TV3 journalist Michael Morrah could be deported to New Zealand today.
Sources say the military regime doesn't like Morrah interviewing members of Roko Ului Mara's family about why they are being taken in for questioning.
Several members of Mara's family have been questioned since he went to Tonga including his wife, sister, niece and her former husband.
A New Zealander, Anthony Fullman, the former head of Fiji's Water Authority, is also being questioned because his phone records show he had a conversation with Mara before he left for Tonga.
Tim McBride, the former husband of Mara's niece, Adi Koila Ganilau, has also been questioned several times but released. He is an American citizen.
An Estonian fisherman, Risto Harmat, (revealed by Coupfourpointfive yesterday as being in custody without legal representation) is still at central police station, 72 hours after he was taken in.
Harmant owns and was on the boat Mara went fishing in.
Sources say the CID wanted to release him but the orders from the police commissioner, attorney general Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum and Frank Bainimarama is to keep him detained.
Adi Koila Ganilau, Roko Ului's niece, has been questioned for the past four days from 9am until late at night. She has been called for questioning again this afternoon.
Sources say every member of Roko Ului's Mara's family are being watched and followed everywhere they go.
Editor's Note: Under the Public Emergency Decree:
- the police can detain anyone for 7 days without charge for questioning.
- the security forces have vast powers to detain anyone who they see as national security threat.
- after 7 days the person in detention can be released without charge or the police have to charge and remand that individual further on the decision from the courts.