Monday, May 16, 2011

Roko Ului Gives the Illegal Regime the Slip While Police Overplay Roadblocks

Posted by Coup Four Point Five - 16 May 2011

If the illegal leader, Frank Bainimarama, is looking worried, there's a reason. His military government is collapsing around him and worst of all, the man who has promised to reveal all of the regime's dirty little secrets hightailed it out of Suva, despite being under the eye of the police and military.

Fear of reprisal had led to the regime activating its ready action unit and erecting roadblocks but informers say Roko Ului Mara last Thursday managed to give the regime the royal slip to make his way to Nukualofa and the safe haven of King George's Palace. 

They say Roko Ului was in west the whole of last week from Monday and met with Tongan operatives who facilitated the secret operation with the Tongan Navy. 

The  plan was kept under wraps from even the closest to the Mara Family.
Neither the police commissioner nor the so-called task force even knew until Mara was in Tonga, until the news started to circulate.

According to our sources, Ioane Naivalurua's lot only got suspicious when Mara failed to report in on Friday at CPS as per his bail condition. 

A few royalist boys from 3FIR apparently became aware of the secret operation but by then the former commander of the 3FIR who had been ignominously charged with sedition just the week before, was well on his way to Tonga. Sources say the Fiji intel was compromised, but their silence proves many in Bainikhaiyum's Army support Mara and Driti. 

Sources also say Bainimarama is lying about Roko Ului not surrendering his passport. They say Mara had given authorities his passport and was reporting to Central Police Station on a Friday as required.

They also say there is no money missing from Fiji Pine Trust as claimed by Bainimarama. The dictator said at yesterday's press conference Mara was being investigated for an unaccounted $3 million as well as for breach of bail, which made him a fugitive.

Bainimarama also said the Fiji courts would get busy this morning  trying to get Mara extradited.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Ok who else will Bainimarama and Khaiyum sack from the judiciary department if they are not succesful with the extradition?