A MAN charged with disorderly conduct in a public place was yesterday granted bail by the Suva Magistrates Court. Stefan Ali was presented before Chief Magistrate Usaia Ratuvili and the charge read to him. Mr Ali indicated to the court he understood the charge. He is alleged to have made comments regarding the Prime Minister.His defence counsel told the court they would like to defer the plea and asked he be granted bail. Police prosecution told the court they would not object to bail as it was a minor offence but wanted Mr Ali to surrender his travel documents. The defence counsel said since it was a minor offence, he saw no reason in Mr Ali surrendering his passports. The court was told Mr Ali frequently travelled abroad. Mr Ali was allowed bail after he provided a surety.
His case will be called again on March 7. Source: Fiji Times, 22/1/2014
DESPOTIC FIJI: One rule for Dictator and another for Fiji Businessman: Stefan Ali arrested, locked up, & hand-cuffed for 'minor crime', for saying: "PM should know how to park his car"
22/1/2014 04:25:41 am
22/1/2014 05:52:51 am
Is this a joke? Has justice in Fiji been reduced to this gutter level by VB and his illegal dictatorship regime? VB has thrown out the legal 1997 constitution and brought in a decreed constitution 2013, to sustain his grip on power?. This is an example of BAD Leadership.
Cassava Patch Gardener
22/1/2014 10:24:08 am
The fate awaits Bainimarama:
23/1/2014 12:30:55 am
Did the partisan leaders whose decision led to execution of Mussolini get charged for murdering Mussoline and his 15 leading Fascists?
22/1/2014 12:52:02 pm
Frank should be charged for treason with his cronies.
22/1/2014 02:45:09 pm
Congratulations Ratuvili your (illegal) opinion is irrelevant. At the behest of your illegal and treasonous masters you have just successfully sent another signal of confirmation to voters that the elections will be rigged.
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