46. Suni, a fine example of belief in the rule of law

PNGAA Library: Paul Quinlivan’s Snapshots

46. Suni, a fine example of belief in the rule of law

From Sauweni’s account it was clear that Suni was not only completely innocent: he had been a true hero, carrying out Sauweni’s orders to go against his own people and spy out the land! The fact that honest policemen thought he was a traitor shows how easy it is for injustice to be done if we do not set out to see all sides. Once we heard Sauweni we were able to discover that Suni had trained his family to respect the Rule of Law. This then led to other discoveries which are so extraordinary they deserve to be given as Snapshots in their own right so we will leave them until the next sequence

 

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