Gang members encouraged to share with Abuse Commission
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The Mongrel Mob was born out of state-run institutions for teens in the 1960s, the very institutions that are under the spotlight for mistreating children in their care. In recent years the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care has probed these state and faith-based set-ups. But there's a sense gang members have been reluctant to engage, something the Waikato chapter of the Mongrel Mob is out to change. Jimmy Ellingham has the story.
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