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Sunday, October 24, 2010

DRITI SENT ON LEAVE AS POSSIBLE TREASON CHARGES LOOM

Coupfourpointfive has confirmed that the Land Force Commander of Republic of Fiji Military Forces Brigadier, Pita Driti, has been sent on leave from Friday evening and could possibly face charges of treason over failed attempts to overthrow the treasonous Bainimarama regime.

Our sources say Driti's leave effectively means suspension from the military. Sources have established Driti has not been allowed to enter his office but is staying in his quarters, which is within the Queen Elizabeth Barracks compound.

According to sources, some other senior officers who are believed to have been members of the Military Council, have also been suspended. Their identities have not been established.

But we have been reliably informed that the suspensions - and orders to go on leave - arise out of a text message that was found  on the mobile phone of former 3FIR Commander, Ratu Tevita Uluilakeba Mara or Roko Ului.

Roko Ului (right) was sent on leave last month. It was announced at the time that he was taking about 6 months of outstanding leave. But his leave was effectively suspension.

Sources say a text message from Driti to Roko Ului was found on the mobile after Roko Ului returned it to QEB. The text message prompted initial investigations by dictator Frank Bainimarama's loyalist officers and it apparently confirmed a plot being hatched by Driti and Roko Ului, along with a few other military council members, to overthrow Bainimarama and his side kick, Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum.

Our sources say an attempt was even made by some officers to take control of the QEB Armoury on Friday evening as tension rose to almost boiling point over the suspensions. But sources could not confirm if the officers who attempted to take control of the Armoury were Driti's men.

But Coupfourpointfive has been told a major investigation will soon be launched to try to pin attempted treason charges on both Driti and Roko Ului.

Driti's forced leave comes as Bainimarama and Sayed Khaiyum attempt to consolidate their dictatorial power on the face of social and economic decay of the coup ravaged country.

We will try and establish further developments t
hrough our sources in the next few days.

17 comments:

  1. They eat their own.

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  2. And so we come to the final pages of the story of Fiji's madcap despot Bhaineeee....

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  3. A scares lord haw haw of horriblemanureOctober 24, 2010 at 5:02 PM

    It is only a matter of time. The Ceasescu solution is closer and closer. Once it happens khaiyum and the other treasonous parasites and carpet baggers including gates, pryde, sharon goebbels and the other trash must not be allowed to escape - they must be rounded up and brought to justice - they can choose - their type of non-justice or real justice? This indo-Fijian supported coup is on its knees - time to crush it once and for all.

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  4. Yawwwwnnnnnn....this all sounds so boringly phucking stage-managed - please alert us once they start blow each other's heads off - literally, then only we might take note that they are serious about resurrecting their treasonous, thieving arses. Whatever happens, I'll never be grateful to a turncoat in damage-control mode - for its the least we expect of these treasonous arses before they...well, do us all a favour and disappear off the face of this earth.

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  5. This story stinks like the lame rottweilers pictured here.

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  6. Drippy has been caught with his pants down.

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  7. Hah the treasonous charging the treasonous - dog eating dog.

    Perhaps the regime can spend another couple of thousands composing a song about their treasonous selves and foist it upon themselves to sing on their glorious anniversary day.

    Donkey dorks!

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  8. GOODNESS ALWAYS PREVAIL....ITS ONLY A MATTER OF TIME...IT RAINS FIRST B.4 SUN SHINES. E NA SEGA NI TALE WALE NA NODRA VAKASEWASEWANI NA TAMATA NI KALOU KEI IRA NA TURAGA NI NODA VANUA.

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  9. If the reasons given here for Driti's removal are correct, then we must applaud the guy for having the balls to stand up against Tyrannical Frank and Radical Sayed.
    But that is only if Driti's intention is to return the Country to a Democratically Elected Government in Fiji.
    Let's hope that this is the beginning of the end for Frank Bainimarama and his murderous Regime.

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  10. They have been sent leave to avoid another uproar if paid leave due from the day they joined. Good governance and transparency by our estemm leader Bainimarama.

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  11. All this is bullsit , remember rumors Aiass got sacked , but today he is sacking others , also Uli. Diri(f)ti and others have no balls, very soon they will be forgottern ,as if they exist.Baini is more powerful than yesterday, keep it up banin , Fijian , captains, colonel , solders are coward they have no blood, they are worse than women

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  12. http://www.radiofiji.com.fj/fullstory.php?id=31779

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  13. exit door for fb is to ask for reconciliation and forgiveness from all the people of fiji...and also the pro-coups so do the same so that we can ll travel together again for a free fiji and prepare for the second coming of the Lord of Lords Jesus Christ...God Bless Fiji...

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  14. FB has broken man's law and must pay the price.
    In jail, he will have plenty of time to reconcile with his maker.

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  15. put him in gaol with George Speight and they can get nostalgic together about how it 'really should be' if they had their way.....either that or do what they do well in sinagpore and drag him to court every week for 10 years and bankrupt him. But i would prefer summary execution. It worked wonders in romania, and spared the nation a costly and long winded fair trial that is not afforded others.

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  16. FB has only broken pig's law.

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