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Black Power member Ngapari Nui was voluntarily working in Whanganui Prison teaching wellness and wellbeing to Maori inmates.

The Ngati Ruanui member had been volunteering in prisons for five years, and the iwi said he had never hidden who he was, Fairfax media reported.

However Corrections Minister Judith Collins ordered a review of Corrections volunteers after his position at the prison was brought to her attention, and Mr Nui was stood down.

She said she would not be “using favour” in his situation.

“The same rules should apply to Black Power, the Mongrel Mob, the Road Knights, Hell’s Angels, Head Hunters … patched gang membership is not to be encouraged in our prisons.”

What does this have to do with Green List MP David Clendon?

True to form, the crim-hugging left charged to the fore to defend the rights of those who are a threat to society:

Green Party MP David Clendon told Radio New Zealand gang members should be able to volunteer in prisons.

Why even limit it to prisons? Why not insist gangs should volunteer in alcohol and drug recovery programmes, primary schools and hospitals?


– NZN, via Newshub

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