New Zealander died of liver complications in Fiji
Thursday, July 28, 2011
Post mortem results have revealed that New Zealander Tony Groom died from liver complications and not as a result of an alleged beating.
Inspector Atunaisa Sokomuri confirmed to FBC News this morning that police have received the post mortem results and the matter will be put to rest.
There have been earlier reports that Groom, a businessman in Nadi was beaten up in a rough part of town and died of his injuries a few days later.
Sokomuri says there were visible signs of injury to Groom’s body but any investigation into his death will now cease as the post mortem has revealed his true cause of death.
He says what matters in court is the results of the post mortem examination.
Report by: Roland Koroi
July 28, 2011
Military responds to death of NZ businessman
In reaction to the now international questions regarding muzzled media reports of tourists in Fiji, another cued up military regime stooge takes to the airwaves to spit out this poor excuse (and probable lies) in a pathetic attempt to add closure.
While tourists are relegated to this sort of appalling behaviour, undesirable sorts are free to roam the land.
Only in coup-coup land.