When the Cops Couldn’t Do the Job, This Gang Kicked All the Meth Dealers Out of Town


A New Zealand gang took the law into their own hands after the police failed them by getting rid of the town's methamphetamine dealers




Tribal Huk gang leader Jamie Pink delivered an ultimatum to the drug dealers in the Waikato town of Ngaruawahia. He told them the deadline to leave was 6.30pm the following day and that those who hadn't left would be payed a visit...





“For a lot of years, the Huks have kept a lot of other gangs out of here in Ngaruawahia and we are always going to do that, but we haven’t kept their poison out of here,” saidPink.
“From this second on, without disrespecting, we know who they are – some of them are whanau [family], but they’ve got to go. They have 24 hours to stop. We ask nicely first, then they’ve got to go. We’ve got no choice. The kids are asking for it. They’ll be asked nicely the first time.”

Pink had no problem explaining to the media what would happen if the dealers refused to leave quietly.

“We’ll attack them. We’ll attack them in the main street. Anywhere they stop.”

As controversial as it can be, vigilantism was welcomed by members of the community in this instance.

New Zealand has been fighting against a growing methamphetamine problem, with record-breaking busts occurring this year. In certain places, methamphetamine is easier to come across than marijuana due to the disproportionate targeting cannabis has faced with the farcical war on drugs.

Despite the government spending $15 million on an anti-drug initiative, it has been questioned, even by drug and alcohol support services.

I don’t know who is advising the Government because they haven’t gotten it right,” says Stephen King, who runs a drug and alcohol rehabilitation support house service in Waikato. King reckoned that spending $2 million to identify methamphetamine users entering prison was not an effective use of funds.

Even gangs that are known to have violent histories are taking the initiative to protect their friends and families from the dangers of methamphetamines. The case of Antonie Dixon is perhaps the most famous cautionary tale against methamphetamine use. Dixon became so paranoid he went on a rampage against his ex-girlfriend and at least two others with a samurai sword in 2003.

Justice has been served in this New Zealand town successfully, without the help of the police. 

A source told Fairfax Media the gang’s threat was successful in getting rid of all of its methamphetamine dealers.

The source went on the say  five or six dealers left without a fuss, and the others were given a “hand.”








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