Kua pupū ake te riri i waenga i ngā mauhere kei Christmas Island, inaianei e āwangawanga ana rātou ka ahatia e ngā kaiwhakahaere o te whare herehere.
I kōrero te tira ā tihi ki tētahi o ngā mauhere i te ata nei, ko tana whakapae i puea ake ngā raru nā te matenga o tētahi rerenga.
Hei tāna, " it all kicked off, we have ripped the wall panelling off and pulled fences down and we are sick of being treated like this."
Ko tāna ano i tēnei wā kare ano tētahi kia whara engari e tāria ana e rātau te rautipunga i ta rātau mahi, ko tāna, "there isn't a guard in site at the moment but we are scared of whats gonna happen and have just had enough of all this punishment and too many boys are going to hospital."
Ki tā tētahi mauhere ki tā Riki Downes "we are all set up together and taking stock of what's going on here, we are sick of not being able to do anything, we wanna be with our families this stuff is just too much to bare."
Hei tā Downes ano "all the guards have taken off because there are too many of us, but the boys have cricket bats and poles and we are ready because we don't know what to expect, we are worried about whats going to happen next."
Ki tā Kelvin Davis o te rōpū Reipa, i whakapā atu tētahi o ngā mauhere ki ā ia i ngā hāora moata o tēnei ata, nāna i kii atu ki ā ia i pupū ake te riri o ngā mauhere, kua panaia hoki ngā āpiha.