Fiji Coup 2006 is reporting that sources in Fiji have told it that Gone Marama Bale, Roko Rui Dreketi, Ro Teimumu Kepa, appeared again in court today on charges of inciting public unrest under the Public Emergency Regulation.
The blog says this is the ninth time she has appeared in court on the charges. It says due to the clear lack of concrete evidence, prosecutors have now changed the charges and requested a further hearing in three weeks, where she is to be charged with conspiracy to defy the government.
Fiji Coup 2006 says the hearing started at 11am that there was a break in proceedings, with state prosecutors running around trying to drum up new charges because the current ones won't stick, due to lack of evidence.
It says it has been told the illegal regime wants to make an example of the Roko Tui Dreketi and is aiming for a prison term of two years, saying supporters were threatened not to mention the court case today.
The blog is urging people to denounce the kind of justice people in Fiji are now subjected to by the illegal regime, describing it as a kangaroo justice system.
"For the illegal Regime in Fiji the principle of 'Justice delayed is Justice denied' just does not apply in their perverted attempt to silence all those opposed to its illegal rule."