Monday, February 16, 2009

ENDURING MYSTERIES : Naria's 3 Sisters : Scenarios 3 & 4

For a small island nation, we do have our fair share of mystery and intrigue. From  individuals vanishing without a trace to millions disappearing from secure bank vaults. We have it all.

 

In coming weeks, Loyal Fijian will be running a series titled " Enduring Mysteries" where we examine mysteries, conspiracy theories, and look for answers to questions left unanswered.
 

Scenario 3 - Dip Chand was on a Drug run, Girls killed by suspicious Yachties

 

Another scenario that has been doing the rounds is that Dip Chand was using the run to Malake Island to deliver a consignment of marijuana to a visiting yacht.

 

Marijuana grown in and around Rakiraki is believed to be of high potency and has a reputation among users and traffickers.

 

A regular topic of discussion around grog bowls in Rakiraki are the individuals who have grown rich on the proceeds of marijuana sale. Among these people is Mr X, a person that Dip Chand wanted to speak to before making his confession of murder of the 3 girls.

 

The scenario suggests that Dip Chand on delivering the marijuana ran into trouble with the drug traffickers on board who were not expecting to see the 3 girls. They were highly suspicious and felt their drug smuggling ring had been compromised.

 

The girls were attacked by the drug traffickers and killed. Dip Chand did not intervene to stop but he himself was not the killer.

 

Dip Chand was paid to admit to the murders to conceal the identity of the marijuana grower, a certain Mr X.

 

Scenario 4 : Girls family Complicit in the Saga

 

Another scenario doing the rounds is that the girls family knows more than they are letting on.

 

This scenario is built on the reasoning that no mother would let her 3 girls go on a picnic with a man all by themselves.

 

We are talking of a conservative rural community where word travels fast and reputations depend on peoples observations. Young girls in particular are careful not to be seen in the company of males alone let tongues start wagging.

 

Why would their mother let them go without another male member of the family? Why didnt she raise the alarm until the next day?

 

Would she have approved of them camping on the island overnight?

 

More questions than answers.

2 comments:

James said...

Thanks for providing 1 sane and interesting Fiji blog Loyal Fijian.

Im sick of the lies and propaganda on Solivakasama and others

Foss said...

Great read