A waste of the Court’s time

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Dear Editor,

Re: Notorious criminal defies Court Order 

“Tualima had appeared before the Supreme Court to face charges in relation to his latest escape from jail last December, during which he allegedly attacked a prominent businesswoman and her children at Ululoloa.”

 “It’s not just me, there are six of us who are locked up in a jail block since 21 December last year until today,” he told the Court.”

 “From then until now, we haven’t had a shower; we are being locked up naked with no food and drink. It smells really bad inside the room.”

 “Your Honour, this is not the first time this has happened,” he protested in Court. “Even if the Court advises them, when we go back they will still continue with the mistreating of us prisoners.”

 “So I am seeking your help, have mercy on us.”

 “I am requesting you to please, if you can do something about the ill treatment of prisoners, especially those in the jail block.”

Now, do you remember all those victims of yours who begged for mercy and you showed no mercy but evil?

 I wish your complaint was true, if it was true, I would congratulate the prison management. 

But I bet there is no truth in your complaint, because if it was true, you would do everything in your power to avoid returning to prison.

Then again, as soon as you escape you attack someone knowing that will add more time to be in jail. 

So I bet there is no mistreatment in prison or else you would avoid committing crimes that will return you to a place where you don’t want to be in. 

I was hoping for an Iraqi justice for you.

 

Segale Manusina 

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