MASS break outs continue from PNG gaols and one might wonder why.
There was a clue in an article in the PNG Post-Courier, which claimed there are 20 officers in Lae gaol guarding 700 prisoners.
In such circumstances, Assistant Police Commissioner Labi was quite correct to point out it could hardly be the fault of the Corrective Services officers that this breakout occurred.
Corrective Services Chief Superintendent Jaro acted with bravery and initiative to try to prevent further escape attempts, but unfortunately he was taken hostage and his efforts proved more use to the inmates than the public.
In the same newspaper, it was reported that the police who are investigating the attempted murder of PNG Chief Ombudsman, Chonox Manek, don't have the funds to properly protect important public figures.
In the meantime, millions of kina have been blown away
sending the Prime Minister and a 40 plus delegation to the climate change
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The United Nations wants to ensure the money actually goes to the proper landowners but this cartel of three has indignantly drawn the line at accepting the millions on offer to preserve their country's rainforests because they aren't happy about the provisos.
The three leaders are also incensed about another proviso that the UN send inspectors to verify that trees funded under a carbon credit scheme are not cut down.
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