Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Right On Cue

Just when the hand wringers and panty wetters were getting up a head of steam to oppose ACT's three strike proposals, along came Haiden Mark Davis, courtesy of Mr Barry Matthews and his shambolically incompetent Corrections Department.

Haiden Mark Davis

This charming fellow had no less than twelve previous offenses, including one for a vicious and premeditated assault. He was out on bail when he murdered an innocent young girl.

What more could Rodney ask for?

11 comments:

MikeE said...

He murdered a young guy, not girl

50 time offender - rape a speciality said...

He should be top of the three strikes pops. Here is the PERFECT example of why such a policy is needed.

Lindsay said...

That is a photo of the victim.

FAIRFACTS MEDIA said...

MikeE and Lindsay , you are right.

I see a pic of the young killer can be found at

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10563804

Anyway, I see Bailey Junior Kuaraki should be fair game for three strikes and your out.

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10564404
Rita croskery says so.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Thanks for letting me know. Google images had him listed above the offender's name.

Baxter said...

I believe (though couldn't believe it) that he was bailed again after being charged with murder despite Police opposition...The Judge should be held to account.

erikter said...

More "brown" scum to populate NZ jails.

Anonymous said...

But why only ten years before he can get bail? This is such a joke, as usual, our judges just love the crims. Come on National, make some much needed changes, boot out these leftie, hand-wringing, 'judges', who just prefer the crims.

mojo said...

What more could Rodney ask for?

Common sense.

kehua said...

You had the crim right and the sex of the victim wrong Adolf, would hate to see Lyndsay and FM on a jury???

WAKE UP said...

"The Judge should be held to account."

Oh yes; as well as a complete cleanout of the bureaucracy (are you listening, Joris?), the judiciary should be made to serve the time that they delete from these criminals' sentences.