Instead of screeching like a banshee over the appointment of Christine Rankin to the Familight like to explain quite how this poor wee soul was protected by her s59 law. Perhaps at the same time she might like to apologise because quite clearly our kiddies are NOT safe now.
I note also that this is yet another victim of Silly First Name Syndrome.
One expert has called the killing of Duwayne Pailegutu by his stepfather, Johnny Pukerua Joachim, “systematic torture” comparable to that suffered by Rotorua toddler Nia Glassie.
For the seven days before Duwayne Pailegutu died, he was kept inside his mother and stepfather’s small flat in Nelson – so no one could see he had been beaten so badly he was paralysed, incontinent, and slowly suffocating on his own blood.
The left side of his body was disabled after repeated blows to the right side of his head which caused a stroke, and he struggled to eat or drink.
In addition to the haemorrhage, an autopsy found at least 10 deep bruises to his scalp – some of them inflicted by the shoes of his stepfather as the little boy cowered in the corner of his Fergusson St bedroom.
A further 75 bruises were found over the rest of his small body.
So while wankers like Bomber and Idiot like to wail about torture of terrorist combatants we have people here in New Zealand thinking it is acceptable to torture and maim children. Liberal wankers like them make me sick, it is their abandonment of standards that has caused this slaughter and their tolerance and excuse making for feeble-minded scum-bags that has destroyed our society.
A bullet is far, far too kind for Johnny Joachim. I think that he should be hanged, drawn and quartered in that the condemned prisoner would be:
- Dragged on a hurdle (a wooden frame) to the place of execution. This is one possible meaning of drawn. The more likely meaning of Drawn is the act of disembowelment.
- Hanged by the neck for a short time or until almost dead (hanged).
- Disembowelled and emasculated and the genitalia and entrails burned before the condemned’s eyes (this is another meaning of drawn—see the reference to the Oxford English Dictionary below).
- The body divided into four parts, then beheaded (quartered).