He’s wrong

August 20th, 2013 at 12:00 pm by David Farrar

The Herald reports:

A convicted murderer and gang member is on the run from police, and is doing everything he can to avoid returning to prison.

Graham “Choc” Te Awa, a long-serving senior member of the notorious Head Hunters gang, has been evading authorities since February 25. He has also told authorities he has a new job as head of security for Polynesian royalty, so does not believe he has to adhere to New Zealand laws.

Well that’s easy – he’s wrong.

It is understood Te Awa may be with John Monga, who goes by the title of High Chief of Aotearoa for the Polynesian Kingdom of Atooi, the ancestral name for Hawaii.

I wonder if he has a business card that claims that? The “Kingdom” has its own police force.

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8 Responses to “He’s wrong”

  1. kowtow (8,522 comments) says:

    The real problem is New Zealand’s laws allow dangerous prisoners back into society.

    How the hell can a convicted murderer be “on the run”?.

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  2. Manolo (13,837 comments) says:

    More enlightened and peaceful Pasifika. Where is BWAV to defend him?

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  3. Black with a Vengeance (1,865 comments) says:

    Sounds like the guy can defend himself and others without my help, Manhole.

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  4. dime (9,980 comments) says:

    bwav – feel free to condemn the guy as a piece of garbage ;)

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  5. liarbors a joke (1,069 comments) says:

    I have it on good authority that Choc’s a top bloke and good all round family man , he is simply misunderstood .

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  6. Black with a Vengeance (1,865 comments) says:

    Sorry dime, not really one to condemn without knowing the facts and weighing up the evidence :P

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  7. David Garrett (7,318 comments) says:

    ..And therein lies half the problem with Maori child abuse, pigmented one…NO-ONE within that mythical creature “Maoridom” – with a few very rare and notable exceptions – is prepared to come out and say “X is a complete asshole, and we have no wish to shelter him/her” under the piu piu of our culture”.

    But also let it be noted that before Justice Minister Collins gained that portfolio, the National led gummint thought it quite legitimate to invite POS like this to summits at parliament where they piously discussed the “drivers of crime”. Collins sees gang members for what they are – vermin, and a cancer on our society.

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  8. Black with a Vengeance (1,865 comments) says:

    And therein lies half the problem with Maori child abuse…

    Fail to see what that statement has to do with the topic at hand but i’ll humour you.

    Wherein lies the other half of the problem with Maori child abuse ?

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