced climbers. The explanation offered is, the accident happened after a rope became entangled while the pair were making their way back down the cliff face after completing the climb.

Somehow, Mr Allison took a near 200-meter dive to the bottom, as he tried “to free the rope.”

Yet again, the Brit’s death has been described as a “freak accident.” Mr Allison’s death has been referred to the usual coroner,  blah, blah, blah … case closed.

Next visitor please!

Mr Allison was the 1,736th foreigner killed in New Zealand since 2000.

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New Zealand Kills Yet Another Brit

Posted by te2ataria on June 5, 2009

British Tourist No xx99 killed in Christchurch, New Zealand

But that doesn’t seem to bother anyone! No one seems to mind how many tourists are killed in this country. And more tourists come here to meet their fate…

James Patrick Smith, 25, from the county of Kent, UK, was killed after he fell/was pushed over a roof 10 meters down into an alleyway in Queenstown, New Zealand,  early Friday.

“Mr Smith’s body was found in an alleyway off Shotover Street, near Base Backpackers and the Altitude bar, about 1.40am.” A report said.

Police says death NOT suspicious [as usual !]

Police is right in a perverted sort of way, of course, for two reasons:

1. How could it be suspicious if the tourists come to New Zealand knowing that they stand a high chance of being murdered/ killed?

2. Tourists who come to New Zealand, despite all the mortal dangers, must be emotionally disturbed, suffering from multiple personality disorder among other conditions; they are liable to climb 10-m high roofs like cats and fall down like dead flies when swatted on the head [or pushed over.]

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