BREAKING Code of Silence: International hunt for Fiji's Faceless Godfathers: Three jurisdictions overseas handed names of suspects to be put on Interpol's WATCH LIST for distorting photos into pornography
EMPTY COCONUT HEAD: FIJI SUN reduces serious criminal hacking of Victor Lal's emails to gossip: If the e-mail exchanges between Nemani Delaibatiki and Lal are exposed, Delaibatiki will be labelled A TRAITOR
In those hacked emails, which are selectively revealed, are scores from Fiji Sun's Nemani Delaibatiki; he privately shared his candid views on the 2006 coup, Frank Bainimarama, and many other topics from New Zealand before returning to Fiji and becoming the paper's training editor. In fact, 95 per cent of those in Victor Lal's contact list - many in Government now, in the Judiciary, Fiji's ambassadors, NGOs, Churches etc, etc, etc - would be TRAITORS
HACKERS 'TEAM LEADER' Kishore Kumar claims to Fijileaks: 'I was communicating to you to open a port to copy Fijileaks database and that we have done that...even Opposition supported me to hack your site...'
The hackers accuse journalist GRAHAM DAVIS, including many others they claim they found in Victor Lal's hacked private e-mail contacts, as snakes and associating with a traitor (Victor Lal), and plotting against the FijiFirst Party government. Davis is also regional advisor to the global communications company Qorvis-MSLGROUP. More later!
Dear Victor Lal
MUSLIM BASHING IN FIJI IS A CRIME! But why is the law not applied equally to others? As Fiji Times staff are dragged before the court for allegedly spreading hatred toward Muslims, VHP Fiji leader Dayal free!
BA businessman JAY DAYAL salutes the HACKER(S) as he taunts LAL, and in his excitement even admits in one e-mail to Lal that the hacker provided him all the hacked materials from Lal's personal computer. He later selectively used materials to threaten his perceived opponents. And when Lal told him to stop threatening certain individuals, he told him: "FUCK OFF", despite being a principal informer to Fijileaks against