Tuesday, July 05, 2011

Sources: Roadblocks as Fiji police search for 'coup operatives'

Posted on Coup Four Point Five - 05 July 2011

ON THE GROUND:  Reports of intense police activity.
Intelligence information has revealed roadblocks have been erected in Suva as a result of police trying to capture two Europeans believed to be 'coup operatives.' Sources say a coup is being planned and will happen soon.

The 'operatives' are believed to be travelling in a rental twin cab and have been seen photographing key installations around Fiji. The Europeans have apparently been seen at the naval base, FEA, Telecom, police stations and the hydroelectric project at Monasavu.
It's believed the alarm was raised on Sunday but police have so far failed to capture the operatives. Sources say the police RT is scrambling with activity as officers try to locate the men but authorities have so far been unsuccessful in tracing the men.
Sources also say the files on the illegal prime minister, Frank Bainimarama, have now been removed from the Fiji police archives of the police commissioner Ioane Naivalurura, and have been sent to Australia. The files are also understood to be with former 3FIR commander, Roko Ului Mara, who with supporters is preparing a case against Bainimarama in The Hague for the ICC.


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