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How the corrupt Fiji court operates

November 28, 2013

How the corrupt Fiji court operates

Shazzer & Grubby expose the corrupt workings of the Fiji courts in the case of Brigadier General Pita Driti.

Based on the FACTS the assessors found the Brigadier General NOT-GUILTY.  Based onNO RULE OF LAW IN FIJI the judge overruled the assessors and declared the Brigadier General Guilty.   Click on image for a large view.


Mickey mouse rule of law in Fiji 


It’s a know fact at the camp that Khaiyum runs Fiji and everything has to be approved by him. Including all decisions by the Prime Minister’s Office and Permanent Secretary.

So now we have Khaiyum’s puppet judge from Hong Kong, Madigan, who has overruled the NOT GUILTY verdict by the three Assessors.  Brigadier General Pita Driti has now  been
remanded in custody until December 10, for sentencing.

Sources said that Bainimarama wanted the case against Brigadier Driti dismissed but Khaiyum refused.  And, as we know, that in Fiji its the illegal attorney general Khaiyum who runs the country while his puppet dictator, Frank Bainimarama, is his sargent at arms who keeps everyone in-line via the use of his military thugs Naliva and Roukura.

Madigan overruled the three assessors saying he believed the evidence provided by Manasa Tagicakiba, a weak officer willing to sell out another officer for a promotion. Tagicakibau and Jone Kalouniwai have shown their breed and true colours as soldiers – that of a yellow belly opportunists.

C4.5 reported that insiders said that Driti was supposed to get off but there was a call to Madigan shortly before his decision.

The hypocrisy of State Lawyer Audrey Campell-Moffat’s closing remarks in the trail of Brigadier General Pita Driti 


Khaiyum’s puppet, state Lawyer Audrey Campell-Moffat, accuses Brigadier General Pita Driti of crimes that Fiji’s dictator Frank Bainimarama is guilty of plus much more!  Seems like these Hong Kong lawyers will do and say anything for a dollar!
Source – Truth for Fiji; Posted by Rusi Varani for SWM


3 Comments leave one →
  1. November 29, 2013 9:02 AM

    Your blog is full of shit….. Fiji Justice System runs in a procedure where the Assessors are there only to assist in reaching a verdict. They do not finally determine a verdict. That is the duty of the Judge.

    In the USA they use a system where it is a Trial by Jury and they the Jury make the decision….. We do not do that in Fiji and its the same case in Australia, New Zealand and etc. Please stop mis-leading the people..

    There are hundreds of cases in Fiji where the Judge has over ruled the decision of the assessors, and they have to explain how they came to such a decision. In Driti’s case, the Judge did that so what is the big deal ?

  2. Rusi Varani permalink
    November 29, 2013 6:54 PM

    Of course, the judge can over-rule the verdict of the assessors. However, that was not the main issue here. It was the manner with which he finds that the decision needs to be overturned. It must be remembered that a defendant is presumed innocent throughout the trial. As a result, one must find a defendant not guilty, unless, on the evidence presented at the trial, one can conclude that the prosecution have proven the defendant guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.
    The law uses the term, “proof beyond a reasonable doubt, “to show how convincing the evidence of guilt must be to permit a verdict of guilty. The law recognizes that, in dealing with human affairs, there are very few things in this world that we know with absolute certainty. Therefore, the law does not require the prosecution to prove a defendant guilty beyond all possible doubt. On the other hand, it is not sufficient to prove that the defendant is probably guilty. In a criminal case, the proof of guilt must be stronger than that. It must be beyond a reasonable doubt.
    The defendant is not required to prove that he/she is not guilty. In fact, the defendant is not required to prove or disprove anything. To the contrary, the prosecution have the burden of proving the defendant guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. That means, before the judge can find the defendant guilty of a crime, the prosecution must prove beyond a reasonable doubt every element of the crime including that the defendant is the person who committed that crime. The burden of proof never shifts from the prosecution to the defendant. If the prosecution fail to satisfy their burden of proof, the judge must find the defendant not guilty.
    Were the evidences presented at the trial so convincing? No, which was probably why the adjudicators of facts saw it otherwise.

  3. Timoci Gaunavinaka permalink
    January 10, 2014 1:20 PM

    The Judge has given his reasons for reaching those decisions clearly and it was in the News paper for everyone to read.

    To take it from the angle you are arguing point is nonsense. For such “without a reasonable doubt” interpretation would suggest for the Judge himself to be a prime witness because if anyone else is a witness then there will always be loopholes for inserting a “reasonable doubt”. Qori sa vinaka cake la me sa kua na veilewai.

    There was a witness and some of the testimony of this witness was agreed upon by the accused. He even stated reasons that suggests that he did not agree Bainimarama running of Government. if he did not agree to be involved in the attempted over-throw of Frank, why then he kept quiet about it ? A good reason for not revealing such plots if he was scared for his life from the attempted coup makers…… but he never mentioned anything along that line.

    In your blog, you are listing so many things against Bainimarama and just justifying it with how he took over Government without the mandate of the people.

    You must remember my friend that Rabuka and Qarase both first came to run Government without the mandate of the people. Both brought racism and corruption that fucked up our National Bank, EIMCOL business ventures failures, Reef Endeavor +$20 million loss, Sugar Trade dependency on EU, Consistent losses for Air Pacific year-in, year-out, widening the racial divide between the iTaukei and the Indo-Fijians and etc.

    Bainimarama have changed all these and you can see in Fiji today (if you are in Fiji) Buildings and complexes springing up here and there showing the confidence of investors..In the near future, Fiji will refine its own sugar and sell them more widely and at a much higher price than the EU.

    I as a person and a iTaukei would like my children and their children to grow up in a united Fiji where all races worked together and build our beloved country in harmony. I have nephews and nieces who have married into the Indian, Chinese, Europeans and other Pacific Island races and have seen so many iTaukei families do the same. We will not want to see these close relatives of ours to be victimised in Fiji just because the race of one of their parents like Qarase was trying to do…..

    I put all my seven children through University and my eldest daughter got her Masters in Environmental Science from Hokaido University in Japan at the age of 26. Another son just completed his Post Grad Diploma at USP while another is doing his final year in Marine Affairs. My youngest son just scored 2 A and 8 A+ out of 10 units in USP Foundation last year and is now joining Fiji School of Medicine. This my brother proves that “o kedatou na itaukei” do not need any special privileges in life to make it.

    The only problem now is that some itaukei like those in your blog like kakase too much like what you are doing in your blog. How about do something good for a change or make some constructive criticisms that will help build Fiji and take us forward.

    May be you should change the name of your blog to “USELESS KAKASE.COM”

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