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    Your comments am speechless

    http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crim...id=app-android

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    I don't click on links with out a discription.of the content.

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    Quote Originally Posted by actungbaby View Post
    Your comments am speechless
    Your English isn't that flash either ...
    When life throws you a curve ... Lean into it ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonez View Post
    I don't click on links with out a discription.of the content.
    If you hover the cursor over the link the full headline appears. Admittedly it is a short description.
    Manopausal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FJRider View Post
    Your English isn't that flash either ...
    Wtf are you going on about u
    Moron.

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    Judge has to consider all facts and evidence, which we don't have access to. We can only speculate.

    0.74 seconds and the vehicle would have cleared. But keep in mind the motorcycle was doing 100km/hr in a 80 km/hr speed zone. Could the motorcyclist have braked a little or moved out of the line had he been traveling at speed? We don't know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by actungbaby View Post
    Wtf are you going on about u
    Moron.

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    It's a gay south island FJ1200 rider thing. Probably been on the meths and orange juice with ice.

    Just saying....

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    You have got that right.
    Must have amazing vibrant.
    Personality as well.
    As his choice of bikes .i assume
    He just loves a bike thats vibrant flickable sets benchmarks in design lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeeper View Post
    Judge has to consider all facts and evidence, which we don't have access to. We can only speculate.

    0.74 seconds and the vehicle would have cleared. But keep in mind the motorcycle was doing 100km/hr in a 80 km/hr speed zone. Could the motorcyclist have braked a little or moved out of the line had he been traveling at speed? We don't know.
    But my point is how biased,
    Reporting.
    And no he had ten minutes if he wanted ill logical to say that.
    If in dobt wait.so also if he had that time then motorcllist had less time .but in all that.
    Isint lady justice blindfolded.
    Meaning everone gets same justice.if guy a kkk leader who cares .

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    Well obviously as a motorcyclist your life isn't worth as much a businessman's future career

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    I agree there but even in that.
    If such great guy.and this is
    After all a mistake we can all do them .i have. He still should.be made do comunity work.
    His name suppresed even if convicted .25 k nothing to him.
    And why would conviction
    Mean not like we saying he did.
    On purpose i dont I understand.logic. or fact this
    Reporter never bothered get diffrent view point .you might as well.just write out word for word.

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    I bet the driver forgot he had the trailer attached.

    The 100kphestimate they say the bike was doing is just a s guess I'd imagine.

    Basically we don't know exactly what happened with respect to the bike/ rider other than he collided with the trailer at at least 80kmp. I'm not familiar with the portion of motorway/road it happened at so cannot riders field of veiw etc. so can not comment on that aspect,

    Personally when I am on a motorway I do take note of off and on ramps for possible trouble.

    The name suppression is off though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by actungbaby View Post
    Meaning everone gets same justice.
    Nice idea, but it just doesn't work like that.
    There is a grey blur, and a green blur. I try to stay on the grey one. - Joey Dunlop

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    The whole story is about the terrible impact that the event would have on the poor businessmans future life. Not a fucking thing about the impact on the victims (lack of) future life, or the impact on his family. The estimated speed (estimated by who?) was (in the initial story) was 83, then its become 100. All of which is shifting the blame onto the victim.

    Obviously the police dont give a shit either because they never opposed any of the conditions imposed by the judge.

    Someone knows the bastards name. It needs to get out.
    it's not a bad thing till you throw a KLR into the mix.
    those cheap ass bitches can do anything with ductape.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonez View Post

    Basically we don't know exactly what happened with respect to the bike/ rider other than he collided with the trailer at at least 80kmp. I'm not familiar with the portion of motorway/road it happened at so cannot riders field of veiw etc. so can not comment on that aspect,
    .
    The only place after heading East they can turn onto SH1 from Tram road is only 150 metres from where the motorcyclist could turn onto Tram road and approach from the West, field of view for both people is good

    The Judge is a sack of shit

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