Monday, May 09, 2011

Desperate Fiji Military Poised for Trouble: Ready Action Unit Activated

Posted on Coup Four Point Five - 9 May 2011

Fiji's security forces are preparing for any trouble after former senior military officers, Pita Driti and Roko Ului Mara, were charged last week with trying to coup Frank Bainimarama.
Informers have sent us critical information, plus a map revealing the military is taking the possibility of retaliation seriously.
Details of the Ready Unit Action Compound (above) shows preparations for a new detention centre and a back-up National Command Centre.
Insiders say key officers from the army, navy, police, and prisons have been in the FTG (force training grounds) camp at 8 Miles to address and prepare for any mass riot situations since Thursday.

The RFMF went into high alert on Friday after Driti and Mara appeared in court, with the police commissioner, Ioane Naivalurua, approving road blocks and 1500 officers, backed up by the army, to provide 24/7 shifts.

Coupfourpointfive has been told the regime intends to remand Driti and Mara in custody while they at heir trial, because they compromise 'national security'.

Naivalurua today denied to Fiji Live Driti and Mara were in custody (we had not said they had already been detained), but our sources insist that is the plan and the Ready Action Unit has been activated in preparation of trouble.

We've been told officers at 8 Miles have been working on  boosting their leadership skills in the past four days. But more importantly:

1) Army experts have also been reviewing the uprising in Tunisia and Egypt and looking at how to counter people who wish to rise against the illegal government. Videos were shown with discussions focusing on how to detain mass people movement and how to cut routes off. 

2) A list of high profile targets and government enemies, including union leaders, political parties, churches and chiefs is being drawn up, so they can be arrested first at any time. 

3) Surveillance has already started on these people. Insiders say the model being followed here is the Chinese government response in recent weeks to detain all activists in China.

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