Hoera Te Kooti 62 who was of the seafaring Moldi people of New Zealand, left the Prince of Wales Hotel in Ipswich, west of Brisbane Queensland, at 11:20 pm on the evening of Friday, April 1 1999.
After crossing the street he was attacked by a group of fifteen aboriginal teenagers, and bashed with a fence paling outside a Baptist church in Brisbane Street, the entire attack was recorded on security cam footage, which shows black hands going thru his pockets as he lay dying.
One only of his attackers ever faced court .. A 16 yo was found not guilty of manslaughter by a Supreme Court jury, he was reportedly seen in Ipswich a few days after the trial, wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with Murder 1. highbeam.com
The plan is to prosecute the original offenders, and the police, politicians, judges and lawyers, who firstly decided that one only of his attackers would be charged, then prevented the jury from viewing the video tape. Anticipating fifteen blacks swinging by their necks dead, at the same locale the crime took place, beside as many dozen trial lawyers, judges and police, as are found guilty of preventing the course of justice!
Not long after the Te Kooti murder, in Brisbane at the New Farm taxi rank, a group of five young aboriginal people decide to jump ahead of me, I tell them do not go thinking they are going to jump the queue, and the sh*t hits the fan.
One slut gets in front, another comes up on my right, another my rear and two a man and a woman cut me off from the left, from the right, "look at this c###, thinks he's white" .. I am in fact part aboriginal .. the same slut screaming filth to my front.
My plan is to chop the one to the right, but grab the one behind me from over my head, the two at left body language indicates that they are just gonna watch, probably already going over in their minds, that their legal team will mitigate them out of serious consequences, after I am murdered.
Just then a police vehicle pulls up opposite, they melt into the night .. these were from the same gang that murdered Mr Te Kooti - That's where I am on blacks, they are on a warnin', to be no nearer to me than one rifle shot!