Monday, February 8, 2010
There are a number of unsolved crimes in New Zealand, from not so serious crimes to serious crimes, like a number of murders, including one we have been featuring on our home page. It is most unlikely that these crimes have been committed and the only person who knows of them is the person who did the crime. People close to the person who commited the crime will have seen changes in behaviour, blood on clothes, a likely weapon, unexplained absences at the time of the crimes, property that has appeared that has not been purchased, extra unexplained money and so on. People close to the criminal don't want to believe ill of the person they live with, know, are related to, and so rationalise away the thought of them committing the crime. It is easy to do especially if it is a loved one who is suspected. Is it legal? is it justified? is it fair? is it fair to the victim's family, will you ever be at peace? These questions must be asked. If you have this type of information go to the Police in the first instance, but if this is too much give the information to Crimestoppers by phoning 0800 555 111 or by using the online encrypted message form. This will give you peace of mind and more importantly closure to the loved ones of the victim of the crime. Put yourself in their place and ask yourself; how would you feel?