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22 May 2017

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I wonder what Bryan Kramer would make of these claims Phil?

If this information is factual, it doesn't say much about PNG's current legal system that there has been no conviction so far. How long will it be before the law catches up with them?

Surely, this type of background would normally debar anyone from holding public office?

There is a good summary of Peter O'Neill's nefarious deals in the following online story. A bit dated but still relevant. It makes Bryan's posts pale by comparison:

http://kaulga.blogspot.com/2017/05/who-really-is-prime-minister-of-papua.html?spref=fb&m=1

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