Who is protecting Samoa right now?

Dear Editor,

I keep looking at the two stories; Police boss charged; Director of Public Prosecution charged on the front page, and I am starting to get worried, my head spinning in an axis of evil ... as George Bush once put it.

Then I realised I am okay but it is definitely happening.

Still, I am worried but this time about the two independent law enforcement agencies appearing to be tangled up in a tit-for-tat cavorting with the devil; you charge me I charge you.

More worrying; who is dealing with the crims now?

No wonder the criminals are having fun at stealing from my family’s shop and stoning our property at Palisi. I had to call all the way from Brisbane to Assistant Commissioner Afamasaga Michael So'onalole who is not able to give me a straight answer about prosecuting the culprits.

He blames the delays with the National Prosecution Office and I will not rest until the kid who stole from our property is prosecuted.

I will not rest unless the idiot who stoned our property is prosecuted after my family told him the shop is closed it's near midnight about two weeks ago.

While the Ministry of Police and National Prosecution are clashing head on before our very eyes, the country safety is at the mercy of the criminals to ruling Samoa right now.


Tofaeono Misatauveve Joseph Hollywood

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