SOME of the Vietnamese being flown home today are likely to fight as they are put on the aircraft, a Refugee Concern lawyer said last night. The lawyer, Peter Barnes, said many had volunteered only to change their minds, and it was 'pretty rare that there aren't some people kicking and screaming'. 'Among this group, percentage-wise, there must be people who have been wrongly screened out,' he said. 'But since they've put a media blackout on the flights, we'll never know.' Royal Brunei Airlines, which charters a Boeing 767 to the Hong Kong Government at a cost of about $800,000 for each deportation flight, is understood to have requested the ban, fearing coverage of the repatriation flights would be negative publicity for the fleet. A Security Branch spokesman said most of the 85 boat people to be moved from Victoria Prison to the airport at 5 am today were former volunteers. The rest had been cleared by Hanoi for repatriation, he said. But he could not predict whether violence would erupt as the group boards the 8 am flight, he said. Today's flight is the first to which the media has not been invited. Royal Brunei began its flights after a Hercules C-130 crashed into Victoria Harbour after a Hanoi trip.