I didn’t say sorry to the Judiciary: Tuilaepa

The Editor Observer

Correction of Samoa Observer article

Your Observer’s recent report that I apologised to the Judiciary in one of my recent interview programs with TV1 was misleading. What should I apologise for? An apology – is for a wrong done.


I spoke in Samoan and too often your reporters twisted the language and quoted me out of context to sell your paper – that’s cheating.


You have done that so many times and consequently suffered financially from lawsuits for defamation.
If your journalists do not understand the context in which a word is used – ask.

Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi

Leader of HRPP

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