OUR justice system is compromised by some selfish officers who cannot stand and do their job as true Papua New Guinean patriots with honesty and transparency.
Why are we seeing so many court cases struck out by the court due to incomplete case files?
I intend not to offend or blame anyone but we ought to be honest with what we are assigned to do and dedicate ourselves to pursue justice as true PNG professionals.
Police investigators assigned to collect evidence and present court files should be dedicated to what they are doing.
Justice depends on you even if it means giving your time and endless effort to look for evidence or summon people who have been reluctant to provide evidence.
It is unacceptable reading the front page headline of Wednesday’s The National about police not completing court files of the case involving the murder of Jenelyn Kennedy.
The prosecutors requested for more time after the court has already made its intention known to strike out the case if police failed their investigation.
Our justice system is insecure.
Officers failing their duties are not being prosecuted and questioned about the delays in investigations after the court strikes out cases.