With the list has come information that 'investors' are prepared to pay handsomely anyone who can arrest or 'bring down' Bainimarama and his key aides, including the attorney general Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum and the illegal solicitor general, Christopher Pryde.
Key business supporters, like Aslam Khan the Vodafone CEO, the Air Pacific chief executive, David Pflieger and the FNPF CEO, Aisake Taito are named as is coup advisor and former judge, Nazhat Shameem, and Khaiyum's accountant aunt, Dr Nur Bano Ali and husband Zarin Khan.
The target list includes the charges that would be laid against members of the inner core of the illegal regime and runs from $400,000 for Bainimarama to $50,000 for the Ministry of Information spokesperson, Sharon Smith Johns. Khaiyum faces the most charges and has a $350,000 bounty.
The list was emailed to Coupfourpointfive by a group calling itself the Fiji Action Group. The group says the world needs to know there are people who are willing and determined to bring down the dictator with or without national or international support.
An intelligence source, meanwhile, says police HQ have the 13 files on Banimarama that was compiled by the former Police Commissioner, Andrew Hughes CID team on the 2000 mutiny and other documents until 2006 on the illegal Commander. The 13 files are concealed in six boxes with all evidence and statements.