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Rahman sentence lenient: Pryde

 

Nov 03, 2021 03:03:26 PM

Rahman sentence lenient: Pryde Director of Public Prosecution Christopher Pryde says the 20-year sentence handed to Canadian national Joshua Rahman does not adequately reflect the degree of criminality.

Rahman was found in possession of 39.5 kilograms of cocaine between January 23 and February 14, 2019, at a rented house in Caubati, Nasinu.

The 26-year-old is also wanted in New Zealand on four charges relating to the importation of methamphetamine.

He has only been to New Zealand once which was in 2018.

His father is currently serving a 20-year prison sentence in Auckland after he was caught smuggling methamphetamine from Mexico into New Zealand.

Pryde said the state is appealing the sentence on the grounds that the court had failed to give sufficient jailed terms even though there’s a guideline judgment.

Pryde made the comments via a statement on social media saying that as a result, this has led the court to impose a sentence that was manifestly lenient.

He said the sentence does not adequately reflect the degree of criminality, especially when compared to other recent drugs cases.

Pryde said the notice of appeal against the sentence was filed in the Court of Appeal today

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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