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Kiribati Voice

Monday, 10 February, 2014

Police - Wilful Damage and Graffiti

Charles Enoka invites Constable Felix Alefaio and Constable Michael Fa'one Clague to explain what is considered wilful damage under law and the power of police to act in the case of wilful damage, including graffiti, of private or public property.

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