|Scene of the crime: Nabua police station. pic FBC News|
They haven't even solved the case of the missing drugs from Toorak and now they have Nabua on their hands.
Fiji police are back under the spotlight with two officers being taken in for questioning over the large quantity of marijuana that have gone missing from Nabua Police Station.
As in the cocaine taken from the Criminal Investigations Bureau in Toorak several weeks ago, the marijuana was being held at Nabua as exhibits for court cases.
No other information has emerged from police officially today but Coupfourpointfive sources say the stolen marijuana was part of the haul taken in raids from Kadavu and have a street value of more than one million dollars.
A police mole says serious questions are now being raised about the capability of the leadership of the police commissioner, Ioane Naivalurua, and his senior officers, all of whom have been singled out as being involved in a drug ring themselves.
"These drugs went missing with the help of DCP (Isikeli) Ligairi, who is emerging as henchman for the Commissioner and who has been putting his own men in strategic locations in the police force," according to an insider.
"These senior police officers together with commissioner are making quick hundred of thousands of dollar."
The marijuana is believed to have been stolen last week but was reported just today by Fiji media, FBC News.
The insider says Naivalurua is again out of country, just as he was when the cocaine was lifted from Toorak (C4.5 readers will recall that this was an inside job) this time in Singapore with seven senior officers, when the news broke.
As with the corruption of senior officers, police moles continue to insist senior police officials have the backing of those in hierarchy.
According to the insider: "PM is quiet and sick and these bastards are just doing what they please with total powers under POA for Compol.
"It's not only the police, they are backed by land force commander and Pio Tikoduadua. What we are seeing is the total deterioration of rule of law and its evident from cases like this.
"The PM's inability to control the Compol is evident and the question we have been asking is: 'Is he still in control or is he been brainwashed and put in a corner?"