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May 20, 2014


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Rashmii Amoah

I couldn't agree more! Even I, a Papua New Guineane female, would not have stopped at the accident scene. As morally and ethical wrong as it is to not stop, we ourselves have created the socially acceptable norm ' revenge now, justice later'. The pursuit of justice itself is another head-splitting (no pun intended) issue altogether. As is the ironic and rapid shift from blaming the wrong-doer to blaming the victim. Your are absolutely right. Papua New Guineans deserve justice, but it will can only come when we are working with each other instead of against each other.

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