Heavily Censored Police Road Fatality Reports:
- ONLY two vehicle-related fatality reports allowed by police today, as of posting, despite at least two dozen serious crashes that have been reported locally involving a baby, two “mototorcylist,” a bus-car collision, a pedestrian…
- Based on insider information, statistical models and local news, We believe about 900 people were killed and 8,000 others seriously injured on NZ suicide roads in 2016; However, only 328 fatalities reported, last year.
- To protect the tourist industry and massive foreign investment, about two out of every three road fatalities go unreported, or the dead are statistically resurrected by NZ government.
- 32 Foreigners killed in New Zealand in 32 days [Posted on January 25, 2017]
- Police told to keep their mouths shut about overseas licence holders
- Don’t reveal crash driver’s ethnicity, police told.
Murder mystery, negligent homicide, death by drowning or suspected suicide?
[Most probably, the police will never know the answer, or we’ll never be told!]
Body found in Tauranga harbour, Bay of Plenty [of Deaths]
Police say they were notified around 1:45pm today that a body had been found near Pudney Rocks in the Tauranga Harbour, Bay of Plenty [of Deaths.]
As usual, they’ve no idea “how the body came to be in the water.” [Why wasn’t it flying in the air, or buried 6 feet in the ground, like all others?]
“The identity of the deceased cannot be confirmed until a formal forensic examination, and as such Police has no further comment at this time.” [And, for once, they’ve resisted calling the death UNEXPLAINED, or NOT SUSPICIOUS.]
NZ Police: Pay peanuts, and you’d lucky to get even monkeys
Police failures outlined [in yet another police fuck-up]
“Communications failures led to ”major” mistakes in the operation to rescue a Dunedin fisherman whose boat was engulfed by flames, a debriefing has found.” https://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/police-failures-outlined
The Grateful Dead
Fatal Crash Riverton-Wallacetown Highway
The man who was killed in a violent crash on the Riverton-Wallacetown Highway, Oporo, yesterday morning was Conor Drake, 21, who lived in Otautau.
Greymouth fatal crash
The man who was killed in a violent crash on Taylorville Road near Greymouth on Thursday 13 April 2017 was Kenneth Naismith Buchanan who lived Greymouth.
Auckland teen died in his university dorm bed: Suspected seizure?
The family of a 17-year-old Auckland student, Jack Bisset, who was found dead in his dorm room at City College in Dunedin, University of Otago, on Saturday, say he had been loving student life.
Apartheid Septic Tank, Sickeningly Stinking Justice System
Remember Aryan Banerjee?
His father, Dr. Aryan’s father, Anjan Banerjee, says Taradale Primary School, the Napier school responsible for his son’s death [at the very least negligent homicide] spent “ridiculous” amount [Ministry spent $46,842.54 on legal fees for the school, under “special reasons funding”.] to cover their backsides.
Dr Banerjee said his family had to pay own legal bill, of more than $9000 to Nigel Hampton QC, to represent them.
“It isn’t a fair playing field, it never has been, never will be – because there are people with more money. The Ministry has more money.
“I find it interesting that the Board of Trustees says ‘well it’s not our buildings’, and yet the Ministry says ‘the school is your school’. I find it difficult to work that into the fact that they then say here’s the money to defend yourselves against what will happen in the coroner’s court.”
“Neither the [racist] police or [racist] Worksafe laid charges, and the family ran out of time to file a private prosecution over the death,” said a report.
Those directly involved in the 9-year-old’s death, the caretaker and Aryan’s classroom teacher, have been granted permanent name suppression, of course, by the frigging old whore, the utterly corrupt New Zealand justice system.
- Injured Indian schoolboy dies in New Zealand
- Boy killed in Auckland daycare was Indian
- More moments of shame…
NZ Totally Helpless Even in Minor Emergencies: No Power, No Clean Water, No Home…
Hundreds still without power on East Coast
Hundreds of people on the North Island’s East Coast are now into their fourth day without power following last week’s storm. http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/328890/hundreds-still-without-power-on-east-coast
More families evacuated in Hauraki as floodwaters remain
Another “Really Strong” Earthquake Shakes Hawk’s Bay…
At least 600 people had reported felling the quake. However, it was described as “moderate” by Geonet.
|Universal Time||April 17 2017, 5:32:47|
|NZ Standard Time||Mon, Apr 17 2017, 5:32:47 pm|
|Location||25 km south of Hastings|