Tag: Black Power

Guilty pleas on prison gang attack charges

December 4, 2017 | By More
Guilty pleas on prison gang attack charges

Three men have admitted a prison-yard gang attack that put two rivals in hospital with broken bones.

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Bad memory halts kidnap trial

October 19, 2016 | By More
Bad memory halts kidnap trial

A kidnapping charge against four men with alleged Black Power links has been dropped after the alleged victim had a sudden loss of memory at the Christchurch District Court trial.

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Complicated jail term pronounced ‘cool’

April 29, 2016 | By More
Complicated jail term pronounced ‘cool’

A judge had to “hit the books” to grapple with New Zealand’s three-strikes justice system to work out how to handle additional jail time for an offender already serving a second strike term.

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Prisoner tried to smuggle drugs after compassionate leave

March 24, 2016 | By More
Prisoner tried to smuggle drugs after compassionate leave

A remand prisoner with gang links who was given compassionate leave to visit a terminally ill uncle tried to smuggle synthetic cannabis back into Christchurch Men’s Prison when he returned.

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