Its ironic that military spokesman Majaah Lewensky is now saying that Laisa Digitaki must first produce proof that she is being threatened by soldiers before the military can take action and begin internal investigations into her claims.
Because, if the military requires proof before action then why did they overthrow a democratically government before they had any actual "proof" of corruption.
Or maybe the military can change the rules if it doesn't serve their purpose.
Proof before action is a good rule.
If King Bai and his cronies had followed it, then maybe they wouldn't be looking like a bunch of idiots right now… six months down the line, an economy in ruins and no evidence of corruption!
Perhaps, Lewensky should advise his masters to practice what they preach.