March 01, 2009

Witness recalls Rabaka torture

Now the file containing critical evidence for Josefa Baleiloa’s case has also conveniently grown legs and walked away. How can it be possible for key cases like these that files go missing? Someone’s head should be rolling No?

Teleni’s pet PR poodle Ema Mua tries to manage every facet of damage control, and it will be interesting to see where her breaking point will be, if at all.

Back on the Rabaka trial it seems that Justice Gounder may have had a change of heart where media coverage is concerned. It is being reported that the state witnesses at the Rabaka trial plod on with their recollections and even identify those who dished out the torture.

Mrs Rabaka also takes the stand and remembers her son’s last day’s.

Meanwhile over in London the Commonwealth Ministers Action Group will be reviewing Fiji’s political developments (or lack of it) following our suspension in 2006. We’re guessing our suspension will remain for a while.

1 comment:

FijiGirl said...

It doesn't take a genius to figure out what's happening to all of these files. The files are being disappeared by the military because they are embarrassed by the contents, and know that the contents will lead to them losing their case. What's puzzling is why nobody is coming out and saying it. What's also interesting (and Fiji journalists, you can contribute here) is WHY IS CHRISTOPHER PRYDE SAYING AND DOING NOTHING ABOUT IT? He is so quick to comment when anything damaging is pointed out against his beloved corrupt regime. Why the stony silence now?
Birds of a feather, as they say.
God bless Fiji