It's looking quite messy behind the scenes of the alleged $400,000 scam involving the Suva lawyer, Renee Lal, and former politician Ben Padarath.
Not only are some of the players looking questionable by the day (some of them can't even be verified by the normal channels so sketchy are their details) but they're related or connected to each other in some way.
The man accused of organising Lal's beating for an alleged $10,000 for example, Ben Naliva, is the brother-in-law of Losalini Seruitanoa, the personal secretary to Dilip Jamnadas - the senior partner in Jamnadas and Associates, the law firm that Renee Lal worked for.
Remember we said that Lal was locked out of her office by Jamnandas five days before her arrest and that Lal's husband had to retrieve her files?
Captain Naliva (who is possibly a major now) is from Rewa province and was Frank Bainimarama's main personal staff officer around the 2006 coup.
Naliva was rewarded in 2007 for his treasonous services with a posting as a United Nations observer in Sudan. On his return to Fiji, he resumed his role as henchman to master in crime, a job he remains in today.
The connections at Jamnadas and Associates are also interesting - the former military lawyer husband of Renee Lal, Amani Bale, apparently does all of Jamnadas' tax returns.
We've also been told the FICAC spokesperson, Erica Lee, (remember the FICAC is supposed to be investigating this fraud) is the fiance of Dilip Jamandas' son, Karl.
No picture yet on Renee Lal but these ones are of Ben Naliva, in tow to Frank Bainimarama.