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Aisling Symes and Fictitious Filipino

Posted by te2ataria on October 16, 2009

sent by a local reader [edited by TEAA]

Do You Really Believe The Police Crap

  • Why Does New Zealand Police Farce Treat the Public As If  They Are Mentally Challenged?

  • Isn’t it interesting that the racist police’s choice of “Asian Suspect” circled one of the poorest and least represented Asian races [NO offense intended] to avoid backfire?

Aisling SymesMr Davey, why did you let me drown?

Previously you read:  Aisling Symes: Tragedy of Negligence and Incompetence

Aisling Symes, 2, a victim of her parents’ negligence and the epic police incompetence. Instead of searching the next-door property, where they might have found her alive, NZ Police trumped up a bizarre scenario saying they believed she was abducted by an Asian woman. Their top officer, Inspector Davey, went as far as telling members of the public: ”There are several ethnicities encompassed in the generic descriptor ‘Asian’ – Chinese, Korean, Thai, Japanese, Indian and several others – and we’re very keen to hear from anyone who thinks they might know who this woman is.”

Remember how the “Asian Suspect” was described?

She was in her 30s, about 165cm tall with a medium build, long straight black hair and reportedly wearing black socks with black sandals. …  She was wearing a black crew neck top, with three-quarter length sleeves, three-quarter length blue jeans, black leather sandals and black socks. … The woman had a black and grey medium sized dog on a lead.  …  She was directly behind the missing child. … She was last  seen at 5.30pm with an Asian  woman. … Police begin a search.


The word ‘black’ was repeated 7 times in the description of the female Asian [Chinese, Korean, Thai, Japanese, Indian and several others,] who is wearing a double servings of leather sandals and socks!

It’s interesting how the racist police forgot to include FILIPINO in their list of “several ethnicities encompassed in the generic descriptor ‘Asian’.”

Inspector daveyI make NO apology for NOT doing what you think I should have done. I have a higher, divine duty to save my people from the “Asian Plague!”


Revealed: Secret of Aisling suspect


The mysterious Asian woman seen with Aisling Symes was mentally unwell and has a history of trying to lure children into cars with lollies.

Was the “suspect” ever arrested, charged with or even cautioned with on a single incident of  abduction, attempted abduction, or any related crimes she committed previously?  Did she suffer from the same mental disease [sic] that afflicted the Japanese male,  Mr Masashi Hayama?

The Herald has learned the woman was from the Philippines, had a dog and fitted the general description given by the 9-year-old who saw her approach the toddler just after 5pm last Monday week.

Did Aisling Symes take a tour of the area before going back to the neighboring house where she was drowned? Isn’t it remarkable that a 9-year-old could provide such detailed description of the “suspect?”

When a large-scale search did not find the 2-year-old, police believed she might have been the victim of an “opportunistic abduction.”

How many other 2-yo kids have ever been abducted by Asian women in

a) Longburn Rd,
b) Henderson,
c) West Auckland,
d) New Zealand ?

On Monday night, Aisling’s body was found in a stormwater pipe close to the house of her deceased grandparents in Longburn Rd.

Police then said they had located the Asian woman, but refused to identify her.

Isn’t RACISM the act of stereotyping billions of people, accusing them of committing a crime, which their sole “suspect” didn’t even commit? What did Inspector Davey really had in mind? Lynching a dozen Asian women before he rescued Aisling from a Chinese opium den?

Detectives spoke to the woman on Tuesday night, and Mr Davey said police were “satisfied she’s unable to help us further”.

Couldn’t she have lied? How and on what basis were they “satisfied” that she hadn’t abducted Aisling Symes, at least temporarily, and didn’t drown her?

He refused to discuss the conversation and said the woman was no longer part of the investigation.

That’s it? A baby is killed because he didn’t look thoroughly where he should have, and he now refuses to answer question? This police state has no capo?

“We had to cover all possible scenarios, including abduction, and tease out all lines of inquiry, including sightings of an Asian woman in the area.”

Wasn’t your first job to look in all the places that little 2-year-old fall and invariably drown, before considering the least probable causes, for which you had to create a Fictitious Filipino?

Mr Davey said police valued their relationship with the Asian community, but locating the woman was “a necessary part of trying to find Aisling”.

Have you ever wondered what little Aisling’s thoughts might have been, or how she was begging someone to pull her out of the drain before she drowned?

AislingI was there, right under your feet, begging you to come and save me, Mr Davey!

Mr Davey said police valued their relationship with the Asian community, but locating the woman was “a necessary part of trying to find Aisling”.

Exactly, at what stage of the investigation [sic] did the background information on the “Asian Suspect” become available?

Mr Davey, you may think you have brownnosed your way out of this one, but what will you do the next time we catch you picking on Maori or Asians?

BUT you could, for a change, act honorably:

Resign, Mr Davey, or better still, put yourself and the rest of your gang out of this embarrassing misery!

Then again, that’s a tall order because YOU were born void of courage and lacking in honor!

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Another Asian Killed in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on September 7, 2009

Japanese male, Masashi Hayama, 22, was most probably victim of racial murder

Just a day after their media release concerning the disappearance of the victim, New Zealand police farce issued the following bulletin:

Body Found On Rocks At Tawhirinui Peninsula

6 September, 2009 – 17:14

Rodney Police say a man’s body has been found washed up on rocks at Tawhirinui Peninsula today.

The discovery was made by a spear fisherman at about 11.45am this morning, Sunday 6 September 2009 in Christian Bay, on the Tawhirinui Peninsula.

The deceased body has been identified as being that of a 22 year old Asian male who was last seen at the Orewa Beach Holiday camp at about midnight on Tuesday 1 September 2009.

Police began searching for the young man after he was reported missing by his family on Wednesday.

Police are notifying friends and relatives of the deceased, some of whom are residing overseas.

An autopsy will be carried out tomorrow and the circumstances surrounding the man’s death will be determined by the Coroner.

There are no suspicious circumstances related to the man’s disappearance or the discovery of his deceased body.


Kevin Loughlin
Communications Manager
Waitematä Police District Headquarters |Takapuna North Shore City

As this blogger had anticipated:

1. There was little chance of finding the Mr Hayama alive.

2.  Police, which had preempted everyone by commenting on the state of the victim’s mind, describing “his recent behaviour as erratic,” said: “There are no suspicious circumstances related to the man’s disappearance or the discovery of his deceased body.”

Judging by, (i) waves of racially motivated Asian murders in the  country,  (ii) similarity of the ways in which these  murders are carried out in New Zealand and (iii) the wording of the initial missing persons’ bulletin,  police must have known that the victim was already dead at the time of posting the notice.

Let’s hope Mr Hayama’s family conduct their own investigation into his death, which, in all probability, was a racial murder.

Mr Hayama was  the 1,603rd foreigner to be killed in New Zealand since January 1, 2000. [The death toll is the lowest possible estimate based on an statistical model which uses all of the available data.]

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Another Japanese Man Missing in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on September 6, 2009

New Zealand Police Farce: Media Releases

Asian Male Missing In Orewa, New Zealand

5 September, 2009 – 14:01

Rodney Police say they have grave concerns for the well being of a 22 year old Asian male who is missing in Orewa. A description of the young man has been issued.

Masashi Hayama
Photo of Masashi Hayama from His facebook account.

Asian Male – Aged 22 years.
Height – 165 cm tall, thin build
Hair – shoulder length straight black hair
Clothing – unknown – generally dresses in black and his jeans always look like they are falling down. He is not in possession of his wallet or his cell phone.

HAYAMA-MORETON was last seen at about midnight on Tuesday 1 September 2009 at the Orewa Beach Holiday Camp. At the time he was in his Silver BMW car which was full of clothing. The vehicle is not being sought. There have been no further sightings of the 22 year old man since.

Mr Hayama has New Zealand residency. He has not returned to his regular home in the North Shore suburb of Bayswater, he has not contacted his family, or any of his friends. Police have carried out an extensive search for the man since he was reported missing by his parents on Wednesday 2 September 2009.

He is known to frequent the Takapuna area and generally stays within the North Shore. Friends have described his recent behaviour as erratic, however his disappearance is considered to be out of character.

[Note the preemptive stroke, preparing the public for the second phase: “Police said his death was not suspicious” statement that would probably follow soon, which means they already know he is dead! TEAA]

Police are appealing to the public for assistance in locating this missing man, and if anyone has any sightings they are urged to contact the Orewa Police on 09 426 4555 as soon as possible. –

Anyone with information contact the police:

Phone: +64 9 488 9758

This is the first news blog in New Zealand to spend a few minutes searching for and publishing a photo of the missing Japanese man, Masashi Hayama. [NZ police didn’t bother publishing the victim’s photo probably because they already knew he was dead.]

We hope he would be found alive and well, in the face of all odds and despite the murder trend against the Asians in New Zealand …

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