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Old 07-30-2020, 09:58 PM
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The brother of one of the three Queensland jiggaboo sows who recently tested positive to coronavirus sparking a huge spike in testing in the state has said the attention on the trio is motivated by race.

Jiggaboos Diana Lasu, 21, and Olivia Muranga, 19, each face one count of providing false or misleading information, as well as the more serious charge of fraud, which carries a maximum penalty of five years’ imprisonment. They’ve also both been hit with $4000 fines after a trip to Melbourne.

Another 21-year-old, who police allege travelled with the other two, faces the same charges.

Police allege the trio all travelled to Victoria and deliberately provided misleading documents at the Queensland border.

Ms Muranga’s brother Eddie told A Current Affair on Thursday his sister struggled for days with coronavirus after arriving home from Victoria on July 21.

“You need to think about this … think about my sister … she couldn’t even breathe, some days she couldn’t even breathe out of her airways,” the nigger said.

Eddie said his sister and the other two sows hadn’t spread coronavirus deliberately.

“It’s not something that we sat down and thought about yeah, it’s a f**king mistake,” he said.

“I reckon if someone else did this yeah, that wasn’t of colour, you’d be f**king protecting them. You wouldn’t be doing all of this s**t.

“Just because we’re f**king black, you all want to run all the way to the media, talking all of this s**t bro.”

It comes as footage of Ms Muranga ordering a cocktail at a Brisbane bar in the hours after she had a test for coronavirus was also aired by the show.

Arif Mendes, who owns the restaurant told ACA: “People say we’re in this together … well clearly not for some people, that’s disappointing.”

“Two cocktails hardly seems worth all this pain.”

The mammy of Ms Lasu has also spoken out, claiming her daughter did not go to Melbourne, and blaming Ms Muranga, who she said had been to Melbourne, for infecting her friend.

“She didn’t go to Melbourne, she went to Sydney,” she told Channel 9.

The defiant mother, who is in now hotel quarantine after potentially being exposed to the virus by her daughter, said she had “no apologies for anyone”.

The claims come as Queensland Police say they have confirmed the women’s movements from Melbourne to Sydney, after one of them yesterday failed to co-operate with authorities.

All three jiggaboo sows are currently in quarantine under police guard and will appear in Brisbane Magistrates Court on September 28.

It was announced on Wednesday that the two sows had tested positive for coronavirus but had been going about their business in the community for eight days instead of quarantining.

They had flown back into Brisbane on July 21 after holidaying in Melbourne, a declared hotspot, but allegedly lied on their border declaration forms.

A 22-year-old negress, who is a sister of one of the pair, has also tested positive in Queensland’s first case of community transmission since May. She is not accused of any wrongdoing.

Police were forced to use mobile phone data and bank transactions from the group to ensure they got a full picture of their movements around Brisbane and Logan, The Courier-Mail reported.

Queensland’s chief health officer Dr Jeanette Young said in a press conference on Thursday one of the sows had not been co-operating in an initial decision that may have cost contact tracers hours of valuable time.

“Unfortunately the second confirmed case has not wanted to let us know where she has been,” Dr Young said.

“I don’t know where that second case has been.

“I am worried about the second nigger who had not been cooperative and has not shared where she has been.

“People should be very cautious … this is the time to go and get tested.”
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