The Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre has today filed a complaint against former senior military officer, Pita Driti for alleged cyber bullying and intimidation and a person named Caleb Furry for the threat of burning the FWCC building on social media.
While speaking to fijivillage News outside Totogo Police Station, FWCC Coordinator Shamima Ali says these burning threats and intimidation are serious issues.
She says they have submitted all evidence and documents required and are told by the police to wait for 7 to 21 days and call every day to find out about it.
Ali says in these days someone can burn down their building.
She says there was also a death threat against her about 2 months ago and they are still waiting for an update from the police.
The Coordinator says very good words are spoken about how the good Online Safety Commission is however, when people go to the police with any complaints, they are told to wait for 7 to 21 days which seems they are helpless.
She says if we don't get the attention we need then the concern is raised about disempowered people and women who are bullied online.
We are currently trying to get Police.
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