|Lawyer says footage of attack genuine.|
Another unsolved case involving citizens and the dubious behaviour of security forces.
The cafe owner who last year told police of a plot to destabilise the Bainimarama government has been beaten again, reportedly by the same forces.
Rajneel Singh was found by family at his home on Tuesday with a plastic bag tied over his head and his hands and legs tied.
His lawyer, Aman Ravindra-Singh, has described the attack as 'attempted murder.'
Bizarre things are not unknown to happen in Fiji; neither are the beatings and torture of
citizens by police and military forces.
|Picture of Rajneel Singh last November.|
Police haven't said much on this case other than to confirm the wife of the victim has laid a complaint with Lautoka police.
They didn't say much either last time.
The details of the Rajneel Singh attack, as has been the case so often, will be no doubt left to the victim and family as they seek to find justice.
So far we know the 32 year old café owner was beaten and tortured last year after sending to Police Commissioner Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho information about an apparent plot he found left on a computer screen that had not been logged out.
His lawyer, who has taken evidence from the house, says a Fiji police jacket was left behind on Tuesday.
"This man was tortured by members of the military and the police on or about the November 21 last year and there has been a concerted effort to cover up the persons who are involved in torturing Rajneel Singh."