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Man shot in the face by police because he held a gun in his mouth?

Posted by te2ataria on February 5, 2017

Sent by a reader – edited by Moderator DH

Breaking Wind: Media banned from “N. Korea” event
http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/323832/peters-in-marae-stand-off-over-waitangi-media-ban

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Man shot in the face by police “extremely lucky” to be alive –police

A man who allegedly brandished a firearm at police was “extremely lucky” to be alive after being shot in the face, police say. [Translation: Police followed their shot-to-kill policy, but missed.]

Police [thankfully incompetent] marksmen fired at least 6 shots, but missed five times, said Acting Canterbury Police District Commander. The sixth bullet missed the upper part of the head and hit the 24-year-old Christchurch victim in the cheek.

Police haven’t revealed why they shot the man in the face. Was he holding the [alleged] firearm in his mouth?
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/89094279/Man-suffers-facial-injuries-after-being-shot-by-police-in-Christchurch-suburb

Other News in Drips…

Only a few road fatality reports allowed so far this weekend

Fatal crash at SH29 near Karapiro
Police has named the two men who were killed in a two-car crash at the intersection of State Highways 1 and 29, at around 9.50am on Friday 3 February 2017. They were Wiremu Gin, 38, from Kaikohe, and 20-year-old Timothy Roy Amoi, from Hamilton.

A third person who was seriously injured in the collision was taken to Waikato Hospital.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-release-fatal-crash-sh29-near-karapiro

Fatal crash in Te Aute, Havelock North
Hawkes Bay Police have named the driver who was killed in a crash on Te Aute Road near Havelock North, Hawkes Bay at apporoximately 7pm Friday 3 February, 2017. She was 25-year-old Jennifer Eriha of Flaxmere, Hastings.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-release-te-aute-havelock-north-crash

Drowning in Eastbourne, Lower Hutt
Emergency services have attended a drowning in Eastbourne, Lower Hutt, Wellington after being called to a nearby beach at 3:50pm this afternoon, Sunday 5 February, 2017. A man has been transported to hospital via helicopter in a critical condition (!!!)
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/drowning-eastbourne-lower-hutt

Diver dies north of Tolaga Bay
Sunday, 5 February 2017 – A diver was killed in Anaura Bay this morning.
He had surfaced from a dive and after getting out of the water he collapsed and died.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/diver-dies-north-tolaga-bay

Queen’s grocer pulls New Zealand manuka honey from shelves
The Queen’s official grocer, Fortnum & Mason, has finally pulled New Zealand-made manuka honey from its shelves after testing found lower than expected (ZERO?)levels of a key active ingredient leptosperin. http://www.stuff.co.nz/business/industries/89047444/Queens-grocer-pulls-New-Zealand-manuka-honey-from-shelves

21-month-old boy dies in Makarau, north of Auckland
A 21-month-old boy was killed by drowning at a property in Makarau, northwest of Auckland.
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/89112979/21-month-old-boy-dies-in-Makarau-north-of-Auckland

Just what the doctor ordered:  A “raunchy novel” for teenagers!
Shame on you, Emma Neal, for further poisoning the minds of our impressionable kids!
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11795154

New Zealand on Fire

Canterbury fire damages at least one railway bridge
A bridge on the Christchurch-Greymouth line between Cass and Springfield has been extensively damaged by a 300-hectare scrub and alpine vegetation fire that’s still burning, says KiwiRail.
http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/323846/canterbury-fire-damages-at-least-one-railway-bridge

Northland fire cuts power to thousands
A large scrub fire in Northland is threatening homes and the main lines supplying electricity to the region, a Transpower spokesperson said.
http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/323849/northland-fire-cuts-power-to-thousands

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Murdering Maori, Polynesians with Impunity

Posted by te2ataria on January 26, 2009

It was devastating to learn the victim of motorway murder, the driver killed by the pakeha police shooter, was a brother, Halatau Naitoko, 17. TEAA

tonga-funeral
Mourners pay their respects to Halatau Naitoko at the start of his funeral. More than 1,000 mourners attended the traditional Tonga funeral. Photo: JOHN SELKIRK/Dominion Post. Image may be subject to copyright. Photo added on January 30, 2009.

“I am feeling very sad. I just want to speak to the person that killed my brother and asked him why he took my brother away from us,”  said Paea Fangu Fangu, the 16-year-old brother of Halatau.

The following was sent in by a reader:

Surprised?

What part of the equation don’t you understand?

New Zealand paramilitary police thugs are allowed to shoot to kill Maori and Polynesians, even the innocent bystanders. Doesn’t that remind you of the same protection Israeli thugs receive from their govt when they kill innocent people in the occupied Palestine?

Both the Zionist Jewish PM of New Zealand, John Key, and Zionist Jewish Police Minister, Judith Collins,  have expressed their condolences to the family of Halatau Naitoko who was shot dead by a police shooter 3 days ago.

Mr Key even went out of his way to say financial assistance with the funeral had been offered.

To say that the cold blood murder of Mr Halatau Naitoko, 17, a courier driver, was strange would be an understatement. His family are puzzled over how he was killed, and have been trying to re-enact the fatal motorway scene on the lounge room floor, using cushions. They are trying to “get their heads round” how their son was shot and killed by the New Zealand paramilitary police thugs.

Family spokesman Peter Sykes said the family was desperate to know how the accident unfolded. “They have been rearranging cushions from the couch to see where everyone was during the incident to try to get a better understanding of what happened. A report said.

“They still can’t work out how he managed to get shot. It gave them some ideas, but it still doesn’t answer their questions.”

“Police went to the family’s house yesterday to apologise for the incident, but it brought little relief to his mother, Ivoni Fuimaono, who said she wanted a face-to-face meeting with the person who shot her son. ‘I really want to see him, what he looks like, and get to know what happened. In a few days’ time I won’t be able to hug or kiss my son ever again.'” The report added.

Police Minister Judith Collins said the Government would help with costs, giving the family “whatever it needs.”

[How about giving back their son’s life? Since you and Mr Key had absolute power over his death, perhaps you can, at least, try to bring him back.]

The Police Association president, Greg O’Connor, said that, while the outcome was tragic, the officers involved also needed support.

[How about buying him a bigger gun, Mr Greg O’Connor?]

“The outcome is tragic for all concerned but these are sometimes the harsh realities of policing.”

Harsh realities indeed. the sort of realities that no doubt force the government to arm their shooters with shoot-to-kill policy.

Greg O’Connor said Mr Naitoko’s killing was a tragedy, but police were given very little choice about their actions.

Former police inspector and MP Ross Meurant said the police shooter who killed Mr Halatau Naitoko should be prosecuted.

Council chairman Melino Maka said the unlawful killing of one person by another had occurred.

“In my dictionary, that means manslaughter. I don’t see how the Naitoko family are going to get any form of justice in this situation,” Mr Maka said.

“I think most New Zealanders would like to think that a law-abiding citizen, minding their own business, could not be shot to death by police in this country.

“While the police may have apprehended the man at the centre of the car chase, a 17-year-old is dead. You can’t call that a satisfactory outcome,” Mr Maka added.

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