Cry Baby of the Day: Paki Toia

JS0908NADSENT2Toia Paki is Cry Baby of the Day.

The incident: A convicted rapist mis-behaves in prison and is held for four days in a room with no toilet, forced to eat with his fingers, denied exercise, sunlight and fresh air, and had his radio allegedly stolen by guards.

The appropriate response: Do the crime, do the time, like a good little criminal.

The actual response: This soft-cock prisoner has run off to court crying a river of tears and is suing the Department of Corrections.

A convicted rapist has begun a civil High Court action suing prison management for $1.7 million over claims he was inhumanely held in Auckland Prison.

Paki Toia, 54, an inmate of Auckland Prison at Paremoremo, says he was held for four days in a room with no toilet, forced to eat with his fingers, denied exercise, sunlight and fresh air, and had his radio stolen by guards. 

His case opens today at the High Court in Auckland, with Toia arguing his case before Justice Timothy Brewer via a video link from the prison.

An interim suppression order has been granted with “no film footage to be broadcast, nor written account promulgated, until one hour after the evidence concerned has been given”.

He then ordered the suppression extended to other media present.

Justice Brewer has suppressed the names of any Corrections staff.

“The purpose of these interim orders is to ensure that defamatory or unjustified criticism is not published,” the judge said.

Boo hoo, cry us all a river of tears. You are a scum rapist, if you think that four days of shitting in a bucket makes you hard done by then have a care for the life of your victims who have to live everyday with the results of your deprived behaviour.

I’m sure there are many of my commenters that could make the 4 days spent shitting in a bucket seem like a holiday camp, especially those with an armed forces background.

 


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  • maninblack

    scum rapist.. his victims had no rights.

  • mike

    Bucket? That’s luxury that is!!!

    • Nechtan

      Beats a plastic bag hands down

  • Mr Sackunkrak

    Denied exercise? I think the evidence before the court answers that one. I would gladly have taken four days off work to “help” him with some “perspective”.

  • blokeintakapuna

    … If we sent convicted rapists like this thug to China for their prison term, they’d be begging to return and for the luxury of a bucket to shit in. His entitlement attitude should be enough to add another decade to his sentence alone.

    What’s the bet his lawyer is a “no win no fee” type? And if he wins, he gets 70 or 80%

    • Mr_Blobby

      Legal aid up the wazoo.

  • blokeintakapuna

    How was the $1.7m figure was arrived at? Dreamin’!

    But if he does win anything, I hope every last cent goes to his victim(s) and he doesn’t see a single cent.

  • HtD

    You can’t blame him for his shit stirring. It’s a day out and a bit of fun to him. Hell he might even have money when he gets out, which insanely, he will. It’s the ‘system’ that encourages it and the Government that oversees the system. The same shit-soft government that lets sadist, liar, rapist and murderer Liam Reid testify in court on behalf of his bent ‘lawyer’.

    From NZ Lawyer 11th August 2006
    A 47-year-old Northland man described as a “psychopath” issued a challenge after he was jailed indefinitely yesterday on sex crimes. “Go for 20 years, I can handle 20 easy,” Paki Toia told Justice Hugh Williams, after his minimum parole period was set at seven years. Toia was sentenced in the High Court at Whangarei after having earlier been found guilty on charges of assault, rape, unlawful sexual connection and kidnapping. The charges arose from an incident on New Year’s Day 2004 when police say Toia assaulted two teenage girls then kidnapped, sexually violated and raped one of them. He had been at a social gathering before the attacks took place and concerned bystanders phoned police who had arrived at Toia’s address as the rape was occurring.

    Crown prosecutor Mike Smith sought a sentence of preventive detention on the grounds that a finite sentence would not adequately protect society. Toia, representing himself, refused to recognise the court’s authority over him as a “sovereign man” and “sovereign political power-holder”, citing the Maori version of the Treaty of Waitangi. He also made applications for a judicial review and a stay of sentence on the grounds there had been an abuse of process. Justice Williams rejected his applications and said a sentence of preventive detention was the only option given the nature of Toia’s crimes, his lack of insight into the offending, his previous convictions and the high risk of his sexually offending in the future.

    Toia had maintained he had done nothing wrong to his rape victim and that if his request to be tried on a marae had been successful he would have been acquitted, Justice Williams said. Toia saw no need to take any form of rehabilitative or reformative treatment in the future, said Justice Williams. Toia had 85 previous convictions, including a 1982 conviction for rape, two convictions for robbery and one for aggravated robbery. Justice Williams said a psychological report prepared for the court described Toia as a “prototypical psychopath” having grandiose sense of himself. The report said there was a significant chance Toia would re-offend.

    Toia, who had refused to be interviewed for the report, rejected the assessment saying it was based on opinion not fact. Before he was led out of the court Toia announced he would appeal the sentence. After the hearing, the police officer in charge of the case, Constable Matt King, said he was pleased with the sentence but believed a longer minimum parole period would have been preferable. “Police are absolutely ecstatic to have him behind bars for the sake of the community,” he said. “The victim has suffered ongoing effects from that day and is struggling to put her life back on track.”

    • Dave

      Ah, he wanted to be tried on a marae, did he rape, kidnap etc a maori woman on a marae, NO, then he can be tried in a standard NZ court. What a piece of shit, i suggest they take the bucket away next time and just leave him the plate he eats off – nothing else.
      85 F…… convictions, and he wants 1.7 mill, I would say he already owes the taxpayers of NzInc at least twice that.

      • Col

        Hi Dave I see our girlfriend Meg has not come back with a reply, and I put my hand out for her????

        • Dave

          Meg/TeachersCock/Paul/Gayguy/Kosh101 has not in my experience offered any facts or decent argument, but like a seagull, swoops in, shits everywhere and disappears. I don’t mind robust debate, in fact I like views of others, but s/he offers no real value. Possibly a lonely individual.

          • Col

            I note what you say, I put Meg in a corner, and as you can see Meg has taken off, I hope so. Cheers

          • IWantToBeLikeMallardOneDay

            It is all the fault of white rich people. Come on, that must be obvious! I’m shit at devil’s advocate…

    • maninblack

      he clearly is scum.. why does the media give this guy coverage.

  • Lindsay Addie

    Diddums…….

  • steve and monique

    Problem is they let the mongrel out of his cell. Should have left him in there to rot.

  • Mr_Blobby

    Appropriate response.

    recidivist offender, no hope of rehabilitation.

    Make the conditions permanent as a deterrent to others.

  • Euan Ross-Taylor

    If it wasn’t for whitey turning up a couple of hundred years ago, he wouldn’t even have a bucket, or a head for that matter.

    • mike

      Bloody evil bucket loving whitey’s! I ask you what has whitey ever down for Maori?

      • Col

        Gave him a bucket?

        • Euan Ross-Taylor

          …and keeping him safe from vigilantes.

  • williamabong

    Take the useless piece of shit out the back of the jail, pistol to the forehead, look into the eyes and say “now justice is done” and pull the trigger, and move on to the next one.
    More fucking boat people spreading evil through the land.

    • Nechtan

      If you want to get serious about it, pistol to the back of the head, stops any chance of an open casket.

  • Simo

    A 47-year-old Northland man described as a “psychopath” – just remember who (Hatfield & Co) indirectly oversees this scum.. A Chinese vacation is ideal for these individuals but unfortunately the Chinese would accord no rights whatsoever and breech our Human Rights declarations. Mind you if the “vigs” with a Barret 50cal could get a target lock on him it would save the long suffering New Zealand tax payer a few bob…The Chinese might provide the bullet.

    • Col

      Bolt guns now.

  • tarkwin

    Surely this is vexatious given his lack of respect for the law and the contemptuous way he sees his victims?

  • nudgy

    Shearer’s mate Arthur Taylor will be behind this one

    • mike

      He is!

  • Harroputza

    I don’t get how you can be denied exercise. You always have the option of squats and pushups and situps.

    He probably stinks to high hell, so he doesn’t know what fresh air is.

    I eat with my hands by choice. It’s no big deal.

    Why did he have a radio in the first place?

    I shat in a hole for seven weeks straight, and I didn’t even get danger pay.

  • Sandysure

    Calling him a “Cry -baby” is way too kind for this evil, conniving son of a b*tch

  • Col

    Oh well next time he does this, they can put him the Pen with a nice big FELLA, with a name like Donkey!!!! this will calm him down.

  • Jimmie

    What would stop all these cases would be for the government to pass a law stating that any $$ awarded a prisoner in these cases must be given to Victim Support or to their victim’s families – stops all the crap and in a genuine case gives some $$$ to the victims who probably never got anything.

    • HtD

      That’s one of the Sensible Sentencing Trust aims. Please join.

  • LabTested

    4 days shitting in a Bucket is called a Great Barrier Island fishing trip… and i’m going to do it again next year

    • Dave

      Who is paying you 1.7 mill, and organizing the shrinks and counseling for the next 20 years for you LabTested? Gez, you have it rough.

  • Rodger T

    The problem is , the soft-cock bleeeding heart “judge” will give this piece of flotsam a nice little payout for when he gets out.
    We should run a sweepstake on how much.
    Contempt is exactly our judicial system deserves,it is a fucking joke that the taxpayers has to stump up for this turds legal farce.

  • steve and monique

    I have to agree with this dropkick – I think it’s a disgrace-how can they feed this prisoner?! It’s an outrage!

  • prisonwatcher

    You blokes love inventing your own facts
    BlokeinTakapuna : Toia is NOT represented by a lawyer
    LtD : Toia does NOT get a “day out” . He is in a Videolink room at Auckland Prison
    Whaleoil : Interesting you should mention the need for “those with an armed forces background” to deal with Toia . Justice Brewer learnt yesterday that the chief Corrections Dept witness against Toia , Prison Officer Anthony Graeme Queree was the same Queree Justice Brewer had prosecuted in a Court Martial when both were in the armed forces .

    Justice Brewer has just announced that because of this & other matters he called “not a good look for the Department” , he was immediately appointing Jailhouse Lawyer Arthur Taylor to assist Paki Toia with his case . This will probably mean the 2 of them will be in the same Videolink Room now . Dept . of Corrections had set up a separate room at great taxpayer expense just for the purpose of stopping Toia & Taylor talking about his case , even though Toia was calling Taylor as a witness . . WTF is that all about .

    Dept . of Corrections has no respect for the law. If what they are doing depends on telling lies all the time , perhaps it isn’t worth defending & the department should be reformed ? If you give prison officers cart blanche with inmates , society will reap the whirlwind later from both the prison officers and the prisoners .

    • prisonwatcher

      Arthur Taylor was in the witness box Wednesday afternoon . He shot so many holes in the Corrections Dept witnesses briefs of evidence the Crown asked for a 3 week adjournment so they could get new briefs . Justice Brewer said “No” , said Taylor had shown himself a credible witness on prison policy & appointed him as McKenzie Friend for the hapless Toia , who had asked for this for weeks

      Brewer seemed to be getting impatient with the Crown team who were being paid handsomely by the taxpayer to know better , who , amongst other things had been chastised by Brewer for not revealing the fact that Toia had been confined to solitary without seeking the doctor’s approval then required . His Court Minute at the end of the day said it was “not a good look for the Corrections Dept” .

      It seemed help was finally at hand for Toia , who seemed a little out of his depth as a lay litigant . However , next morning , the Manager Auckland Prison Tom Sherlock ( found only a few weeks ago in Taylor’s High Court action to have subjected prisoners to an “inhumane” & illegal smoking ban ) produced a letter to Justice Brewer saying he couldn’t guarantee the security & good order of the prison if Toia & Taylor were in the same AVR room at Auckland Prison . Yeah , right .

      Meanwhile , Corrections boss Jeanette Burns has been in Court every day, marshalling the Corrections witnesses & no doubt reporting to “Head Office” . . Back at Auckland Prison , Taylor’s computer was seized on Monday & bets are the Department is looking for dirt to help them defeat Toia and / or

      discredit Taylor .

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