About this title.
This is an unresolved true story of events spanning some 15 years. This book will no doubt shock the reader and bring the New Zealand Crown Governments both local and national into disrepute. A New Zealand born associate of mine having read this book states quote, 'Pete, I'm so sorry for what you have faced. It is disgusting how you and your family have been treated. I hope the book opens some eyes, because this is unacceptable behaviour from anyone let alone kiwis'. Years ago an american reading part of this then unfinished book stated 'what they have done is 'brutally unbelievable', I've taken the liberty of using his words in my book. In more recent years an outspoken maori MP-(Member of Parliament) emailed me regarding this issue and said three words 'keep pushing man'. Its a pity he wasnt outspoken enough to make a speech in parliament about this issue as the NZ Green Party leader of the time did. Our two young daughters health, education, and upbringing meant nothing to those who went against us. As their father this is what hurts me the most. 390 pages, b/w photos, reports, letters, events.
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About this Author.
The Author Pete Kiley is a British Citizen and was born in Leamington Spa in 1947. He spent most of his life in Coventry. Hes an ordinary working class family man. At aged 23 he started up his own small business under the name PK Home Improvements. He led a happy relaxed dept free life in the UK. He migrated to New Zealand in November 1992 with his Partner Denise Corden in
the hope of giving their two daughters aged four and two a better life. Only now does he realise what its like to have an ‘issue’ thrust upon the person through no fault of there own and the problems that can bring. The person or persons may not be able to move on with their lives. They may suffer health problems, stress, breakdown, loss of self esteem, isolation, loss of financial
security, psychological changes, suicidal thoughts or suicide. They may be innocently jailed or
Until that ‘issue’ is resolved to there satisfaction thereby setting them ‘free’ as justice has
Only then can they and there families move forward in their lives. Pete is almost certain none
will ever fully recover or be the same person/s as before there ’issue’. His heartfelt sympathies go out to all those persons and families so unfortunately affected.
Title: Persecuted in New Zealand: A Migrants Story
Author: Peter Kiley