According to Fiji Live, the Fijian military has started a manhunt for pro-democracy activists Angie Heffernan and Laisa Digitaki. I am not sure about Heffernan, but Digitaki was one of those responsible for the "democracy shrine" in Suva during the coup; as a result she was subjected to Gestapo tactics, dragged from her home in the middle of the night and assaulted and abused by soldiers. According to the army, she has made "inciteful statements", but a later article gives more details:
It is understood the military wants Digitaki because of an emailed statement explaining in detail her interrogation at the Queen Elizabeth Barracks last year.
According to the source, the military was not happy that [Military Land Force Commander Colonel Pita] Driti's name had been mentioned in the statement.
So, telling people what the army does to people and naming those responsible is now apparently a "crime" in Fiji - at least in the military's eyes.