Heavily Censored Police Road Fatality Reports:
- NO vehicle-related fatality report allowed by police today, as of posting, despite at least 14 serious crashes that have been reported locally.
- UPDATE – April 17 – reports of two road fatalities have since been withdrawn, or they have magically disappeared by themselves. [What are the chances of going with no road fatalities over 88 hours in April? About one in three million?]
- 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.
Woman suffers facial and skull fractures during burglary at her home in Palmerston North
A 26-year-old woman arrived home around 10:40am to find her house being burgled. She was then assaulted and suffered facial and skull fractures.
Police say they have arrested a 35-year-old man following the assault which happened at a property on Keith Street, in Palmerston North, on Tuesday. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/arrest-following-serious-assault-palmerston-north
Yet another Armed Robbery [also in Palmerston North]
Armed man robs dairy in Palmerston North
A 24-year-old man entered the dairy on Rhodes Drive in Kelvin Grove, and threatened the staff with a pistol, before leaving with tobacco products. He has since been arrested, police said. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/man-arrested-following-robbery-palmerston-north-morning
Blaming high rates of teen suicide on TV programmes, in a country where hopelessness and despair drive young men to steal cigarettes at gunpoint!
Teen suicide show reveals ‘gap in the law’ – Grim Censor
The Deputy Chief Censor [“Grim Censor”] is again calling for a law change to prevent “controversial programmes” being viewed online in our nanny state without being given a New Zealand rating first, said a report.
“Jared Mullen’s call comes as a Netflix series called 13 Reasons Why, depicting teen suicide and rape, has divided opinion on whether it should be allowed.
“The Mental Health Foundation has described the programme as irresponsible, unsafe and unethical, but teachers and young people said the programme was resonating with its target audience.”