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Police slow to act on extortion claim

Friday 8 December 2017 | Published in Local

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Police slow to act on extortion claim
Internal Affairs minister Albert Nicholas pictured in parliament with prime minister Henry Puna and Penrhyn MP Willie John. Nicholas has denied claims he was looking for a higher position within Cabinet. 17120749

Charges are yet to be laid against publisher George Pitt, following a complaint made to police last Friday by Office of the Opposition chief executive Wilkie Rasmussen, alleging Pitt had committed extortion.

Charges are yet to be laid against publisher George Pitt, following a complaint made to police last Friday by Office of the Opposition chief executive Wilkie Rasmussen, alleging Pitt had committed extortion.


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