Fiji Times columnist Kamal Iyer was taken to Queen Elizabeth Barracks on Friday.
Coupfourpointfive has been told Iyer was intimidated and asked to change his views in his columns in the future.
Military sources told us Iyer was taken to QEB by plain clothes soldiers in an unmarked vehicle after midday on Friday.
According to them, the Commanding Officer of Third Infantry Regiment (3FIR) Ratu Tevita Uluilakeba Mara, commonly known as Roko Lui, wanted to speak to Iyer.
Iyer was taken to Roko Lui's office where another senior officer, Sitiveni Qiliho, who has just returned from study leave overseas, was also present during the interview.
Roko Lui and the top brass of the military did not like Iyer's opinions of the regime and their Commander Frank Bainimarama.
Sources say Iyer refused to make a commitment that he would change his columns and looked calm during the interview.
Iyer was dropped back home by the same plain clothes soldiers in an unmarked vehicle, after spending 45 minutes with Roko Lui.