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Police investigate porn video reports

Luke Rawalai
Friday, April 12, 2013

THE police are continuing investigations into an alleged locally-produced pornographic video being circulated in certain areas of Labasa.

Officer in charge of the Police Cybercrime Unit Inspector Seru Naiko said a team would be dispatched from their headquarters some time next month to continue their investigations here.

He said they had yet to obtain a copy of the video.

"We investigate such materials based on the information we receive," Insp Naiko said.

"In cases of such material being circulated in the public domain, the unit will not wait for reports from complainants but will act only on the information received.

"Therefore, the investigation is still pending. We have received information of the video being in circulation among villagers through the use of mobile Bluetooth transfers and other means."

Insp Naiko said they were investigating five cases of locally-produced porn films.





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