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Victim to take stand on Nov 18


Nov 03, 2021 02:51:33 PM

Victim to take stand on Nov 18 The victim in an indecent assault case involving a former chief executive officer at a public listed company will take a stand on November 18.

The offender has been found guilty of one count of indecent assault, the incident took place at the offender’s office in Suva at around 8 pm on May 15, 2019.

The court heard that the complain­ant and the offender met during an official visit and had been in contact where she had applied for a job at the offender’s office.

The com­plainant was asked by the offend­er to meet him at 8pm at his office in Suva because he had a series of meetings during the day.

Before and after the meeting, the offend­er had hugged the complainant, sniffed her, rubbed her back, and kissed her neck.

The case was called today before chief magistrate Usaia Ratuvili for the victim to take the stand and for the sentence hearing date to be fixed.

However, the defence counsel Hemendra Nagin has needed time to go over the victim’s impact statement before questioning her while on the stand.

Magistrate Ratuvili had said for a normal person, sniffing her while hugging, kissing her neck, and rubbing her back is indecent assault.

He said the matter was reported to Police after the victim saw a Facebook post of another complainant coming for­ward to what was done to her.

Magistrate Ratuvili said the accused was a senior to the com­plainant and was a chief executive officer of one of Fiji’s biggest companies while the complainant was a junior officer.

The name of the offender continues to be suppressed by court order.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka







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