Causative factors, Detective Inspector?

Woman charged over fatal car crash in Huonville, Tasmania.


Police have charged a woman with four breaches of a family violence order after she allegedly struck and killed a man with a car in southern Tasmania.

Police were called to Wilmot Road in Huonville, outside Huonville High School, just before 1:30pm on Saturday.

The 26-year-old man from the Huon Valley died before emergency services arrived.

The 34-year-old woman, who is from Lucaston, was taken into custody at the scene.

“The male and the female were known to each other. So the relationship between them will be subject to scrutiny and form part of the investigation,” Detective Inspector Michael Smith said.

“Any causative factors we’re not sure of yet … but that will form part of the investigation.”

 
Somebody alert the Senate immediately.

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19 Responses to Causative factors, Detective Inspector?

  1. She kills the guy with a car and is charged with 4 breaches of family violence order ?!

  2. On second thoughts if the deceased was a white male perhaps the investigation should be handled by Traffic cop. Seems like a case of recklessly throwing himself in front of a vehicle with intent to defame a female.

  3. Archivist

    The hypocrisy is astounding.

  4. mh

    Nothing to see here.

    A mere breach of a family violence order.

    All men are bastards anyway.

  5. Ed Case

    They can lock her up for the breaches while they figure out what happened.
    Its hard to see a female as DV victim angle here but you can rest assured the greatest minds in Australian journalism will look under every rock in this mans past going back to the day he was born.

  6. Knuckle Dragger

    The poor woman.

    Clearly he drove her to act in self-defence after he asked permission to go to the pub for two hours, once a month.

  7. Knuckle Dragger

    Seriously, do these muppet Senators ever see things like this and go ‘hang on, I might have been a bit premature on that last one’?

    Forget I asked. Hopeless.

  8. mem

    Case 2. Tasmania

    “The male and the female were known to each other. So the relationship between them will be subject to scrutiny and form part of the investigation,” Detective Inspector Michael Smith said.

    “Any causative factors we’re not sure of yet … but that will form part of the investigation.”

    Case 1 Queensland

    Ms Arndt has been widely criticised after defending a policeman’s suggestion Hannah Clarke’s husband could have been “driven too far” before killing her and their three children.

    Queensland Detective Inspector Mark Thompson, who made the comments, was stood down after concerns were raised about the language he used.

    All the same meaning but just a slight difference in intonation. The Senate disgusts me for using this as a political point scoring exercise. Of course we need to know the causative factors including what drove him or her to the violence. How else can we even start to prevent it.

  9. C.L.

    She drove it to him!

    Tel wins the week.
    See Sinclair for your prize.

  10. PB

    “The Senate disgusts me for using this as a political point scoring exercise.”

    Did you expect anything less from the Vagocracy?

  11. Chris M

    Police and ABC will look at all aspects of what the man may have done to upset her, possibility of suffering a post-something disorder, or faulty brakes. It’s also know that the Tasmanian community has been hit hard by climate change and is still grieving the retirement of Bob Brown.

  12. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    See Sinclair for your prize.

    It’s a picture of Sarah Hanson Young – nude.

  13. Not Uh oh

    Was he a firey? We all know what they’re like after a decent burn.

  14. wal1957

    Zulu!!!! @ 11:18

    I had a mouthful of cereal… now all over the keyboard!

  15. Fair Shake

    Where are our cwack Senate cops in our hour of need?
    (Cue the Hawaii 5 O Muzak)

  16. Squirrel

    Causative/schmausative – it’s pronouns that really matter.

  17. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    Domestic violence against men is real’: Woman walks free from court after car she was driving hit and killed her boyfriend – leaving his shattered mother weeping in rage

    Jari Wise, 26, died after being struck by a car in Tasmania on Saturday
    His girlfriend Melissa Oates, 34, was driving the car and was arrested at scene
    She was charged with four breaches of a police family violence order
    Circumstances of the crash are under investigation and no one was charged
    Do you know more? Email [email protected]

    Daily Mail.

  18. Deano

    “Man damages wife’s car in unprovoked attack.”

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