TWO CHARGED IN AMERICAN SAMOA SCHOOLS PROBE

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WELLINGTON, New Zealand (RNZI, Feb. 1) - The American Samoa government has filed charges in connection with an investigation into the theft of food and supplies from the country’s school lunch program.

The former manager of the program, Toetu Solaita and two former program employees, Faavale Sala and Tamati Atuatasi, have made initial appearances in the District Court in connection with the case.

Solaita faces one count of embezzlement while Sala and Atuatasi have each been charged with two counts of stealing.

February 2, 2004

Radio New Zealand International: www.rnzi.com

 

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