Surveillance system for Nuku'alofa Police Station

Oct 4, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Matangi Tonga

He said the Tonga Police review of the Central Station watch-house determined the areas which could be improved.

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“Fight For Democracy in Tonga!!”

Since: Sep 10

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#1 Oct 5, 2013
All too late

. There's no point installing them, if the cameras are not maintained, every time there is an incident, they'll just say the cameras were working
in it. That doesn't fix the problem, the fake King and the criminal aristocracy will just defund the courts, and there would be no chance for a prosecution.
Of course they have got all the money in the world to prosecute the people they hate

Since: Dec 12

Honolulu, Hi

#2 Oct 5, 2013
Do you ever have anything positive to say....better late then never...maybe this prevents stupid $hit from happening again
Ezy

Australia

#3 Oct 5, 2013
raider4life wrote:
Do you ever have anything positive to say....better late then never...maybe this prevents stupid $hit from happening again
LOL...I'm with u on this one!!! Tonga is pretty bad so anything should help!!!

Since: Jun 13

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#4 Oct 5, 2013
how about a CCTV inside Boruone77's toilet bowl as he seems to be off loading a lot of rubbish these days? less of his dumping would make this island a better place!

“Fight For Democracy in Tonga!!”

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#5 Oct 6, 2013
anana68,
what a cracked up name you have, did you invent this yourself,
you must have the imagination of nat
why is it that you only follow me, you troll
are you a illegitimate member of the royal fake family?
Maybe one of the princesses screwed the chamber ladies on the way to toilet, and you were produced
, of course, there's many fake Royals running around, claiming illegitimate connection to the fake Royal family that runs our country, all I can say is that we have fakes on fakes!
Go back to your dry mothers tits, and ask her a question, mother, where did I come from?
She won't tell you
. Just like a chainsaw blade, will not disclose which metal bit actually did the cutting.
If she's got the legs open all the time
. You're lucky that your even here.
Good night and good luck

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#6 Oct 6, 2013
truth hurts that you are a toilet bowl shit head!

Since: Dec 12

Honolulu, Hi

#7 Oct 6, 2013
boruone77 wrote:
anana68,
what a cracked up name you have, did you invent this yourself,
you must have the imagination of nat
why is it that you only follow me, you troll
are you a illegitimate member of the royal fake family?
Maybe one of the princesses screwed the chamber ladies on the way to toilet, and you were produced
, of course, there's many fake Royals running around, claiming illegitimate connection to the fake Royal family that runs our country, all I can say is that we have fakes on fakes!
Go back to your dry mothers tits, and ask her a question, mother, where did I come from?
She won't tell you
. Just like a chainsaw blade, will not disclose which metal bit actually did the cutting.
If she's got the legs open all the time
. You're lucky that your even here.
Good night and good luck
hey dirtbag if you were actually Tongan you would know anana is a village in tonga so he didn't invent the name moron...hihihihi...the rest of your post is just more crap from a idiot palagi claiming to be a Tongan.....hihihihi

“Fight For Democracy in Tonga!!”

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#8 Oct 6, 2013
raider4life wrote:
Do you ever have anything positive to say....better late then never...maybe this prevents stupid $hit from happening again
do I have anything positive to say about Polynesians?
Even though you follow my posts, you will see that overwhelmingly I am very positive towards our own people, and their ability to rise up and cease a better life for themselves
. After all, there is no better people in the world than Polynesians
. We had an empire that stretched throughout the Polynesian triangle and up the west coast of America.
It was our people that colonised Easter Island, it was our people that built the statues of their
we have only been victims of colonialism. And once we shake off this colonial mentality, that you obviously have, then we will regain our proper place in the sun

Since: Dec 12

Honolulu, Hi

#9 Oct 6, 2013
boruone77 wrote:
<quoted text> do I have anything positive to say about Polynesians?
Even though you follow my posts, you will see that overwhelmingly I am very positive towards our own people, and their ability to rise up and cease a better life for themselves
. After all, there is no better people in the world than Polynesians
. We had an empire that stretched throughout the Polynesian triangle and up the west coast of America.
It was our people that colonised Easter Island, it was our people that built the statues of their
we have only been victims of colonialism. And once we shake off this colonial mentality, that you obviously have, then we will regain our proper place in the sun
ohh please stfu...please talk about your own people.....cmon man aussie pride....Rep your own country....dumb usi

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#10 Oct 6, 2013
tama koeni ikai ke poto lea fakatonga !
Salapu

New Zealand

#11 Oct 6, 2013
Raider, try to understand that the police's problem together with the government is not that we don't have the right constitution and lawful means to govern our country. And you can try to bring all the modern technology and equipment to help the people of Tonga.

How many time that Salapu told you that our problem is in with the people who cannot uphold the law of the land. When those that are in authority and loves to run the administration with the rusty form of government that was manufactured to take all the cream and left the kau'i manioke and kumala ponga ke ma'u 'e he kakai.

'Oku te'eki pe ke 'a ho 'ulu'i niumotu'u 'ou 'o sio ki he fa'ifa'iteliha 'a e me'a ko e faihala 'i he kau ma'u mafai.'Ofa maiaa 'o tuku aa 'a e te'epato mo e tali faka-koeeee lolotonga 'a e malohi 'o e nanamu 'o e pipi mo e ahi hahahahahaha
Salapu

New Zealand

#12 Oct 6, 2013
Surveillance system ko'ena 'e va'inga ai 'a e kumaa ia mo e fakalango. He taumaiaa 'e fiesio ki ai 'a e kau polisi ia, he ko kinautolu pe 'oku mu'omu'a hono maumau'i 'o e lao 'o e fonua.'Oku fu'u fakaoli fau 'a e 'oatu tokua ke fakangalingali 'i he potungaue ni???? pohoee pohoee te tama te maumau'i pa'anga tukuhau 'a e kakai 'ooooiiiiaaaauuuuvvveeee fakapo.

Since: Dec 12

Honolulu, Hi

#13 Oct 7, 2013
Salapu wrote:
Raider, try to understand that the police's problem together with the government is not that we don't have the right constitution and lawful means to govern our country. And you can try to bring all the modern technology and equipment to help the people of Tonga.
How many time that Salapu told you that our problem is in with the people who cannot uphold the law of the land. When those that are in authority and loves to run the administration with the rusty form of government that was manufactured to take all the cream and left the kau'i manioke and kumala ponga ke ma'u 'e he kakai.
'Oku te'eki pe ke 'a ho 'ulu'i niumotu'u 'ou 'o sio ki he fa'ifa'iteliha 'a e me'a ko e faihala 'i he kau ma'u mafai.'Ofa maiaa 'o tuku aa 'a e te'epato mo e tali faka-koeeee lolotonga 'a e malohi 'o e nanamu 'o e pipi mo e ahi hahahahahaha
hihihihi...koe topiki kotoa koe taaki ai pe fai hala e kau mau mafai...well smarty pants what better way to go after them then thru surveillance and catching them red handed in the act...its a good way to prevent an d also solve crimes like when fungavaka got killed in police custody...if there were cameras we might of known what happened in there...modern technology is a good thing
Salapu

New Zealand

#14 Oct 7, 2013
raider4life wrote:
<quoted text> hihihihi...koe topiki kotoa koe taaki ai pe fai hala e kau mau mafai...well smarty pants what better way to go after them then thru surveillance and catching them red handed in the act...its a good way to prevent an d also solve crimes like when fungavaka got killed in police custody...if there were cameras we might of known what happened in there...modern technology is a good thing
My friend, you still don't get the fact of what happened in the running of the government in Tonga.And that is, modern technology given to corrupted mind. will do more damage then good. If your mind cannot figure out of what have been given to Tonga by other nations, and leaders used it for their personal gain, then perhaps, again as I already advised, that there is something absolutely wrong with how your head function hahahahahahahahaha.

The wise person see the cliff and turn away and took another path, but the fool count it a blessing when they witnesses the dangerous ahead, but still continue to support and speak very highly of their corrupted behaviour.

Since: Dec 12

Honolulu, Hi

#15 Oct 7, 2013
Salapu wrote:
<quoted text>
My friend, you still don't get the fact of what happened in the running of the government in Tonga.And that is, modern technology given to corrupted mind. will do more damage then good. If your mind cannot figure out of what have been given to Tonga by other nations, and leaders used it for their personal gain, then perhaps, again as I already advised, that there is something absolutely wrong with how your head function hahahahahahahahaha.
The wise person see the cliff and turn away and took another path, but the fool count it a blessing when they witnesses the dangerous ahead, but still continue to support and speak very highly of their corrupted behaviour.
cameras are used for crime prevention and also to solve crimes which is the purpose here....I don't see the danger of having surveillance in a police station

“Fight For Democracy in Tonga!!”

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#16 Oct 8, 2013
There is a classic case with Walmart in America, where they have surveillance cameras sticking out of every corner in every knock and cranny.

A murder happened in their car park which was under surveillance from the cameras, but the company was to stingy to actually pay a security guard to monitor the cameras#
they wouldn't pay the security guard the seven dollars an hour that was required to monitor the cameras
the murder happened, and the police seized the tapes afterwards
, but the poor girl was dead
. If there was proper human surveillance. The girl would be alive today
, having cameras does not prevent crime
is having people with feet on the ground that prevents crime
. You cannot outsource crime prevention to mechanical systems

Since: Dec 12

Honolulu, Hi

#17 Oct 8, 2013
Criminals are afraid of cameras just as much as they fear police....cameras are a good thing
Toni

United States

#18 Oct 9, 2013
Kila Posi I have been all over Tonga I have never heard of a village call Anana? What the hell are you smoking now BOY. Maybe it's the name of your shows in downtown Honolulu!!! BOY !!!

Since: Dec 12

Honolulu, Hi

#19 Oct 9, 2013
Toni wrote:
Kila Posi I have been all over Tonga I have never heard of a village call Anana? What the hell are you smoking now BOY. Maybe it's the name of your shows in downtown Honolulu!!! BOY !!!
toni I'm tired of schooling you now here is voting district #4 tongatapu.....

Tongatapu 4 : Part of Ma’ufanga, Houmakelikao,‘Umusi,‘Anana, Fangaloto, Patangata, Popua, Tukutonga, Pangaimotu, Fafa, Velitoa Hihifo.

Hihihihihi....I accept your apology....lmao

Since: Dec 12

Honolulu, Hi

#20 Oct 9, 2013
Toni wrote:
Kila Posi I have been all over Tonga I have never heard of a village call Anana? What the hell are you smoking now BOY. Maybe it's the name of your shows in downtown Honolulu!!! BOY !!!
hihihihi I don't hear you talking $hit anymore....hahahaha...here it is again

Tongatapu 4 : Part of Ma’ufanga, Houmakelikao,‘Umusi,‘Anana, Fangaloto, Patangata, Popua, Tukutonga, Pangaimotu, Fafa, Velitoa Hihifo.

Now being Denver is a mile high above sea level the air their is thin so don't mind toni who is a airhead...think b4 you speak or just go back to school man...you're a embarrassment....hihihihihi

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