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Topic # 93674 26-Nov-2011 15:51
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what the ??? there are children and innocent people there!!!!



more photos at stuff http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/6040611/Explosive-protest-in-Wellington-mall





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  Reply # 550317 26-Nov-2011 16:02
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It's on Youtube as well the guy was filmed setting it on fire, Hope the judge throws the clown in jail for a few years next he will be making car bombs full of nails, Just what we need in NZ, NOT

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  Reply # 550322 26-Nov-2011 16:13
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The facebook link from the Stuff article - https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=316128448416774

The guy didn't even warn the people sit next to the car, just lit it.  Unbelievable.

Throw the book at him. 

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 550326 26-Nov-2011 16:20
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can you imagine if the car (which he claimed to be full of petrol) exploded? that can be disastrous (think about lives, injuries, shops, insurance etc)! those who tried to put off the fire before the firemen arrived are real heroes.

sigh, this is exactly NOT the way how to educate public about fractional reserve banking...





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  Reply # 550339 26-Nov-2011 16:35
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johnr: It's on Youtube as well the guy was filmed setting it on fire, Hope the judge throws the clown in jail for a few years next he will be making car bombs full of nails, Just what we need in NZ, NOT

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+1  It's the sort of thing we do need a hard line on.






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