A major development in Coupfourpointfive's story about FNPF documents - the Fiji media today reported that as we published on Friday, the pensioner's fund has formally lodged a complaint with police and CID detectives are now investigating.
Our story revealed that sensitive documents detailing records of employers contributions to individual accounts, records of how much money there is in the accounts of selected regime members and their supporters and records of FNPF senior management receiving bonus payments, were in the hands of someone in Fiji.
Fiji Police spokesman, Inspector Atunaisa Sokomuri, told Fiji media that a team from the Criminal Investigation Department has started to investigate.
Sokumuri also invoked the controversial Crimes Degree, which has been used to intimidate and punish whistleblowers, saying anyone involved in any 'illegal act' would be prosecuted.
Editors Note: Frank Bainimarama is reported to be going to France tomorrow to collect the second A320 plane that was bought with pensioners funds without their approval.