Suspended sentence for fire arms offence after lawyers for both side argue for leniency

    Kuo toloi kakato ‘i ha ta’u ‘e ua e tautea ‘o Sitiveni Loupua Mahe hili ‘ene to’o me’afana ‘o fana ‘i ha feitu’u fakapule’anga, ma’u ‘ikai ha’ane laiseni ha me’atau pea’ ne toe fakamanamana. Ko e me’a ‘eni ne hoko ‘i tu’a ‘i ha holo ‘o e siasi Tonga ‘i Popua’. Ne pehē ‘e Mahe na’a’ ne fana pe tu’unga he’ene konā pea fiefia.

    The Supreme Court has sentenced a man to a suspended sentence after he pleaded guilty to fire arms charges. Sitiveni Loupua Mahe was sentenced to a year in prison on a charge of carrying arms in public place, one year for discharging a firearm with intention to intimidate and one year for  possession of firearm…


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