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As previously reported by Forensics for Justice, the NPA has become captured. The ‘capture’ has permeated all levels of the NPA and included the national director and many other directors. The captured NPA, working closely with captured criminals within the police, have launched a campaign, which can be traced back to 2014, and uses public funds to attack citizens that have been active in exposing corruption.
At Forensics for Justice, we were always asked why we have not opened a docket against Zuma. Our response was always the same: ‘As soon as we find evidence, the docket will be opened’. Well now we’ve found that evidence and the criminal complaint is opened and is being investigated by the Directorate for Priority Crimes Investigation ‘DPCI’ (otherwise known as the Hawks).
We have heard, for some time now, the arrogance of the Gupta family in repeatedly lying to the world when saying that the Gupta leaks are fake. We wish to place it on record that we have had access to the leaks for some time now and are 100% certain that the leaks, which do not merely contain e-mails, but also contain share certificates and the like, are 100% genuine.
In the past two years, much has been said about state capture, primarily by the Gupta’s. Although it has been hinted at from time to time, no real evidence has been laid out, in the form of a criminal docket, pertaining to the criminal ‘capture’ of the police and NPA. Until now.
We launched an investigation into the dealings of Phahlane, with allegations of bribes, expensive vehicles & sound systems at the order of the day.
Dudu Myeni, controversial chairman of SAA and founding chairman of Jacob Zuma foundation, stands accused of fraud and corruption, which has almost reduced a once great airline to bankruptcy.
Former CEO of State Owned Enterprise PRASA, with 2 Criminal Dockets for Corruption of approximately R5 Billion & involved in the Firing of Popo Molefe, the disgraced HAWKS Head Ntlemeza, Thuli Madonsela’s “State of Capture” & Million Rand Mansions.
Krejcir was known as an underworld boss, alleged to have been behind the murders of many past associates as well as several attempted murders.
Selebi was found guilty of corruption on 2 July 2010 and sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment on 3 August 2010. His appeal against his sentence was rejected by the Supreme Court of Appeal.
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Vision & Mission
Forensics for Justice is a non-profit organisation that has identified that public administrative body, in particular the criminal justice system, has been captured by criminals, or politically corrupt individuals that serve unconstitutional agendas, with the aim to protect ‘connected’ criminals from corruption charges.
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