#Horseshoegate – have you seen these alleged horse shoe throwers?

Written By: - Date published: 11:30 am, November 28th, 2016 - 13 comments
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Can you identify these three individuals?

Radio Tarana is giving a $100 reward to anyone who can positively identify the three individuals in the picture below.

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The three men have allegedly followed Mount Roskill Resident Kirti Yatri and threw a horse shoe at him.

They allegedly posed as supporters of National List MP Dr Paramjit Parmar.

An act of crime or dirty politics?

13 comments on “#Horseshoegate – have you seen these alleged horse shoe throwers?”

  1. fender 1

    Think it’s Puckish Rogue, BM and James 😀

  2. james 2

    I agree.

    If they threw a horseshoe – then hell yes its a crime and they should be charged.

    If they are found not to be associated with National List MP Dr Paramjit Parmar – then its dirty politics for the person who said they are – but it is STILL a crime what they did.

    The only way that its only dirty politics is if the person who made the complaint is 100% telling porkies about the entire thing.

  3. indiana 3

    Thank God it was a horse shoe and not a dildo!

  4. Akldnut 4

    Was it off the horse they rode in on?
    Keep an eye out for a horse limping around Mt Roskill, possibly heading toward Eastern Beach……… approach at your peril.

  5. wellfedweta 5

    There used to be horseshoe company in Mt Roskill, in Carr Road.

  6. greg 6

    holly shit a new Zealand made horse shoe that must be a rarity are these TORY terrorists wanted dead or alive ????

  7. mosa 7

    GCSB Agents perhaps….

    Test run for John.

  8. Siobhan 8

    “Mr Yatri said he lost his home, business and marriage when he refused the services of a couple and their priest.

    The couple were demanding 10 separate ceremonies at $250 each, plus other ceremonies that came to a total of $50,000.

    He alleges they retaliated by performing a black magic ceremony that included the spreading of cremation ashes when he wasn’t home.”


    I’ve already linked to this article before, and without wishing to defame the man, could I politely suggest he is not the most reliable of witnesses.

  9. James 9

    This morning I just read that the apparent horseshoe incident happened back in may.

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