Also left twisting in the wind is the former Air Pacific worker who blew the whistle on the corrupt alliance between David Pflieger and the decree makers.
Now a Fiji citizen, Karunaratne was called in again this week by CID and is expected to be summoned again next Monday. It's whispered he'll be asked to front in court the following day, when trade unionist Daniel Urai also reappears on his charge.
Scott, who was secretary of the Fiji Pilots Association, was arrested as part of a union crackdown after Coupfourpointfive revealed David Pflieger helped the regime draft the Essential National Industries decree.
Like some of the others, each time Scott makes a court appearance, the public prosecutor asks for more time to prepare for the case.