Sunday, April 03, 2005

The P in Kapiti

Tim Hume writes in the SST that Seven senior Satan's Slaves, including the sergeant-at-arms and the president, have quit over the gang's involvement with P. Detective Ross McKay of Paraparaumu police said police intelligence indicated the row within the Slaves mirrored divisions emerging in gangs nationwide.

I was told a story a couple of years ago when I was living in Orkland. I cannot tell how much truth there is in it, but here's how it went:

There was once a gang that sold P. Some of the members of this gang took a fondness to getting high on their supply. One night at a party surrounded by their whanau, a member took enough P to make him God.

"I am invincible!" he roared. To prove it, he punched a plate glass ranch slider, badly cutting himself in the process. "I am invincible!" he roared again and took a shard of glass, repeatedly stabbing himself in the chest. Needless to say, both he and the party died.

The word went out to the gang. Get clean. We don't need this shit.