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Saturday, 2 October 2010

Killer Beez boss finally admits selling P |

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Killer Beez boss finally admits selling P | "Killer Beez president Josh Masters has finally admitted he is a P dealer more than two years after claiming he and his gang were anti-drugs on prime-time TV.
Masters, 32, admitted two charges of supplying methamphetamine, one of conspiring to sell it and money laundering early last month on the first day of his trial at the High Court at Auckland.
The kickboxer had initially faced 17 charges but 13 were dropped in exchange for his guilty plea. Masters was arrested along with 43 other Killer Beez and Tribesmen gang members and associates in May 2008.
Police seized several hundred thousand dollars worth of P and cannabis, along with a number of stolen vehicles from the gang"

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