POLICE chief Maj. Gen. Katumba Wamala yesterday said the assault of policeman at Kabalagala Police Post by Lt. Gen. David Tinyefuzaâ€™s last week was not an institutional act, reports Geoffrey Kamali and Grace Matsiko. But he said as a human being, Tinyefuza could be exonerated because he had â€˜owned upâ€™ and apologised. Tinyefuza is senior presidential advisor on security. â€œEven rebels who have killed people are given amnesty, what is wrong with pardoning the General who has extended an olive branch and owned up? Weâ€™re all human beings. We can err,â€ he said. Katumbaâ€™s remarks followed calls by MPs for immediate action against Tinyefuza, saying it is not a personal matter for the army General to discuss with the Police. Tinyefuzaâ€™s escorts last week literally overran the Police post, disarmed the policemen on duty and beat them up.