Supreme Court hands down fully suspended sentence in what judge calls “unusual case”

    Tautea ngāue pōpula toloi ta’u ua ‘e he Fakamaau’anga Lahi' ha ongo mātu’a kaiha’a. Na’e kaiha’asi ‘e ‘Ana Moala Tu’itavuki mo Malakai Tu’itavuki ha koloa fe’unga mo $62,000 mei he kui ‘a ‘Ana ko e fine’eiki ta’u 69 ko Tangiloto Po’oi. Ne ‘osi iku ‘o fakamolemole’i ‘e Po’oi ‘a e ongo kaiha’a’ ni.

    The Supreme Court has handed down a fully suspended two year sentence to a married couple who stole TP$62,000 worth of artefacts from a relative. Ana Moala Tu’itavuki and Malakai Tu’itavuki  pleaded guilty  before Lord Chief Justice Whitten  on a charge that they stole the artefacts from Tangiloto Po’oi,69, of Tongatapu, who is ‘Ana’s grandmother….


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