International Media Alleges Cover-Up By Fiji Officials Over Death Of Tourist


SUVA – International media say the death of a New Zealand woman in Fiji was covered-up by government officials, including the police to protect the country’s tourism industry.

It has been highlighted by international media reports that the Fiji police Force had concealed information and the Fiji media censored for the sake of the tourism industry.

Thirty three year old Cheslia Mary and her sixty one year old partner were on a cruise in the Yasawa group when she reportedly went missing.

Mary’s body was found washed up on the beach on June 16th by two women from the Matacawalevu village.

Post mortem results confirmed drowning as the cause of death as she was intoxicated on the night she disappeared.