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Sunday, September 23, 2012

Captured escapees in hospital after beating from RFMF and police

Naboro escapees in hospital after beating
Fiji police have captured four of the five runaway prisoners but they beat them so badly, three are in hospital.

Police officials have lied about the details of the men's recapture with spokesperson Rusiate Tudravu bullshitting to media yesterday, saying the prisoners were being questioned and processed.


The truth is three of the four captured prisoners are in Colonial War Memorial Hospital with serious injuries and can't talk after they were assaulted by the military and police officers who captured them. 

They were admitted to the mens acute surgical ward with swollen faces, bruises and cuts, and one of them has a broken leg. 

No visits have been allowed and the Fiji media have ignored the story.

The military originally took the prisoners to the QEB hospital on Friday night but transferred them to CWM yesterday at midday when they realised the injuries were severe.

One prisoner continues to elude officials who a few days ago also warned people living in houses under the Public Rental Board that they would be evicted if they didn't help police.

People living in squatter settlements on state land were also told they would be evicted if they continued to reportedly resist helping the joint police and RFMF operations team with their inquiries.

77 comments:

  1. Great- the crims get what thery deserve- A lesson for them!
    Tey will NEVER terrorise the nation again!
    GOOD WORK OFFICERS!

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  2. What a shame, the only way this regime knows to solving problems is by threats and violence.

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  3. Shame on the media in Fiji you spineless lot.

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  4. Js like the nimacere case.

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  5. The following release from Fiji village indicates that Bainivore takes things personally so he is personally responsible for the beatings. So much for law and order where justice is an illusion.

    Escapee urged to turn himself in by PM
    Publish date/time: 23/09/2012 [18:45]

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    The last prison escapee has been urged to turn himself in by the Prime Minister.

    Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama said that every effort is being made to catch the fifth escapee, the 30 year old Isoa Waqa and that he shares the community's outrage at the circumstances of the escape and the fear sparked after the series of robberies that followed.

    He added that he will not tolerate any breakdown of law and order especially when people are being terrorised.

    Commodore Bainimarama has also praised the collaboration between police and the military that led to the speedy capture of four escapees.

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  6. All Points Bulletin now out for Dakuwaqa. Police are advised to arrest any Fijian man with the upper torso of a shark.

    THAT should narrow down the list of suspects!

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  7. when is Ban Ki Moon and the useless UN under his leadership going to wake up to employing thugs from a military dictatorship? Can the UN continue to deteriorate further under this incompetemt leadership?

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  8. these guys deserve this treatment from police.

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  9. @Ratu Vore and Ratu Sai

    Damned if they do and damned if they don't. It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better.

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  10. nobody deserves this kind of beating or torture. the prisoners have their rights and this kind of behaviour would not be condoned in a democratic country where civil liberties count.

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  11. "He added that he will not tolerate any breakdown of law and order especially when people are being terrorised."

    Frank doesn't tolerate any terrorism, unless it is he who is doing the terrorising...

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  12. frank bainimagana cai tamamu kaukauwa! you saraga are the one who needs that bashing, then you will shit in your pants one last time. wawa mada qauri then it will be your turn!

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  13. The military and police forces are acting like a group of thugs.We need to trie every single one of these thugs when democracy is back in place?

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  14. Anonymous at 11:10pm every prisoner has his rights so do the innocent people these people harm! Civil liberties is great until one of these blokes does some thing pretty nasty to a memeber of your own family eg like the nut who killed Dr Chan in Sydney going back home to Malaysia!

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  15. They deserved to be worked over since they were too stupid to get out of dodge city?
    Why the frieken hell were they thinking?Why stay close to the main police&military centres in Fiji?
    Why didn't you run
    to the western province? or go inland to Nadarivatu or Nakauvadra?
    were you scared of the Tevoro, than you shouldn't skip jail? You want to be tough, why don't you rob
    the military HQ of their Gun? Rob the military warehouse and start picking them off one by one and see
    what their next move would be?I mean i'd take a shot at the PM see
    if he's got the ball to stand up to
    the pressure?
    Take a shot at the treasonous police members, and see
    what they'd say and do?Why would you stayed together and not split up into two or single?You know that
    Fijians are not very happy about the military leadership,
    you should have done something to pull Fijian support
    toward you by shooting a soldier or police?Or take a shot at the PM
    or AG?

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  16. It has not been report that the robberies werent done by these escapees.
    So what is the military and the police doing to find the criminals who actually committed them.

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  17. @Anon

    The police are paid to do their job and as such do it within the ambit of the law. How can they espouse to uphold the law if they break it in the name of carrying out their duties.

    They should be professionals who carry out their jobs without favor or vilification. What is wrong with arresting prisoners without beating the shit out of them? The law via the courts will punish them when found guilty and not the police.

    Certainly not a matter of damned if they do and damned if they don't like you espouse.

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  18. Frank is scared thats why he uses army/police to arrest prisoners .
    Time for the fijians to wake up fight for freedom and democracy.
    army and police are worst than the prisoners.

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  19. Public to study draft constitution

    07:27 Today




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    Report by: Epeli Tukuwasa

    The public will be given an opportunity to study the draft Constitution before it’s submitted to the Constituent Assembly.

    Commission Chair Professor Yash Ghai says Fijians will be able to see whether their submissions have been taken into consideration.

    He says the Commission will prepare a document before the draft Constitution is presented to the President and the Constituent Assembly in December.

    He adds people can then make remarks of the document to the Commission.

    We also intend to prepare a document which will explain in simple language what are other recommendations, what the new Constitution will look like and what concerns it is responding to.

    The document will be printed in three languages.

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  20. Public to study draft constitution

    07:27 Today




    Taken from/By:
    Report by: Epeli Tukuwasa

    The public will be given an opportunity to study the draft Constitution before it’s submitted to the Constituent Assembly.

    Commission Chair Professor Yash Ghai says Fijians will be able to see whether their submissions have been taken into consideration.

    He says the Commission will prepare a document before the draft Constitution is presented to the President and the Constituent Assembly in December.

    He adds people can then make remarks of the document to the Commission.

    We also intend to prepare a document which will explain in simple language what are other recommendations, what the new Constitution will look like and what concerns it is responding to.

    The document will be printed in three languages.

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  21. 75,000 jobs set to go BUT khaiyum anti union decree wont be withdrawn - saheen gay



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    Report by: Devendra Narayan

    Fiji will not compromise its core labor principles, despite being in danger of losing millions of dollars in benefits under the Generalized System of Preference.. GSP trade with the United States.

    The State is confident of defending itself against a petition by a union, which has asked the US to punish Fiji for its labor reforms.

    Thirty nine companies and 15,000 workers livelihood depends on this single hearing in the US.

    The Fiji Trades Union Congress had filed a petition in December last year… asking the US to impose sanctions on Fiji because of various reasons, which include the introduction of the Public Emergency Regulations (PER) and the Media Decree.

    Industry and Trade Ministry Permanent Secretary Shaheen Ali says the Fiji Delegation to the US is expected to highlight the positives implemented by the Bainimarama government.

    “Improvement in roads airports, so all this things are important, sometimes people don’t have appreciation from outside, we will let them know and of course they are watching and observing and commending the political process that is going on which is the voter registration process and constitutional process.”

    Fiji’s total exports bill to the US stands at around one hundred million dollars and if the decision by the US goes the other way round, Ali says livelihoods of 75,000 people will be at stake.

    Fiji has enjoyed duty free access to US markets under the GSP system since 1976.

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  22. Saw this on a website called omygod fiji confessions.
    https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=348186081939952&id=345579475533946

    Not a confession, but Ha ! My sister is a nurse at the cwm hospital and she sed that those 4 prisoners who got caught are at d hospital bed-ridden and tortured pretty bad ! One of em had a stick stuck up on his *** ! Isaa only in feejee where you' find dis kind of punishments.. Au sa lomana ga d fifth one hu is still on the run ! You are sooo dead bro ! Gudluck from me ! Xo

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  23. Monday morning mirth ... the one who lied and apologised publicly recently is preaching on C4.5 fan page about the rights and wrongs of life and prisoners getting a beating. Oilei Thakur anjit SRingh clean your own house first.


    Thakur Ranjit Singh When people are in jail for crime they have committed, they break out and yet again commit daylight armed robbery, terrify law -abiding citizens, they are bound to get injured in recapture. They chose violence, they will be arrested such, especially is they are armed and dangerous. You live by sword, you die by it. They asked for it. I see media giving lot of publicity about their injuries, and NOTHING about their terrified victims.



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  24. PM says investigations into prison breakout will be conducted
    Publish date/time: 24/09/2012 [08:14]

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    Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama said authorities will conduct proper investigations in relation to the prison breakout last Monday.

    Commodore Bainimarama said the authorities are targeting possible accomplices both inside and outside the prison.

    He said anyone who harboured these escapees and assisted them in any way is also in serious trouble.

    The Prime Minister said investigations are already underway into allegations that the breakout was assisted by some within the prison system.

    Commodore Bainimarama said if this was the case, then this is a grave breakdown of prison discipline and he said the authorities will leave no stone unturned getting to the bottom of it.

    He has also urged the last prison escapee, Isoa Waqa to turn himself in to police.

    30-year-old Waqa was serving an 8 year sentence for robbery with violence.

    The last prison escapee has been urged to turn himself in by the Prime Minister.

    Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama said every effort is being made to catch Isoa Waqa and the Prime Minister said he shares the community’s outrage at the circumstances of the escape and the fear sparked after the series of robberies that followed.

    He added he will not tolerate any breakdown of law and order especially when people are being terrorised.

    Commodore Bainimarama has also praised the collaboration between police, the military and the Corrections officers that led to the speedy capture of four escapees.

    Meanwhile, Chief of Operations ACP Rusiate Tudravu has confirmed that two people who were taken into custody for allegedly harbouring the prisoners will be appearing in the Suva Magistrates Court today.

    These two were caught near Uduya Point where the four prisoners were captured.

    Three people who were allegedly involved in the BSP Samabula branch robbery last week will also be appearing in court today.

    It is also confirmed that two of these three people allegedly assisted the prisoners to escape from Naboro Medium facility on Monday night.

    The four prisoners who were caught on Friday are still being questioned.

    28-year-old Solomoni Qurai who was serving a life sentence for burglary and murder, 29-year-old Tevita Sugu who was serving a 13 year sentence for aggravated robbery, 25-year-old Josaia Usumaki who was serving a 26 year sentence for robbery with violence and related offences and 30-year-old Epeli Qaraniqio who was serving 8 years for robbery with violence were caught near the bushes in Uduya Point.

    Police checkpoints have been set up at various locations as the hunt continues for Waqa.


    Story by: Vijay Narayan & Khusboo Singh

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  25. Thakur Ranjit Singh tere mai chodo sala conman bainimrama ke paralle

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  26. Perhaps we should all be grateful they were not shot.

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  27. Vinaka Ptof Ghai.
    Give the draft to the public than we see what the regime is preaching on constitution .
    If the people view is changed by the constitution assembley than we know its not peoples constitution but Franks constitution.

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  28. These beatings show that the regime is on edge and acts at the same level as the robber escapees.

    Anyone who says that these prisoners only got what they deserve had better hope that they don't receive the same measure of rough 'justice' someday themselves.

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  29. 'In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends'.

    Friends of Fiji, the silence ends now. Time to begin traveling here to Suva to make final preparations.

    M-Minute, Operation Jericho, Downtown Suva, Wednesday, 26 September, precisely 7:00 PM. 

    Bula Fiji!

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  30. BIG CRIMINAL FRANK HUNTING SMALL CRIMINALS.
    'THOU SHALL NOT DO AS I DO' SAITH FRANK.

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  31. Commodore, time is running out for you. Take Dakuwaqa's offer of amnesty now or hang later. Your choice.

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  32. It is sad to see some people condoning the violent treatment of the prison escapees. Whatever the cause or provocation, no one but no one should be subjected to violence. The law should be enforced. It is this mentality that you can solve problems through violence that is the crux of the problem facing Fiji.

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  33. these guys are hard core criminals, so many violent and daring break in within a short time of escaping from prison. it is fortunate that they were caught before any more violent robberies or even public deaths too place.
    i am all for beating up these thugs and giving them a lesson and sending message to any other hard core criminials who are thinking of escaping. well done to the police, prison and the military joint team

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  34. Still can't understand why they entered the bank through the wall and not the door ?

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  35. What did they expect? A Salu Salu and a welcome commettee?

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  36. So much sympathy for the criminals and nothing for the general public. It seems people are hell bent to accuse and pull down everything done by the IG.

    M not a supporter of the IG, but give it credit for what they did as fear was creeping to its citizens. What do you expect when they got caught? 5 star treatment?

    I was a victim and I am happy as so much of tax payers money was going to be spent on the 5. Glad they got caught sooner than later. As a fijian, I am ashamed as our churches as the prison is full of our fellow fijians. Where are we heading?

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  37. Bainimarama you a crim yourself.Why beat the boys, just put them back in and take them to court later.You are still beating the people in fIJI.YOU WILL BE BEATEN, WORSE THAN THE BOYS SOON !!!

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  38. THEY SHOULD GO STRAIGHT TO THE KEMP AND START SHOOTING THERE.

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  39. Some think these lot were Church going lads on a sunday outing that got picked up and bashed by the cops! These are hard core criminals! They have no fear or reason not to injury as they jumped a prison wall to get out and do a much harm & damage as could. Question is who planned it?

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  40. As the second world war came to a close, Musollini was beaten ,then hanged on a lamp post for all to see, who had been committing the atrocities.
    The more atrocities committed today only banks up the anger and revenge when the regime falls. If I were those committing these heinous crimes today, I would be very very frightened of whats to come. God forbid the revenge from the citizens. It will be bloody I can foresee.Pehaps the route taken by Hitler was a good way of ending one's life.... before the natives of Fiji get into the fray.

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  41. I suppose some of the comments here are really not that unexpected.

    Just look at the recent mass shooting in the USA cinema of inocents and last weeks totally unprovoked shooting of two young female police in the UK. Within hours of each occurence people had started Facebook pages for the perpertrators claiming that they were heros for what they did and lots joined in as well !

    A few comments about some dangerous beat up fugitives who no doubt put up a fight resisting arrest is pretty tame in the worldwide scheme of things.

    It just ain't going to paint a bad picture of Fiji to the rest of the world as some want.

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  42. What would you do being faced by hardend criminals with ane knives ,broken beer botles,sticks etc Tell me!!!???

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  43. The police and the military are supposed to be law enforcement agency.They have now broken the rights of these prisoners and they also should be treated like humans. Can someone get photos from CWM and send them to this blogg. Also pls get the names of all the people involved especially their superiors so that we can block them from entering NZ, Australia and to the UN missions.

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  44. Anthony Stephens, we know that prisoners escaping broke the law, but what the police and the useless army guys did was also against the law. These prisoners have human rights, just like any citizen. Shame on you asshole.

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  45. For you who sympathize with the 5, tell me this! If you had the 5 knocking on your window at 2am in the morning armed to the teeth, who are you going to call? Santa Claus?? I guarantee you you'll scream for the POLICE and the ARMY at the top of your voices...!!so shut it...these guys got what they deserved and more. they are burden to society. this sends out the message to other wanna-be escapees that you better stay put or you'll go back to your cell-block via CWM.

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  46. Anon, 24 Spet, 4:40PM - a convicted person does not have the rights/priviledges as non convict. So please do not let emotions override your judgement ... they deserve the treatment!!!

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  47. Dina says..

    To start with - I have never read or known since Fiji independence in 1970 for a PM to make any comments regarding issues such as prison break out.
    This is an issue for the Police & Prisons to make comment on.
    Just shows the level Frank is at and the wannabee everybody and busy body.

    As self claimed PM he should make comments on principle economic and restoration of LAW issues or national issues - not on prisoners giving themselves up....

    Second - Fiji is in a state of confusion. Basic human rights being violated and continues.

    Fiji lives in a climate of fear and threat - military style.

    Have we forgotten how to respect human beings - irrespective of their crimes - NO ONE hAS ANY RIGHT TO HARM THEM.

    This only happens when THUGS are in power and NO proper LAW institutionalised here in Fiji.

    Frank should now send Aiyaz Khaiyum home and startputting credible people in our judiciary.

    If this is NOT possible than Frank is just as good or worse than these escape prisoners.

    Whilst these escape prisoners have robbed, they DID NOT KILL.

    FRANK AND HIS COMAPNY HAVE MURDERED AND KILLED INNOCENT FIJIAN CITIZENS...

    THIS IS THE POINT OF DIFFERENCE - SO WHO IS GOING TO ARREST THEM OR TAKE THEM TO TASK.....

    GOD BLESS FIJI

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  48. police have acted with a vigilante mob mind set, thus representing all that agree with the brutality and force in which the convicts were apprehended.i agree that if one of my relatives were to get hurt by one of this convicts i would be the first to call for their heads but we live in a civilized society where even the uncivilized have to be treated with respect and treated humanely at all times. if police can not show professionalism(restrain) in carrying out their duties then what hope do we have as a society when rules can be bend to accommodate "vigilante" ways. its normal for societies to feel that she has been personally attacked by such a brazen act, it does not excuse the long arm of the law to act out the frustration of the common men. he who upholds the law must not break the law!! i wonder if the police force and the military understand the meaning of "human rights".

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  50. Ok people, they may be are hardened criminals and have done what they have done, BUT, they are still human beings and who not for one moment deserve the beatings and and what have you that has been inflicted on them!
    It does not give the right to the security forces to beat them up.
    I sincerely hope that all the outside world gets the very very clear message of the brutality, the murders, the beatings and the intimidation that is happening on on the ground here.
    It is a replay of the happenings in Dec 2006 - intimidation, murder, beatings, bombings etc etc!! My the good Lord's wrath and punishment be dished out to these murderers and their families. It is written in the Holy Bible!!!!

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  51. Have previous and ELECTED PMs publicly commented when there have been previous break outs by inmates? NEVER!
    Why this illegal one has chosen to do so is for the simple reason that he is dead scared that they are out to get him!! PERIOD!!!!
    This is the INTEL that has been circulating between the Police and the sadists at QEB!!

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  52. I am reminded of the saying 'What goes around will come around'.
    Mark my word Voceke, that too applies to you. You are no exception!
    I am just hoping and praying that the good Lord will grant me long life to see you all fall from grace and personally receive and experience what you have been dishing out. ONE DAY MAFATO!!!

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  53. How come Fiji's so called free media/non self censoring media is not reporting the beatings?? Free media is a myth !! And the self censoring reporters should change their jobs--the kitchen is too hot for them !!

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  54. The bastards deserve what they got infact they should have got more hiding. The victims they terrorised will never forget the episode all their life.

    Unfortunately its the i-taukeis who are doing such criminality and where are our churches to guide them? - too busy with politics and christiam state the bastards methodists.

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  55. I'm looking forward to the day all these people who have been abused, beaten and tortured can have their day in court and bring these Military thugs and Police to Justice.
    If any Military Personal under the ADF behaved in such a way, they would be arrested and thrown into prison themselves and then tried in a Civil Court perhaps as well.
    I hope someone can advice these prisoners to take civil action against their oppressors once democracy and the Rule of Law are restored in Fiji.
    At present, no one is safe.

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  56. They are nit hunan beings! They are escped prisoner, big difference in my big. Good luck, lesson for all

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  57. These are harden criminals who have committed horendous violent acts against the innocent public. They need to be taught a lesson that law and order still exists. If any others were conspiring to do a ruuner will think twice!!!

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  58. Joe Siga, hope you'll get a beating too asshole, and have a broom shoved up your ass.

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  59. You bunch of idiots don't know the meaning of law and order. You don't show law and order exists by shoving broomsticks up peoples' arses. Quite the opposite. With that kind of mentality, maybe you already have the kind of government you deserve.

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  60. @ whoever is impersonating my name on comments @6.25pm and trying to make me enemy of Fijians appear to be for some un-known reason afraid of me.

    C4.5 can you please remove the comments placed with my name which someone son of multiple fathers has forgotten his own name and mistakewnly used my name instead.

    I do not blog ...so please whoever you are go and f...yourself.

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  61. Anonymous 8:29 is exactly right. Bainimarama is so paranoid, he fears that the escapees are somehow orchestrated by Dakuwaqa and part of Jericho.

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  62. Anonmyous 5:23, they may have forfeited their civil rights, but they can never forfeit their human rights. Educate yourself on the difference.

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  63. Anonymous 4:40, if five goons start knocking at your door at 2 am in the morning, armed to the teeth, don't yell for the army, because in today's Fiji, they probably ARE the army!

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  64. Acknowledged...Escapees medically unfit to talk...what a state of affairs when fiji tinks it's okay to torture and bash criminals. Anywhere else and it would be widely condemned.


    FBC
    Report by: Vosita Kotoiwasawasa

    Meanwhile the other four escapees are still admitted at the Colonial War Memorial Hospital.

    They’re under police guard and will remain there until doctors say they’re fit for interrogation.

    ACP Rusiate Tudravu says the injuries aren’t the result of a violent beating… instead he says, officers had to use necessary force to subdue the fugitives.

    I can confirm that they resisted arrest and in order to get them in..the ops officers used reasonable force… which is why they are now under observation at the hospital….

    Officers who were out on Snake Island also suffered some injuries because of the rough terrain.

    If you visit that place where the arrests were made….the terrain is rugged and was quite tough.

    The only people with access to the four are medical staff and police investigators.

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  65. An avidity to punish is always dangerous to liberty. It leads men to stretch, to misinterpret, and to misapply even the best of laws. He that would make his own liberty secure must guard even his enemy from oppression; for if he violates this duty he establishes a precedent that will reach to himself.

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  66. EVERYONE IS SAYING THAT THESE BOYS ARE HARDENED CRIMINALS.WHAT ABOUT THE BIG CRIMINAL YOU UPHOLD DAILY IN FIJI? WHO MURDERED PEOPLE LEAVING THEIR FAMILIES STILL CRYING TODAY, THE PERSON WHO BROKE THE LAW BY TAKING OVER THE COUNTRY WHO COMMITED "TREASON" THE BOYS DID NOT KILL ANYONE, NOW THINK !!.

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  67. When the dust settles, guess who will be thrown to jail by the power vested on DEMOCRACY and pls look at what is happening in Turkey just 2 days ago. Some military people will spend up to 25 years in jail. The sad thing though..these people who actually planned and carried out the 2006 coup will be dragged to prison NOT soon but in the next 5 to 10 years. So enjoy the limelight NOW and please note you are dealing with Australia, NZ and the US.

    Please publicise the names of plotters in the inner circle so that it becomes public knowledge to all. Not the honest soldiers and police officers who are just obeying orders and do their normal work honestly and I feel sorry for them.

    Kalougata tiko na noda Viti lomani


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  68. PM is doing right thing tough love to get rid of these bullying pests working for a few organised crime ratus and policticians creating problems. beat the shit out of the crims and supporters to bring back some stability to fiji.

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  69. Right, beat the shit out of the crims and their supporters to bring back some stability to fiji -- beginning with Bainmarama, the biggest crim of all.

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  70. @7:43, how about some tough love to rid us of this bullying pest named Bainimarama?

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  71. They should have been shot on sight and save tax-payers the trouble of having to pay for their upkeep at Naboro....bloody low lifes..!!

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  72. @ 9.33a.m. Sep 27

    Perhaps shooting them on sight would have been very convenient (to shut them up for good) if they were indeed NOT the actual bank robbers and from revealing those in authority who allowed them to escape in the first place. Have you not considered that possibility? The inhumane beatings and treatment not even fit for animals that were meted to them should suffice in keeping their mouths shut about what really went down. The whole episode stinks from the top like a rotting fish head. Go figure.

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  73. One thing we should bear in mind is what these men(escapees)have done to most families and business. the victims to what these men did are terrorized for the rest of their lives. These men are used to goin behind bars, some have been in prison many times,still they reoffend. We are talking aboout serious offends like Rape, burglary,robbery with violence,theft,unlawful use of motor vehicle.etc. I think what effort police and miitary have done in order to recapture these men are to be commended. If ever were there any use of force done to these men, they deserved it. There injuries will heal whilst the victim's have theirs for the rest of their lives. If some are forever curious then they should try playing police and robbers at the so called place where the escapees were hiding..

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  74. Suggest that you start from the basic premise of ZERO TOLERANCE FOR VIOLENCE - whether the person at the receiving end is a victim of a crime such as a robbery, or is a suspect or escapee in your custody. There is no reason to perpetuate violence upon another, however 'noble' the intention may be, such as 'to ensure they don't run away easily next time by breaking their legs'. Does that ever solve the issue of eliminating any possibility of future escapees? Of course not. Not only you compound the problem, it also takes something away from you, not only from the person AT YOUR MERCY. Those who deny this deny themselves - a sad indictment of the state of their being. Now, translate this to a larger, national scale and what do we have?

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  75. Warning to you prisoners if you want to escape? Make sure to raid
    the Gun warehouse in DelaiNabua and
    grabbed some Gun, to use it against
    the military or police searchers? Don't let them caught you?you are da man and make sure you picked-off
    these thugs or one of the Military Regime's thugs?

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  76. Anyone know why these men went to prison?? Raping 4 - 6 years old children?? Terrorising people in their homes as they sleep at night - wake up, look at these men, they are hardened criminals! I don't think they went to prison for money laundering huh?? Good teach the rest of them a lesson - don't mess with this Govt!

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  77. Yes, we hate the escapees because of their ruthless attitudes when committed numerous crimes.,,BUT we do not get hold of them in such inhuman actions as what the officers did during the captured of these 3 prisoners. As a police officer for about 20 years in service, we wouldn't did anything like that in our times.,,This scene is against the international human rights protocol.,,ALL THESE THINGS HAPPENED BECAUSE IT STARTED FROM THE ORIGIN OF WHAT WAS HAPPENING IN FIJI SINCE 2006 UP TODAY. UNELECTED PRIME MNISTER AND UNELECTED AG ARE THE CORE CAUSE OF ALL PROBLEMS IN FIJI..,,

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