Jackie Selebi

JACKIE SELEBI

Jacob (also known as Jackie or The Polo) Sello Selebi (7 March 1950 – 23 January 2015) was the former national commissioner of the South African Police Service and the President of African National Congress Youth League 1987-1991, and a former president of Interpol. In January 2008, Selebi was put on extended leave as national police commissioner, and resigned as president of Interpol, after he was charged with corruption in his native South Africa. He was replaced as national commissioner in July 2009 by Bheki Cele. 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 on 2 December 2011, after the court unanimously ruled against him. However, he was released on medical parole in July 2012.

DOCUMENTS & EVIDENCE

18 Sept 2007 Pikoli
Report of the enquiry into the fitness of Advocate VP Pikoli to
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IN THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA
After Selebi - the way forward 2010-09-14 FINAL.ppt [Compatibili
AFU takes Paparas Assets
Copy of It’s about Greed & Ethics - The Selebi Story
Interpol - Selebi
Interpol letter to J Selebi 07-11-07
letter from Minister
Letter to Minister 2006-05-03.doc
Letter to OIGI from Paul OSullivan d 2009-05-05
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letters to Minister
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MD Addinall Statement 2009-04-18
Mdluli letter 2011-11-03
Hankeligimdluli Redacted
Nassif Plea Oct 2007
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