New Zealand Police looking for body fail to check owners car for 2 days

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New Zealand Police looking for body fail to check owners car for 2 days

They joked about the body being in the car. Leaned on the car, wrote notes with it as a platform. Eventually two days later they looked in the boot .... there was the body they had been searching for all along.

Police have copped flak for taking two days to search the car in which Mrs Liu's body was found.

The car had been parked outside the home in Keystone Ave, Mt Roskill, she shared with her husband and three-year-old daughter, while police, media and the public walked past and even leaned on it.

Questions have also been raised about the time taken to notify international policing agency Interpol, about Ms Liu's husband Nai Yin Xue, who abandoned his daughter at a Melbourne train station before fleeing to the United States and is now the main suspect for Mrs Liu's murder.

One former top detective said yesterday that police inaction and failure to find the body was "absolutely appalling."

Auckland criminal lawyer Barry Hart accused police of being "slack" for taking so long to find the body, and Peter Williams, QC, said police had made a "colossal mistake" by not searching the car earlier.

More excuses on the link
 http://stuff.co.nz/4209081a...

Below is a picture of the car with the missing owners business advertised on the side. Everyone knew the car belonged to the owner who is now on the run in America after murdering his wife and putting her body in the boot.

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By netchicken: posted on 21-9-2007








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