Offender gets long jail term for indecently assaulting young girl

Dec 10, 2012 Full story: Matangi Tonga 8

Leuma La'ulu a Samoan national living in Tonga, was sentenced to six and a half years at Hu'atolitoli Prison for indecently assaulting a nine-year-old girl at 'Utulau in July earlier this year.

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Lole

Australia

#19 Dec 12, 2012
This must be so common in Upolu??? hei'ilo???

ta ke 'eho moe kaaimumu'a....
jake steed

United States

#20 Dec 12, 2012
SHEILA, when i was locked up. even in prison convicts got to check their own race for those who committed such crimes. as for islanders there isnt many that come to prison for rape or molestation. but as for whites and blacks many of them come in for those crimes. so everybody gets their paperworked checked (court transcripts) and if theirs something funny about it they get removed from the yard and its usually by them getting stabbed or killed. this type of crime is the worst type of crime in our eyes. because we all have sisers mothers daughters that we wish this never happens too. justice served.
jake steed

United States

#23 Dec 12, 2012
SHEILA- its shit like that which angers me. because the act of rape is an act of total dominance over an individual that is helpless. the girl i was dating had issues and i could see all the scars left on her heart. if i were to ever find the one responsible i know i would be back in prison but this time for life.
jake steed

United States

#27 Dec 12, 2012
i finally seen*

“Fight For Democracy in Tonga!!”

Since: Sep 10

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#29 Dec 15, 2012
I don't know why the guy would have used violence, most poly-girls are very easy to get along with
http://youtu.be/GbRXF64YotE
jake steed

United States

#30 Dec 20, 2012
boruone77 wrote:
I don't know why the guy would have used violence, most poly-girls are very easy to get along with
http://youtu.be/GbRXF64YotE
it dont matter its about domination the feeling of overpowering an individual.
jake steed

United States

#31 Dec 20, 2012
Sheila wrote:
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No don't be sorry at all. I mean it helps to talk about these things to let your inner feelings out. I'm just glad to hear that you were able to look past her experience because as sad as it may seem, some men turn their backs on their women if it's revealed that she had been sexually assulted. I'm not exactly sure why, but one reason I can think of is that the man may feel that the woman deep down inside don't trust him, eventhough she may tell him that she does in the beginning of their relationship. A lot of women that get raped or molested never feel the same again. They even lose interset in a love life or they never decide to get married. It's sad.
its good to hear your thoughts about it sheila.thank you
Sheila

San Francisco, CA

#32 Dec 22, 2012
jake steed wrote:
<quoted text>its good to hear your thoughts about it sheila.thank you
You're welcome (:

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