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Murder, Sexual Violence, Disease…

Posted by te2ataria on August 21, 2019

4 Ongoing outbreaks of measles in NZ —ESR

639 for the year to date with 237 (37.1%) hospitalisations
ESR: Measles weekly report – Week 33 (10 –16 August 2019)
There were 106 confirmed cases reported for Week 33/2019, bringing the total to 639 for the year to date with 237 (37.1%) hospitalisations. There are 4 ongoing outbreaks.

Click to access WeeklyMeasles19082019.pdf

Suspected dengue fever kills Former national ski champ Philippa Greig in Mexico
Philippa Greig 36, from Queenstown, died from suspected dengue fever in Mexico was a former member of the New Zealand ski team, a report said.

Rape and Sexual Violence

Massey University accused of mishandling allegations of a violent sexual assault
A woman who says she was sexually assaulted by a university colleague has spent months trying to have her alleged attacker removed from her workplace.

Hundreds, probably thousands of foreign students are raped in NZ each year

But only a tiny fraction of the NZ rapists ever receive punishment.

Hundreds, probably thousands of international students, mostly young Asians — Chinese, Filipina, Japanese, Korean, Malaysian, Thai… — are raped in New Zealand, with very few of the rapists ever brought to justice.

Regularly, vulnerable foreign students, speaking very little or no English, spend tens of thousands of dollars to study in New Zealand, but instead experience life-changing traumas.

Many of the victims are too embarrassed to report the rape, while police intimidate many others not to pursue complaints.

[Would you send your children to study in a country where foreign students are frequently in the news for being raped?]

Murder Mysteries: Mysterious deaths of Koreans in New Zealand…

NZ claims the entire Korean family of four!

“Young Jin Baek arrived from South Korea last week to arrange the funerals of his wife and two daughters, who were found dead in their Christchurch home.

“But two hours before the service was due to start on Sunday, the 44-year-old was found dead in his car.

His wife, Sung Eun Cho, 43, and daughters Kelly Yeon Sue Baek, 13, and Holly Yeon Jae Baek, 17, were found dead at home in Avonhead on Wednesday.”

Kelly Yeon Sue Baek, 13, and Holly Yeon Jae Baek, 17, were found dead at home in the Christchurch suburb of Avonhead in MAy 2010.

Dead or Alive: Reward of up to $30,000 offered for information

Missing, presumed dead!
Mother of a son and daughter Yoon Sook Chun was 47 when she went missing in 2009. She lived in the Aidanfield suburb of Christchurch and held both a New Zealand and South Korean passport. Neither passport have been used to travel out of the country since her disappearance. At around 6am on 18 May 2009 she spoke to her two children briefly before leaving the family home, police reported.

Yoon Sook Chun, then 47, was last seen on May 18, 2009, shortly before she left her Christchurch home. She’s is one of more than 500 foreigners permanently missing in New Zealand.

In July 2015, a reward of up to $30,000 was offered for material information or evidence, which would establish the location of Yoon Soon CHUN and/or her body…

Was the Korean woman abducted, raped and murdered?

Body of missing Korean nurse Mi-Sook (Annie) Yang found in Waikato River

Missing Mi-Sook Yang, known as Annie, was found dead six day after she went missing. Her body was found in the Waikato River between Horotiu and Ngaruawahia.

Korean nurse and mother of two Mi-Sook Yang, 44, also known as Annie was found dead in the Waikato River on August 15, 2018.

Annie’s name is not Yong Ho Shin as previously reported, police said, but they failed to explain why they got her name so wrong in the first place. {Was she another Korean Woman also murdered, but not reported by police?]

James Bond Class Murder Mystery

Mother of a 4-year-old girl, Irina Yun, 37, was of Korean descent, raised in Kazakhstan, and lived in Moscow before moving to New Zealand.

She left her four-year-old daughter in Auckland and traveled alone to the South Island on Christmas Day. Her backpack was found in the Mount Aspiring National Park on Monday [January 5, 2009.]

There’s something not quite right about this story. This is cloak and dagger stuff and stinks of SIS assassination games.

[A search and rescue dog handler “subsequently located a femur and pelvis bone in the river bed wedged in between some rocks approximately three kilometres down stream of the Dart Hut.” “The Dunedin Coroner, an anthropologist and pathologist have examined the remains and have been able to confirm that the remains are that of Ms Yun,” police said. The story posted at the following link has since been removed – http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/3079959/Russian-womans-remains-found%5D

Mother of a 4-year-old girl, Irina Yun, 37, was of Korean descent, raised in Kazakhstan, and lived in Moscow before moving to New Zealand. She was most probably murdered by NZ SIS in a cloak and dagger operation.

Another Korean Student Killed in New Zealand

Jieun Jung, 29, a Korean  PhD student, who was knocked off her scooter by a truck in Palmerston North on April 18, 2009 died in Wellington Hospital this morning.

Mrs Jung who studied at Massey University reportedly moved to Palmerston North with her husband in 2006. Her husband probably wishes they had returned to Korea instead. Unfortunately, it’s too late for her to make that move.

The police said the crash investigation is ongoing, but they can’t say if charges would be laid. After all, she was just a Korean student bound get herself killed one way or the other, whereas the driver is one of us.

A reader said:

If I were a smart Korean student in New Zealand, I would have escaped with my life the day after headless body of Jae Hyeon Kim was unearthed.

Mr Kim’s head was “chopped off ” with a spade after he was throttled in late 2003. He was buried for five years before the police was forced to search for his body after they received an anonymous tip.  New Zealander Shannon Brent Flewellen, 29, a former fisherman from Nelson, New Zealand, confessed to the gruesome murder.

The Final Destination: Korean woman crushed to death in Rolleston

Korean woman Sun Kil Kim killed in NZ

The pedestrian killed in a crash on Maddisons Road, Rolleston on Sunday, was Sun Kil Kim, who lived locally, police said.

Korean tourist ‘drowns’ in thermal pool in Taupō

Asian Students in NZ: Killed, Kidnapped, Robbed, & Used for Porn Movies

New Zealand Kills Yet Another Korean Tourist

The clock stopped for a South Korean tourist who had nothing better to do than getting killed in New Zealand.

James Cho, 49, was targeted by two cars traveling in opposite directions playing the game of “who got the gook first!” on the North Shore at the weekend.

He was struck by both cars as he crossed Sunset Rd on Saturday afternoon, the nincompoop police said, and died earlier today.

The victim was reportedly staying with friends on the North Shore while on holiday in New Zealand, and was out for a walk when the rain struck.

As he crossed the road looking for shelter, he was hit by the two vehicles.

Poor Mr Cho! He had lived for 49 years without losing his life even once, but had no idea how easy it was for Koreans to get killed in New Zealand.

  • For scores of similar entries, detailing murder and negligent homicide of other Koreans/Asians in NZ, search blog content.

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Posted by te2ataria on May 10, 2010

This is going from bizarre to bloody ridiculous!

First the Mother and Two Daughters, Now the Husband and Father are Murdered/Killed/Found Dead

The husband of Korean woman and father of their two girls who were murdered/killed/died in their Christchurch home last week has now been found murdered/killed/dead.

Young Jin Baek, 44, Korean father and husband whose estranged wife and two teenage daughters were killed, was found dead today. Photo: IAIN McGREGOR- The Press. Image may be subject to copyright.

Police said Young Jin Baek, 44, was found dead in Avonhead, a Christchurch suburb,  yesterday morning. “It is believed to have been in a public place,” said a report.
[Arranged that way so no one would suspect anyone/anything!?]

Police confirmed in a statement this afternoon that he was the husband and father of the Korean family found dead in the city last week. Sung Eun Cho, 43, and two daughters, Yeon Sue Baek (Kelly), 13, and Yeon Jae Baek (Holly), 17, died at their home in Apsley Drive, Avonhead.

“Police are not seeking anyone else in connection with the death and it has referred to the Coroner’s Office,” police statement said, without giving any reasons or details.

“At the end of last week, Mr Baek’s lawyer said the father of two was ‘overcome with enormous grief.'”

“Mr Baek is obviously very, very devastated and is not making any comments,” the family lawyer, who declined to be named, said at the time.

“I think he needs some help and needs to rest. As a friend and father, I can relate to the pain he is going through.”

That’s all well and fair but he wasn’t even living with his wife and daughters.

What is a kiwi Contract?

A kiwi contract is the killing of wealthy foreigners for their cash and other assets. Usually the entire family, often wealthy retired couples, are killed and their bank accounts emptied afterward.

In October 2009, in Missing Presumed Dead the blog said:

[Teams of gangsters consisting of ] Key individuals within the SIS [NZ spy network] and NZ Immigration agents, who have access to private information on foreigners and are trained on surveillance and murder techniques, as well as a number of bank officers in international banks operating in this country, are directly involved in the murders [of wealthy foreigners who are lured to this country for ‘lifestyle.’]


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