Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Illegal & Desperate Fiji Regime May Move to Eliminate Roko Ului Mara

Posted on Coup Four Point Five - 31 May 2011

Supporters fear Mara may be a target as he moves to gather support to topple Bainimarama

The announcement by Roko Ului Mara he plans to travel the Pacific to rally support to try to bring down Fiji's illegal regime has sparked fears he could be assassinated.

Supporters worry Mara's criticisms and revelations, including the controversial claim that Frank Bainimarama viciously assaulted three women pro-democracy workers at the Suva barracks, on Christmas Eve in 2006, make him a target.  

In an interview with Coupfourpointfive two days ago, Mara revealed he plans to travel the region to meet with leaders to discuss Fiji's current situation. 

It's understood Mara intends to present a letter of what is being described as a referendum to the Melanesia Spearhead Group and ask Australia and New Zealand to intervene on the basis that human rights are at stake in Fiji. 

Intelligence sources say the security risk to Mara, who would be moving through open spaces like airports and staying at hotels without professional protection, is above 70 percent.

Mara will be accompanied by his private protection officers (PPO's) but there are concerns that as he travels away from Tonga he is vulnerable to attacks, which could come from outside forces on behalf of the regime. 

Trusted intelligent sources say the possibility of the military regime taking action to retaliate can't be ignored. And they say there could be any number of ways the regime could try to silence its former Number Four officer.

An intelligence source from within the regime told Coupfourpointfive people should not be naive about what's at stake and the lengths the illegal government might go to, to maintain its power and keep its secrets.

They say Frank Bainimarama, Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum and their core supporters have a lot to lose and that we only have to look around the world to know that dirty governments will do what it needs to do to survive, and that Fiji is no exception.

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