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September 08, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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The High Court in Lautoka has overturned the fine of $100 issued to a man who stole explosives to a one year jail term.

Mosese Tuisorisori was pleaded guilty to stealing twenty detonators and 20 power gels from Vatukoula Gold Mines.

Presiding judge, Justice Paul Madigan said that the offence was committed while the accused was on a suspended sentence.

The appeal on the sentence was made by prosecution.

By Indrani Krishna


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