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Violent Crimes in NZ: “Tip of the Iceberg”

Posted by te2ataria on February 7, 2010

How can the statistics be “showing that crime is dropping”?

Reader “Reggio” comments on the number of violent crimes in New Zealand:

This is actually only the tip of the iceberg.  My local paper is not searchable online, and just glancing at Thursday’s edition, I notice a stick-up of a tourist at the supermarket parking lot.  They ripped his shirt off and punched him when he said he had no money.  Another attack occurred elsewhere in town, man knocked to ground and kicked, cellphone and wallet taken.  One vehicle stolen, one house burgled, one assault, one attempted burglary at a motel, one drunken driving incident causing a multiple car crash, one shop window smashed. In a tourist town of several thousand people. The New Zealand National Survey of Crime Victims cited an incidence of crime that was “twice the figure in the police reports”. I think people weigh the amount of nuisance it will cause them for no outcome and decide not to report.  How can the statistics be “showing that crime is dropping”?  Could it be wishful thinking? A redesign of crime categories?

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Korean Teen Gets 18 Months

Posted by te2ataria on September 24, 2009

sent by a reader [edited by TEAA]

Tae Won Chung, the Korean student who stabbed his racist kiwi teacher, has been Jailed  for 18 months.

Had he been a pakeha murdering a black woman he would have probably received a lesser sentence.

The 17-year-old Korean student, Tae Wong Chung, stabbed his racist teacher after he insulted the Korean race.  Photo: JOHN SELKIRK. Image may be subject to copyright.

Why such long sentence for an act closely connected with the young Korean victim’s defense of national honor?

The answer of course is to do with New Zealand’s stagnant economy and the role of the fleecing judge in creating work within his corrupt industry. The government [toilet] spies had already submitted their report to the judge on the financial status of  Chung senior. [Dishonorable mention for the Korean Diplomatic Mission in New Zealand.]

 The evil, racist, ‘fleecing’ Judge Roderick Joyce had already raised the stakes by frightening Chung senior, saying that junior’s attack on his teacher had been “gravely reckless and could have proved lethal.”

The scumbag teacher didn’t disappoint, either. He too had got the message that Chung’s father is a wealthy man, or has good credit. He complained about, “deep knife wounds to my back which caused damage to my spine.”

He walked in and out of the courtroom “with a visible limp,” saying that  he had spent six weeks in hospital after the knife attack and his back still hurt a lot. [Well try some aspirins, or better still keep your racist mouth shut, next time, if you can’t cope with pain.]

“He told the court of the lasting image of Chung ‘standing straddled across me in the class with his bloody knife.'”Media reported. [I thought he was about to cut my head off, like we did to his fellow countryman!]

The student’s father, Ki Chang Chung, said he had difficulty finding words to apologise for what his son did.

“When I sent my son to New Zealand I was full of dreams but I stand here today because of his unacceptable, extreme behaviour. For his behaviour, justice has to be done and he deserves to be punished.”

Asking the fleecing Judge Joyce for leniency because of his son’s young age, he said: “As a parent I am really depressed and sad because his future is unsafe”.

The Fleecing Begins

Chung’s lawyers looked on in horror, when the felt the honest man could ruin their day. What no costly appeal?

They had been signaled by the judge from day 1 that Chung senior was a cash bovine and could be milked all the way to the court of appeals, possibly beyond. Yes, they too  had whiffed the smell of money all along. They said they would appeal the sentence.

This is just one of the ways in which New Zealand makes its invisible earnings.

Outside court, David Jones QC told media that a bail application would be heard at the Auckland District Court tomorrow morning.

It would be interesting to find out how much the legal theatrical has cost Chung senior thus far. Our guess? 60 – 70K including  fines and ‘out of pocket expenses.’

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