No word yet from Fiji's illegal leader about the revelations he led the assault on three women pro-democracy advocates at the Queen Elizabeth Barracks, just after he seized control of the country by coup in 2006.
Fiji media have today all avoided the subject, continuing to operate under the strict censorship regulations, with no sign of a response yet from Frank Bainimarama.
In the past fortnight, Bainimarama has responded to coverage of wide belief that he won't be holding democractic elections even in 2014, denying he intends to keep ruling indefinitely.
He has also responded to confirmation that he's receiving more than $700,000 for overseeing six Cabinet portffolios, as well as the Commanders pay and a salary for being prime minister. He's also tried to dismiss persistent talk he intends to sack the illegal president.
But he has today, so far, stayed silent (apart from his henchmen trying to manipulate comments on Coupfourpointfive) about the serious allegations by his former number four, Roko Ului Mara, that dressed in a bush hat and overalls he was the first to strike three women on Christmas Eve in 2006, and that the crude assault included him jumping on their backs.
In today's Fiji Sun the headline, as bloggers have been quick to note screamed "LIES, LIES, LIES", but there has been no such wit or enthusiasm about the assault allegations.