A forensic pathologist from New Zealand who conducted a post-mortem examination on Kali Fungavaka's body, believed that the cause of death was a huge blunt force trauma to the head. He today revealed the extent of the multiple injuries found on the victim's body ranging from a fractured skull, haemorrhage and bruising to his brain, a fractured neck bone with bruises to other parts of his body.
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Results for Kali Fungavaka manslaughter
Tuesday 26 February 2013
Monday 25 February 2013
The Crown alleges that New Zealand police officer Kali Fungavaka was beaten-up from the time he was arrested outside a Nuku'alofa bar and while he was led on foot to the Central Police Station, where the prosecution described the horrific beatings allegedly continued by the six men accused of manslaughter.
Monday 18 February 2013
Five months after the death of Kali Fungavaka, who was injured while in police custody, the Preliminary Inquiry of five Tongan police officers and one civilian who are charged with manslaughter will be held on February 25-27, at the Nuku'alofa Magistrate's Court.