Mother seeks justice after son allegedly beaten to death
June 11, 2019 4:57 pm
A 48-year-old mother is seeking justice after her son was allegedly beaten to death by a group of men in Korovuto Nadi on the 1st of this month.
Speaking to FBC News today Asena Diliva claims that this is after police had released the initial report that her son Isikeli Rabuka died after running into an electric pole.
Diliva also claims that the post mortem report of her son revealed that he died due to multiple head injuries.
The mother says that she is more hurt by the fact that the police did not handle the case properly.
Diliva claims that eyewitnesses in Korovuto saw her son being assaulted by some men during a drinking party which resulted in the tragic incident.
She is calling on the relevant authorities to find the men who were allegedly involved in the gruesome attack.
FBC News also visited the scene and spoke to a shopkeeper at John’s Daily Shop who said that he had seen the victim drinking with others at a bus shelter opposite the shop at around 8 pm.
The shopkeeper claims that they had called the police more than 27 times as the group had been drinking at the bus shelter, however, police didn’t show up.
Meanwhile, Police confirm the case is still open for investigation.
According to Police the initial report was that the victim had died after running into an EFL pole.
However, Director CID has tasked the Divisional Officers to look into other elements of the case.