The country’s youngest killer, Bailey Junior Kurariki, is an articulate, intelligent young man, who appears genuine in his desire to live an offence-free life, the Parole Board said yesterday.
This guy is a hardened killer. Don’t let the babyface fool you. He knew what he was doing and he has never regretted it. In fact he is under the impression that he is a celrebrity because of it. He has been involved in multiple violent incidents while inside and shows no connection with the concept of cause and effect.
This profile they have just presented flys in the face of all available information which indicates that he is expected to reoffend pretty much on his way home if hes let out.
Witness their last report:
The comments are in stark contrast to Parole Board reports released in January and July last year, which said Kurariki was “at very high risk of general and violent reoffending”.
So what are they going to do?
The Parole Board said yesterday it had adjourned Kurariki’s parole hearing for one month to allow funding of a mentoring programme to be investigated. He is due to be released on September 16.
“Despite the problems he presented with earlier in his incarceration he has over the past several months, and particularly since his transfer to the [withheld] Unit, showed a self-discipline and determination to stay out of trouble and benefit from the programmes available to him.”
And theres the message for all inside, just say the right words for 8 or so weeks and we’ll let you out!
But thats no biggie to the parole board. Letting out killers to kill again is what they do.
The function of the parole board is to protect the New Zealand public from violent criminals. You have failed us… again… and aigan… and AGAIN!!
If you have any sympathy for anyone it should be this lady:
Mr Choy’s mother, Rita Croskery, told the Herald yesterday that she hoped Kurariki was reformed, but said it would be difficult to know whether he had really changed. “Because he’s expecting to be released, he’s got to behave himself so I suppose he’s restrained himself and learned a little bit of self-discipline in the meantime.”
Whatever happens her son is still dead. Beaten by Kurariki and his pack of thug mates for a couple of pizzas and some cash.