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16 hours that changed Paradise: A view from the top Adrenalin, emotions and relief

Monday 7 November 2016 | Written by Richard Moore | Published in Local

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16 hours that changed Paradise: A view from the top Adrenalin, emotions and relief
“The emotion is starting to come back in. I'm feeling for my people now.” - Police Commissioner Maara Tetava. 16110448

THE FIRST thing Police Commissioner Maara Tetava wanted to do when he got home from the house siege in which double killer Chris Rimamotu died was to hug his grandchildren and his wife Kai.

THE FIRST thing Police Commissioner Maara Tetava wanted to do when he got home from the house siege in which double killer Chris Rimamotu died was to hug his grandchildren and his wife Kai.


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