Stolen copper lines, 8 charged

There are 5 comments on the Fiji Times story from Nov 29, 2011, titled Stolen copper lines, 8 charged. In it, Fiji Times reports that:

EIGHT men appeared before the Magistrates Court in Lautoka yesterday charged with the theft of Telecom Fiji cables in Ba valued at more than $100,000. Maika Kaufusi, 31, Oscar Kami, 29, Paula Cagiloco, 21, Uraia Tuisuva, 26, Timoci Duadevo, 26, Simione Smith, 30, Paula Bete, 26 and Netava Ratubuli, 21, were involved in several alleged cable thefts ... (more)

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stupid

Suva, Fiji

#1 Nov 29, 2011
What about the buyers
they are the real criminals
theft and thieves survive because of the demand for these goods
gone sisi

Suva, Fiji

#2 Dec 1, 2011
stupid wrote:
What about the buyers
they are the real criminals
theft and thieves survive because of the demand for these goods
sory fellow. it turn out that scrap metal buyer bring in more money to this economy. or perhaps we should do metal trading to overseas

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#3 Jan 2, 2012
WERE THIS 8 MEN THE LOYAL EMPLOYEES OF TELECOM FIJI OR ARE THEY LOYAL TO ONE OF THE TRUSTED MANAGERS INSIDE THE TELECOM FIJI?....HOPE THIS WAS NOT THE FIRST TIME.
Goodbye Atlantis

West Orange, NJ

#4 Jan 2, 2012
or are they trying to screw up communications for Fiji
Groggy

Suva, Fiji

#5 Jan 2, 2012
Goodbye Atlantis wrote:
or are they trying to screw up communications for Fiji
i know these people they all went to FIT Samabula, The Livaliva Shock Crew - they even steal wire cable from the skool, bomb threat ca skool for Beers,,,,,cheeers

Shock Qai Kama Konnection.

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