There should be no question about holding dictators accountable by trial. Imagine if we'd provided Hitler with a guaranteed life in the Berghof if he promised to end the war. How about allowing deposed/deceased Libyan leader Ghadhafi a guarantee to pitch his tent anywhere he wanted if he agreed to step down. Then there's al-Qaeda. Why not grant them amnesty and a life of luxury in any country they choose if they stop fighting? Let's not forget about Saddam Hussein. Could we have looked the other way?
Peace does not come cheap. I'm a veteran, but cannot lay claim to having suffered and made sacrifices for the freedom and comfort I enjoy. That was granted to me by God and my brothers & sisters who fought wars that threatened our nation. The people we witness protesting for change in the streets of their nations not only want freedom, but justice. And they are sending a message to dictators, too.
'We will fight you wherever you are and win no matter what the cost!'
These sentiments might be very strong in Fiji 's term, but the Dictatorial attitude is in question how mild it maybe physically , one should account for the psychological torture in Fiji, it it horrendous!