The National, Monday July 22nd, 2013
THE editorial “Why Kapris may not be found” (The National, July 15) may be partly correct in that he could be sheltered in homes that may escape police scrutiny.
This may be similar to Osama Bin Laden who was on the run for years after the 9/11 incident.
He fled to Pakistan where he lived as an ordinary man.
This may not be different from our very own William Kapris, who I believe is now living an ordinary life somewhere in Port Moresby.
He has learnt from his mistakes on how he was captured the last time and now it will be very hard to track him down.
He will be spending every toea of his loot to keep himself safe.
Unless our police intelligence is smarter than Kapris, he may continue to evade capture regardless of the huge offer put on his head by the authorities.
Wanbel Niape, Via email