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Rooting out evil in Papua New Guinea

February 25, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

Gary Juffa

Recently this week a terrible visitor to Papua New Guinea was deported. This evil creature preyed on our children. Drugging and raping many innocent women, mainly under age girls.

Years of hard work put in by Customs Intelligence and Police Asian Organized Crime Unit continued to be plagued by lack of concern from our leaders and those in power. Volumes of data, witness statements, photo evidence, video tapes and the like were ignored by the courts who granted bail on numerous occasion from crimes that would have seen this creature behind bars for life in any other nation.

He was allowed to continue running his business, threatening witnesses and bribing officials in all levels of government. Even to the extent of obtaining stays on deportation and conviction.

A judicial system that instead of protecting the citizens of this nation, especially the most vulnerable, the women and children, was never taken into consideration. A prosecutor with Police who worked tirelessly was sacked for his efforts. A police man who worked hard on this case, refusing bribes and all manner of intimidation was sidelined and his 20 year career almost destroyed.

This creature walked free and did as he pleased. His charges of illegal possession of firearms, pornography of the most hideous kind, child porn and such was never taken seriously even by Ministers who were in charge of the Community Affairs Ministry.

Finally, after relentless hard work by dedicated Police, Customs and Migration officers paid off and he has now been escorted out of Papua New Guinea to Sri Lanka and handed over to authorities there.

His business is still running, carting cargo for expatriate clients and funding his perversions. His fraudulent acts that cost PNG substantial amounts of lost revenue are now being recouped by the Customs Border Security and Customs Intelligence. It took almost 5 years to rid this nation of this parasite of the worst order…

The officers are en route back to Papua New Guinea after delivering their disgusting cargo. Perhaps a nation with laws far more stringent and a judicial system more concerned about their people and the most vulnerable citizens, our children will ensure he pays for his evil ways….

Welcome Back Sergeant Kuno, Director Sine and Migration Officer Bria…true sons of Papua New Guinea..you have done this nation proud…many more such evil creatures lurk in our midst, preying on our innocent children and women, know where your child is at all times…

Godbless Papua New Guinea..

  1. Plesman
    February 25, 2012 at 11:29 am

    So what’s his name and his business name?

    • Wonderkid
      February 25, 2012 at 4:25 pm

      Exactly. Gary Juffa, you’re part of the problem. If there’s all this evidence against that fellow why are YOU such a COWARD that you couldn’t give out his name? Don’t you understand, this is a PNG sickness. Everywhere else in the world, that fellow’s name would have been out in the newspapers the moment an investigation started. But you, Gary Juffa, are part of the coverup, making sure this man’s name doesn’t get on the internet and “spoil his reputation.” Really, Gary, how low can you sink?

  2. Karsie
    February 25, 2012 at 4:11 pm

    Congratulations guys for doing a marvelous job under trying circumstances. That devilish creature should have served time here in PNG first before being deported. He business should be sold and proceeds used to fight similar crimes and his finances withheld and used for the same. Finally he should never ever be allowed back into PNG.

  3. A.Ware
    February 25, 2012 at 9:22 pm

    Name and shame so we can all avoid contributing to his business

  4. sorboh
    February 25, 2012 at 10:27 pm

    It all goes to show that evil in all forms prevail and thrive in our communities and societies. The very agencies and people who are meant to protect its people against the evils… are bribed and corrupted easily. But it is comforting to know that there are people behind the scene, people who go unrecognised everyday… who are fighting the good cause to ensure that equality, fairness and justice prevails at whatever the cost.
    To the officers and to the many more like them, we salute you all.

  5. Joe
    February 27, 2012 at 12:20 am

    So this should be the start. Lets get all the other asian criminals who are posing as legitimate business people bribing their way through the day of png. These people are the scum of png and do nothing to progress this country. Everything they do is to undermine the proper process to fatten their wallets. Lynch them and hang them from the highest trees.

    February 28, 2012 at 4:04 pm

    Notice that Gary Juffa has run away? He’s not going to name and shame, which means that he’s either scared or he’s a coward. Maybe for justifiable reasons, but come on Gary, at least be transparent about the reasoning for your strange behaviour regarding the name of this established criminal.

  7. Passing By
    June 5, 2012 at 3:03 am

    Plesman/Name & Shame, Seriously you must have had a personal issue with Mr Juffa, We all know who that despicable creature was. Its all in the news! Grow up!

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