Moti, O'Sullivan mum on police raid
Investigator Paul O’Sullivan refuses to comment on whether cops raided his home.
JOHANNESBURG - Forensic investigator Paul O'Sullivan and controversial businessman Zunaid Moti will not be drawn in on the latest mysterious twist in their public showdown.
Gauteng police confirmed three cases were opened against O'Sullivan at the Bramley police station in northern Johannesburg.
It is believed the cases were lodged by Moti's security guards on Sunday.
In July, the controversial businessman appeared in court in connection with the attempted murder of a Brits businessman.
He blamed O'Sullivan for driving the case against him.
The investigator said he will not comment on the three cases of intimidation and _crimin injuria _opened against him, saying they do not warrant a reaction.
Moti refused to give any details about the charges.
It is still not known who was behind a mysterious late night visit by police to a townhouse complex where O'Sullivan is believed to live.
Hours after the cases were opened, men claiming to be from Bramley police station arrived at the complex to arrest the investigator.
But police insist the officers were not from Bramley and O'Sullivan is adamant he knows nothing about the raid.