"King" = above law?

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    "King" = above law?

    http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/1022...ids-conviction

    Da **** is this.


    "The Maori King's son has succeeded in his bid to avoid drink-driving and theft convictions after his lawyer argued it was likely to bar his succession to the throne.

    Korotangi Paki, 19, appeared in the Auckland District Court this afternoon charged with drink driving, two counts of burglary and one of theft.

    Judge Philippa Cunningham discharged Paki without conviction on all charges but imposed a special condition that he provide the court evidence he did not have an alcohol problem or if he did, that he had addressed it with counselling."

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    Lol. inb4 ED SJW's this thread into oblivion


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    ****s sakes

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    Stupid old bitch of a judge.

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    Game of Maori thrones

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    sykotic wrote:
    his lawyer argued it was likely to bar his succession to the throne.
    Because we wouldn't want that.

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    The outrage is going to be immense.

    /pulls up chair

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    A king with no power.

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    His mates got discharged on similar/the same charges so seems fair despite his 'status'

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    Potential successors had to have an unblemished record because of the custodial responsibilities involved as King.
    The Maori prince needs a criminal record check to become king. I don't know whether that's hilarious or disgusting.

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    good job NZ

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    Thought this was a thread about Tekken.

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    (Golf clap) well played Manc.

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    saw this on the news, saw a white lawyer explaining it was imperative that he was not sentenced because he was from some bloodline, seemed like a bunch of rubbish. I am not outraged the court's decision, I just think the whole thing is fabricated filth to upset affluent white folk like myself.

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    do the crime do the time little maori boy

    This happend when he was on bail what bs

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    tu meke kuz

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    Maori = above law. There I said it

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    Sil3nt-War wrote:
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    That reminds me, had an ad on GP saying that KFC mashies are coming back.

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    clockblock wrote:
    Because we wouldn't want that.
    Well, y'know... this.

    There's probably a ****ing reason for that.
    Last edited by GaR; 3rd July 2014 at 10:04 pm.

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    I have no problem with this, I be there wouldnt be any outrage if a dignitary/person of power from any other country got away with doing a crime because of his/her position.

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    GaR wrote:
    Well, y'know... [i]this[/]i.

    There's probably a ****ing reason for that.
    *this

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    KrimzinZV wrote:
    That reminds me, had an ad on GP saying that KFC mashies are coming back.
    lol

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    Coffeeshop wrote:
    I have no problem with this, I be there wouldnt be any outrage if a dignitary/person of power from any other country got away with doing a crime because of his/her position.
    Like the guy that got off a rape cause he's a diplomat?


    Oh wait he's coming back to face charges.

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    ROFL, "Maori King".