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Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Sat Jul 08, 2017 10:11 am
by redsonic
ABC News has a slightly different take on the story, with the defence lawyer emphasising poor Puneet's medical worries:

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Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Sat Jul 08, 2017 11:18 am
by fat and old
I have no issue with him dying in gaol. An Australian gaol.

Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Sat Jul 08, 2017 5:46 pm
by g-boaf
redsonic wrote:ABC News has a slightly different take on the story, with the defence lawyer emphasising poor Puneet's medical worries:

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Well, we can send a plane specially fitted out with all the medical equipment to bring him back, and here he shall receive top medical treatment, and as a bonus, experience our legal system.

Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Sat Jul 08, 2017 6:23 pm
by outnabike
I would like the bloke to get a real break. Some where between the shoulders and the ears seems about right.

Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Sat Jul 08, 2017 7:37 pm
by find_bruce
His lawyer said the now 27-year-old Puneet had acknowledged that his actions were "negligent", but said they were not "deliberate".

Um so tell me again how you accidentally get drunk & drive at 148 km/h

Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Wed Aug 02, 2017 7:43 am
by Andrew09
Nothing wrong with him. As so the story continues. He says he doesn't want to come back to Australia as Aussies are racist. That is the first thing he has got right. As an Aussie I cannot tolerate idiots , no matter where you are from. I'm sure an Indian hospital will cure him.

Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Wed Aug 02, 2017 9:02 am
by BJL
If he'd stayed and faced the music at the time, he would have gotten fines for drink driving and speeding and probably would have already completed any jail sentence (if any) for killing someone. They might have even tried to deport him back to where he is now but ironically, I'm guessing he would have fought deportation to stay here.

Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Wed Aug 02, 2017 10:14 am
by Cheesewheel
http://www.skynews.com.au/news/national ... ition.html

Staging yet another appeal in Delhi against extradition. The hearing is set for sept 5. On the plus side there is no mention of being prevented from travel on medical grounds .... so at least that part of his shenanigans seems to be no longer in play.

Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Wed Aug 02, 2017 12:58 pm
by jules21
Andrew09 wrote:He says he doesn't want to come back to Australia as Aussies are racist. .

this is good news. it seems to suggest his lawyers are relying on legal arguments to prevent extradition, rather than what I would worry more about - palm greasing.

Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Wed Aug 02, 2017 1:09 pm
by MichaelB
Andrew09 wrote:Nothing wrong with him. As so the story continues. He says he doesn't want to come back to Australia as Aussies are racist. That is the first thing he has got right. As an Aussie I cannot tolerate idiots , no matter where you are from. I'm sure an Indian hospital will cure him.


Ooooh, poor puneet.

I feel for him, I really do. NOT.

Be a man and face justice. It'll be much fairer here than anywhere else.

Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Wed Aug 02, 2017 7:48 pm
by Mulger bill
If the majority of Australians over the past 10 years have any problem with Indians maybe this dishonourable coward should look to himself as the cause.

Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Thu Aug 03, 2017 7:11 am
by fat and old
Nah....it's the way they always call me mate at the quickymart. Did I go to school with you???? No? Then I'm not your mate. There's a lot to be said for American hospitality manners.

Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Thu Aug 03, 2017 7:17 am
by Cyclophiliac
MichaelB wrote:
Andrew09 wrote:Nothing wrong with him. As so the story continues. He says he doesn't want to come back to Australia as Aussies are racist. That is the first thing he has got right. As an Aussie I cannot tolerate idiots , no matter where you are from. I'm sure an Indian hospital will cure him.


Ooooh, poor puneet.

I feel for him, I really do. NOT.

Be a man and face justice. It'll be much fairer here than anywhere else.

Will it? Given our pathetic legal system, he'll get off with little or no punishment, and the victim's family will suffer for the rest of their lives.

Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Thu Aug 03, 2017 8:52 am
by g-boaf
Mulger bill wrote:If the majority of Australians over the past 10 years have any problem with Indians maybe this dishonourable coward should look to himself as the cause.


I can't believe he thinks we are racist... I have many colleagues and friends who are Indian, they are all wonderful - gracious and down to earth.

Anyone would think this guy is trying to avoid facing justice...

Let's prove to him how generous we are and send a specially equipped medical evacuation jet (which we do have) and see that he gets the absolute best of medical care for his treatment on the flight and here when he is in Australia. And then he can also face justice!

Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Thu Aug 03, 2017 9:01 am
by BJL
The comments in the Herald Sun today make me angry. Not that they universally brand Puneet Punnet a coward form playing the 'race' card and that he should face the legal system here.

But that if Puneet Puneet had hit and killed a cyclist, he would have been almost applauded by the ferals with renewed calls for cyclists to pay rego and that it's our own fault if we get hit by motorists and all sorts of thinly veiled threats and derogatory comments. The same people who condemn Puneet Puneet for his actions are guilty of the same thing against cyclists.

Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Thu Aug 03, 2017 1:12 pm
by jules21
Mulger bill wrote:If the majority of Australians over the past 10 years have any problem with Indians maybe this dishonourable coward should look to himself as the cause.

what's funny is media reporting that the local Indian community has trashed him for saying that :lol:

Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Fri Aug 04, 2017 10:28 pm
by ColinOldnCranky
jules21 wrote:
Mulger bill wrote:If the majority of Australians over the past 10 years have any problem with Indians maybe this dishonourable coward should look to himself as the cause.

what's funny is media reporting that the local Indian community has trashed him for saying that :lol:

I've been following this whole sorry saga since he absconded, including reports from Indian news sources. And even they and the general populace (which I assume is Puneets intended audience) do not seem interested in Puneet's constant theme of racism. And I am unaware of any noticeable interference from local politicians either.

While I have mostly looked at english language news, I have, on occasion, also used Google Translation with similar results. India is not as tribal and jingoistic as we may think. Certainly in this case they do not appear to be so.

Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Mon Aug 07, 2017 10:45 am
by jules21
ColinOldnCranky wrote:While I have mostly looked at english language news, I have, on occasion, also used Google Translation with similar results. India is not as tribal and jingoistic as we may think. Certainly in this case they do not appear to be so.

I've traveled to India and they are very hospitable. They have their problems but they would understand Puneet is just dodging jail.

Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Thu Sep 07, 2017 9:44 am
by find_bruce
Poor chap "He's in bad shape" now confined to a wheelchair, for no explained reason, wears a surgical mask for some unstated illness, has liver problems and schizophrenia.

All he wants is for it all to be over so he can spend time at home - you know unlike his victim Dean Hofstee.

To think it could all have been over if he had not fled the country. Still if he is that worried about Australian gaols, personally I would be satisfied if he served his sentence in an Indian gaol.

Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Thu Sep 21, 2017 5:46 pm
by mikesbytes
He will get much better health care in an Australian prison

I'm betting that when [if] he is convicted in Australia, he will get a much bigger sentence for escaping the country than he will for the death

Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Fri Sep 22, 2017 2:27 pm
by fat and old
find_bruce wrote:Poor chap "He's in bad shape" now confined to a wheelchair, for no explained reason, wears a surgical mask for some unstated illness, has liver problems and schizophrenia.


Schizophrenia? Still? I thought ended once he got out of Australia and could resume his real identity?

Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Fri Sep 22, 2017 5:15 pm
by find_bruce
find_bruce wrote:Poor chap "He's in bad shape" now confined to a wheelchair, for no explained reason, wears a surgical mask for some unstated illness, has liver problems and schizophrenia.
fat and old wrote:Schizophrenia? Still? I thought ended once he got out of Australia and could resume his real identity?

"Schizophrenia is a mental disorder characterized by abnormal social behavior and failure to understand what is real. Common symptoms include false beliefs, unclear or confused thinking, ... reduced social engagement and emotional expression ..."

[sarcasm] Sounds about right - Puneet behaviour in driving at a speed & in a manner dangerous, was abnormal, he falsely believes that he is being unfairly treated just because he recklessly killed someone, falsely believes he needs a wheelchair. He is apparently unable to express any empathy for his victims nor even any acknowledgment that he was at fault.[/sarcasm]

Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Mon Nov 06, 2017 9:22 pm
by find_bruce
And the Indian legal system limps on with no decision as Puneet continues to fight extradition to Australia. In good news he is now well enough to abandon the wheelchair

Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Tue Jan 09, 2018 3:56 pm
by fat and old
So old mate wants the victims family to drop the case cos he’s suffered enough

http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/my-li ... 0fdll.html

Good luck with that scumbo

Re: Punneet Puneet extradition status

Posted: Thu Jan 18, 2018 9:25 pm
by cycles gitane
Premier Daniel Andrews pushes for Indian government to back extradition of Puneet Puneet

PREMIER Daniel Andrews has lobbied Indian officials to support the extradition of killer driver Puneet Puneet.

Mr Andrews — on an official visit to India — “firmly but respectfully” told local External Affairs Minister, M J Akbar, that Puneet must face justice in Victoria.

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“Puneet Puneet asked for forgiveness — there can be no forgiveness until there is justice,” Mr Andrews said.

“It is only right that this coward be returned to Victoria to face the courts, and if convicted, serve his time just like any other prisoner. It is what Victorians want, it is what his victim’s family wants — and it is what he deserves.”

more here:
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/law-or ... d0fb088366

OR this story:
http://www.news.com.au/national/breakin ... d787905fcb





10 years is too long to wait for justice for the deceased.

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