They would occasionally look into Peter's house.
At around 7.57am Peter walked outside the house, and the truck drove away upon seeing him walk up the drive way motioning at them to ask 'what do you want'.
During these days of high intimidation and secrecy, the actions of these three soldiers is too far from a coincidence.
It is important that as the avenues to reporting violations of citizen's privacy/human rights have been closed down in Fiji, the world must know that possible further human rights violations may well be occurring now, and soon.
We now live in a nation where the media is heavily gaged, gatherings banned, and thoughts or opinions forcefully self censored because of fear and intimidation.
We know that Peter will continue with the work that he does as he sees no reason why PEACEFUL means of attaining better standards for youth inclusion, freedoms and involvement is a bad thing for Fiji and is considered a threat.
Behind Peter , are the lives of young people gone before who have died in the struggle since the first coup in 1987 because they were abused, threatened, traumatised and neglected, all because they are youth.
With Peter are the prayers of millions of people praying for peace in Fiji.
With Peter are the voices of young people who currently feel worthless, disengaged and incapacitated.
During these times, its the people who speak out against the injustice and continue to walk on who make a difference
Martin Luther Kings Juniors quote "The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy" stand timely true.