Jinasena was sacked last Thursday with sources saying she had been objecting to the influence being exerted by illegal attorney general Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum and his sidekick Nazhat Shameem.
The regime has predictably blamed former director of public prosecutions Ayesha Jinasena for having to sack her.
The illegal prime minister Frank Bainimarama has even told FBC the Fiji police had no faith in her work and that "many serious offenders walked away with very light penalties and some were lucky with their cases dismissed in court."
Sources claim the fall-out came when Jinasena called the allegation and charges made against Sri Lankan born Kiwi Jagath Karunaratne and others 'silly and 'stupid'.
The regime, especially CID, want to lay further charges and convict the graffiti suspects but according to sources close to VRF, Jinasena was dismissive of the idea for lack of evidence.
Sources also claim the Sri Lankan judges and lawyers are coming together now to go against the influence of the AG and others, "even if they have to leave their jobs and country as a result."
It's also being said many other local judges and lawyers are also supporting them and calling for the Fiji law association to declare their dissatisfaction with the regime interfering with ongoing cases.
The case of the graffiti suspects was postponed this week without a proper reason been given with sources now claiming, too, that the chief justice Usaia Ratuveli wants to boycott the hearing because he keeps getting calls from Khaiyum inquiring about the case.
In an exclusive interview with FBC News, though, Bainimarama says Jinasena was sacked because she was performing poorly, the same thing the regime has said about other Sri Lankan judiciary who've left.
Bainimarama insists Christopher Pryde has been appointed as Jinasena's replacement to strengthen the work of the office of the DPP.
He says many serious offenders have walked away with very light penalties and some were lucky their cases were dismissed in court.
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