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Eight Days Delay: Captain Sees Response

After eight days of constant pressure given to police officers at the Boroko Police Station by Captain Fred Martens has finally seen a response.

The fight to win custody over his nine year old son and the step brother is finally getting somewhere.

 

All docuMen’s, needed to arrest the Captain’s former partner, Mittie Katu are ready, and a formal arrest will be made soon.

 

At lunch time today, the NCD Metropolitan Superintendent, Perou N’Dranou, issued a directive to the Acting Boroko Police Station Commander Tobias Hamago, to’Order the two police officers responsible to produce their stateMen’s by one O’clock this afternoon. 

 

It turned out then, that only one of the two First Constables produced his stateMen’s.

 

At forty nine minutes to two O’clock this afternoon, calls made by the Sargent, Nicolas Niap, to the other constable to follow up on his statement were unsuccessful.  

 

Police now have the necessary docuMen’s to arrest Mittie thanks to Captain Marten’s providing the second statement. 

 

She will be charged with Perjury or giving information to police knowing it to be false.

 

The boys are still living with welfare officers here in Port Moresby after they were taken off their father on June 24 without proper docuMen’s.

 

This is the second week, the boys have missed out on what is believed to be their first formal education.

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