The police have arrested three more people in connection with the October 15 2007 anti terror raids.
There are possibly more arrests to come.
Another three people have been arrested as part of the police repression of the Tino Rangatiratanga movement. Two men aged 44 and 46 from Maketu are due to appear in the Tauranga District Court and a 24-year-old Ruatoki man will appear in the Whakatane District Court today on firearms charges related to the Urewera 16.
Tuesday 19th, 4pm: All three men have been granted bail. The two arrestees from Maketu have another hearing in one weeks time, at which point the Crown will attempt to have their hearings moved to Auckland with the 16 arrested on October 15th, 2007. Bail conditions include non-association orders with the other arrestees (with one exception for work for one arrestee), residing at specific addresses, surrendering passports and not possessing firearms.
6:09pm: The Ruatoki man has been given 9 charges under the arms act. The two Maketu men have 7 charges each.
Julz-a “Urewera 17” support activist claims;
apparantely the police have more warrants so more raids to come