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10 Months And Police Still Investigating Seniloli

10 Months And Police Still Investigating Seniloli, Tora, Kubuabola
Issue No: 617 22 March 2001

Its been 10 months now since the involvement of Ratu Jope Seniloli, Ratu Inoke Kubuabola, and Apisai Tora with the Speight terrorists were revealed to the public through TC and other media. Yet the police has not been able to complete its investigations and get them charged.

Seniloli was recently confirmed to the post of Vice-President of Fiji, while Tora and Kubuabola have been reappointed by Laisenia Qarase into his cabinet.

Seniloli was `sworn' in by terrorist George Speight as Fiji's President on 20th May, a day after he took the government hostage. Kubuabola and Tora were actively involved with the terrorists.

Media reports state that Seniloli's file is still with the police department. Today's Daily Post states that the police say that they are still receiving statement son the case from other people. Police CID head, Emosi Vuinisa is quoted as assaying: "We will wrap up investigations and forward the files shortly to the DPP's office".


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