Tuesday, October 3, 2023

Mongrel Mob boss Daniel Eliu whacked - update II

The NZ Court of Appeal issued a judgment allowing Thomas Tahitahi’s name to be published, six months after the High Court denied continued name suppression. Tahitahi was arrested on Dec 29, 12 days after Daniel Eliu was ambushed and shot multiple times with a semi-automatic weapon. Tahitahi’s arrest came a day after a raucous funeral for Eliu, which included motorcycle revving, haka, barking and chants of “Sieg fucking heil” as his casket was carried to his grave by Mongrel Mob members.

About 150 Mongrel Mob members and family attended.
There were “no significant issues” at the funeral of Mongrel Mob boss Daniel Eliu. Cops have yet to make an arrest, 11 days on.
Eliu, 46, was shot dead outside the Papatoetoe Seventh-Day Adventist Church. Eliu lead the Mongrel Mob’s Auckland ‘Notorious’ chapter for 4 years.

The killer was subsequently spotted in CCTV footage in the church service Eliu was attending.