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Holmes 'nutted off' at gang pad.

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« on: February 22, 2009, 02:24:37 pm »

Holmes 'nutted off' at gang pad

The Headhunters gang have dismissed former broadcaster Paul Holmes' attack on them last week as just "the rantings of an angry parent", but say they sympathise with his plight.

"I am a parent, I am a grandparent I understand what Paul is going through," senior patched member and convicted murderer Wayne Doyle told Sunday News.

"I get concerned about my daughters, who are all straight-as, bringing strange guys around."

Last week Holmes branded all gang members "filth, criminals, low life who have no aspiration, no respect for work and peddle drugs."

The former TV and radio frontman was dishing out parenting advice to Social Development Minister Paula Bennett who took in her daughter's gang member boyfriend Viliami Halaholo before he was sentenced for a savage assault in June 2007.

Halaholo who had a child with Bennett's 21-year-old daughter Anna stayed with the minister before he was sentenced for attacking a man with a fence paling.

The man broke his jaw and had a 10cm head gash.

Holmes told Bennett through the Sunday Star-Times she should make her daughter choose between her family and her gangster boyfriend.

"If I were Paula and my daughter did not wash her hands of that ignorant, violent thug, then I would wash my hands of my daughter," he said.

Holmes' daughter Millie Elder is living with and dating Headhunters prospect Connor Morris.

In March last year Elder, 20, was sentenced to 12 months supervision after being convicted of possessing P and allowing drugs to be consumed at her flat.

The 20-year-old, with Morris, was due back in court this month on a separate charge of possessing the class-A drug.

Holmes said his daughter's relationship with Morris whose dad is a patched Headhunter meant they did not see each other.

"My daughter knows where I am, but she knows we will have nothing, ever, to do with the Headhunters."

Doyle who was convicted in 1985 of murdering a King Cobra gang member said suggestions all gang members were hooked on drugs were wrong.

"If you went through some of our histories you would probably reach the conclusion we are all thugs, but that was before. It is different now.

"We have got older, it's as simple as that.

"It's not as though we are out here sitting around smoking crack."

He said he hoped Millie made a full recovery from her drug addiction.

"I don't feel sorry for Millie. She is just going through a growing up process and I f*****g hope she grows out of it."

Doyle a father of eight and grandfather of 12 said Holmes was the "one with the parenting issues, not us."

Holmes' frustration with the Headhunters was compounded by a $1740 repair bill he was forced to pay for damage to an apartment Elder had shared with Morris.

Holmes last week blamed Morris, his family and the gang for not settling the bill and told of his debt-collector trip to the gang's Ellerslie pad.

But "he was stopped at the door", Doyle said.

"(Holmes) claims that Millie's boyfriend owes the money and because he is a member we must be liable.

"We don't even have a response to that because it is not our business."

Holmes' impromptu visit to the gang's pad in his bright-red luxury Bentley car caused quite a stir.

"A couple of the guys were quite impressed at seeing Holmes there and started shaking his hand, but they hadn't seen him nutting off."

Doyle said Holmes had a closed mind about the gang.

"I invited Paul to come in and have a look around when he was here. I asked him if he wanted to come and make an informed decision. He said he didn't have time and just stormed off."

Doyle said he had met Elder but she did not spend much time at the gang headquarters although she was welcome.

"If Millie wants to come out here and train at our gymnasium, then not a problem. But it's not a place to just sit around and do nothing. You have to be motivated."

And Doyle said even Holmes was welcome back.

"If he wants to come out and can behave himself without being obnoxious then he is welcome."


Good on him!!!
Well done Homesy!

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