True but that's not what bob claimed. He got arrested, prosecuted and sent to jail and yes treated to a sweetheart deal with jail conditions that kept him in hospital and parole at the earliest possible opportunity but still arrested and prosecuted.The fall guy. Do you believe that only Tony Yengeni was the only person involved in the arms scandal? How long did he serve?
Doesn't matter if he was the fall guy or not, it still disproves your claim.The fall guy. Do you believe that only Tony Yengeni was the only person involved in the arms scandal? How long did he serve?
Seems like he's naming more living people than dead people at this point in time."Agrizzi names Jackson Mafika, says he was present when he was handed cash by Watson. Mafika was head of NUM in that area at the time.
Jackson Mafika was gunned down outside his Westonaria home in 2013.
I suspect Agrizzi is going to name many many dead people. Very convenient.
Guptas demanded and didn't get anywhere. I suppose commission would ask all "demandees" to testify first.I would imagine there is going to be quite the line up of legal representatives demanding to cross examine this guy with all the names he is dishing out
If Agrizzi’s testimony plays out as the summary before the Zondo commission of inquiry has suggested, it will dwarf the capture and corruption by the Gupta family.
As Agrizzi started his testimony, lawyers for the State Capture inquiry were busy on the phones, calling all the big names that the former Bosasa executive is likely to implicate in his testimony. Usually, the commission alerts people to be named in testimony ahead of time, but it asked Zondo’s permission to forego the practice because Agrizzi’s life was perceived to be in danger.