Dog attack shocking
Victoria Ginn responds: Your writer kindly states her hope that the thief develops ‘‘some sort of latent conscience and returns the work’’. Unfortunately no such conscience exists within the persons behind the theft of my work and it is suspected that there may in fact be a form of malicious pleasure derived from the consternation caused by this theft.
There is more to this story that can be safely said in print but it remains a crime not only under New Zealand law but a crime against the mana of all those I have photographed. I have made approaches to the iwi elders affiliated to persons connected to this theft but to date no effort has been made to establish the truth.
If this crime is ignored, it leaves the door open to corruption of minors and debasement of those higher values we all rely on to hold together a civilised society. If you have information about who on-sold my stolen computer please contact Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111. Or contact Sergeant Slade Sturmey, Otaki Police. Editor,
On Sunday [February 3], at Mana, under the walkway that is under the railway bridge, my 12-year old, sweet, gentle, compliant and clever cocker spaniel was viciously, savagely attacked by a loose pit bull.
This post is addressed to the owner of the dog that was determined to cause