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Wednesday, 13 October 2010

Bay of Plenty Mongrel Mob gang members and a Tribesman gang member,Gang tensions running high before teen's death |

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Gang tensions running high before teen's death | "Tensions began to flare between Bay of Plenty Mongrel Mob gang members and a Tribesman gang member the day before the hit-and-run death of teenager Jordan Herewini last year, the High Court at Rotorua has heard today.
Andrew Maki told the court two young men wearing red, the recognised Mongrel Mob colour, took exception to a man wearing a yellow T-shirt while having a family day out at a swimming hole in Murupara. Yellow is the adopted colour of Murupara's Tribesmen gang.
Mr Maki is the first of 85 Crown witnesses to give evidence in the trial of eight Kawerau Mongrel Mob members over Jordan's violent death.
Quentin Duane Pukeroa is charged with the murder of Jordan and the attempted murder of Iwi Delamere.
The remainder face a raft of charges related to these incidents. All have pleaded not guilty.
Jordan, 16, died at his home in January last year after being run down by a ute in Murupara, 63km southeast of Rotorua."

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