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Arrest Hinders Search For Job In Hamilton

There are 7 comments on the Scoop story from Dec 15, 2008, titled Arrest Hinders Search For Job In Hamilton. In it, Scoop reports that:

Tuesday, 16 December 2008, 3:09 pm Press Release: New Zealand Police Arrest Hinders Search For Job In Hamilton New Zealand Police National News Release 2:59pm 16 December 2008 ...

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“False Prophet”

Since: Jan 08

hamilton

#1 Dec 20, 2008
160 convictions and he still aint got a job

puzzling!
Beatlesinthebog

New Zealand

#2 Dec 20, 2008
hinamanu wrote:
160 convictions and he still aint got a job
puzzling!
hahaha! Hasn't got time to look!

Since: Nov 08

Auckland

#3 Dec 21, 2008
hinamanu wrote:
160 convictions and he still aint got a job
puzzling!
Give the dude a break -it was only 132 convictions. AND he was out looking for a job (word is he'd actually brushed his teeth for the occasion!). Very busy man indeed........the poor guy must need a long rest!
Webster

United States

#4 Dec 21, 2008
The thing that gets me is how does a person in NZ gather that many convictions with out some serious action by the courts? Surely by now he has proven to be a menace to society and needs to be locked up for a very long time or at least wearing an ankle tracking devise permanently.

You here about that guy in Rotorua last week who was given 330 hours community service by the Judge in replace of $125,000 of outstanding fines?

The NZ Court system is mental.

Since: Nov 08

Auckland

#5 Dec 21, 2008
Webster wrote:
The thing that gets me is how does a person in NZ gather that many convictions with out some serious action by the courts? Surely by now he has proven to be a menace to society and needs to be locked up for a very long time or at least wearing an ankle tracking devise permanently.
You here about that guy in Rotorua last week who was given 330 hours community service by the Judge in replace of $125,000 of outstanding fines?
The NZ Court system is mental.
Yes sirree, most all of NZ's systems are mental. Mind you - to be expected - I do believe at least half our population would have the IQ of a dead fish. Possible slightly lower, even.

Since: Nov 08

Auckland

#6 Dec 21, 2008
Meantime we all watch with great interest the new regime...can anyone have enough balls to front up to the bs crime stats and pathetic excuses? Or are we headed for societal collapse because those in power are too busy trying to stay on-side to remain in power, instead of sorting the country's ills?
Beatlesinthebog

New Zealand

#7 Dec 21, 2008
Webster wrote:
The thing that gets me is how does a person in NZ gather that many convictions with out some serious action by the courts? Surely by now he has proven to be a menace to society and needs to be locked up for a very long time or at least wearing an ankle tracking devise permanently.
You here about that guy in Rotorua last week who was given 330 hours community service by the Judge in replace of $125,000 of outstanding fines?
The NZ Court system is mental.
Not if you've been reprieved from $125,000!

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