Tuesday, February 24, 2009

"A minute of Silence" to remember 'Sakiusa Rabaka' who died because of Voreqe B & his Regime's Brutality!!


We are deeply saddened to witness how the late Sakiusa Rabaka's Mother, an Indigenous Fijian lady, standing in her once beloved homeland, to tell her late son's story of how he suffered & died.

What has become of the Fiji we so truly loved. Has it been taken over by vultures???

We stand with Sakiusa's Mother in her darkest hour & walk with her through the sorrows she has experienced & is going through now for having to relive those tragic moments.
Message to Sakiusa 's mother in the Native Fijian or First language of Fiji:
" Na neimami masu ni na vukei kemuni na Turaga o Jisu Karisito ka solia vei kemuni na vaka cegu ena gauna dredre ko ni sotava tiko oqo."
'Psalm 23'
Our Prayers are with you that you will find somewhere in your heart a sense of peace that your son died for his Country Fiji at the hands of Fiji Soldiers!!!
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Fiji Times Online....
Mum tells of Sakiusa Rabaka's painful last days in murder trial
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
Update: 6:03PM THE first State witness in the murder trial of a policeman and eight soldiers took the stand at the Lautoka High Court today.
Alanieta Rabaka described in detail the pain her son, Sakiusa, endured during his final days



1 comment:

  1. As noted in The Most Intelligents....'s Blog

    Fiji Times Online.....
    Mum tells of Sakiusa Rabaka's painful last days in murder trial

    Tuesday, February 24, 2009

    Update: 6:03PM THE first State witness in the murder trial of a policeman and eight soldiers took the stand at the Lautoka High Court today.

    Alanieta Rabaka described in detail the pain her son, Sakiusa, endured during his final days.

    Sakiusa is alleged to have been tortured inhumanely on January 28, 2007, by the accuseds.

    Mrs Rabaka was very emotional in court as she recounted the suffering Sakiusa endured after his return from Black Rock, the military training camp in Votualevu.

    She told High Court judge Daniel Goundar there were visible straight marks and boot marks on Rabaka's stomach and his back.

    His head was swollen, he was vomiting and he complained of severe head aches, she said.

    He was admitted in Nadi, Lautoka and then the Colonial War Memorial hospitals where he received treatment.

    On February 20, Sakiusa was discharged from CWMH and after spending two days with relatives, he begged her to take him to their home in Nadi.

    She said on the morning he died (February 24), he thanked her for heeding his pleas to return him home.

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