Justice minister acquitted of using threatening language to police officers charges

    Tuku ange 'e he fakamaau'anga polisi' 'a e tokoni palēmia' Sione Vuna Fā'otusia hili hono faka'ilo ki he fakamanamana mo e lea ta'etaau ki ha 'ōfisa polisi. Pehē 'e he fakamaau'anga polisi' ne mahino pe makatu'unga 'o e faka'ilo ka ne tui ia ki he ngaahi faka'uhinga mei he tafa'aki 'a e minisitaa'. Oku tangi 'a e kalauni ki he Fakamaau'anga Lahi' 'i he keisi ko eni'.

    Tonga’s deputy prime minister Sione Vuna Fā’otusia has been acquitted of charges of  wrongful interference with the course of justice and using threatening language to police officers in a dispute over a stolen cow. The Minister successfully argued there was no case for him to answer, local media have reported. Crown prosecutors have appealed the…


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