Krejcir hit: 'Discrepencies in evidence'
The defence argued that there are discrepancies in the evidence against Brendan Harrison.
JOHANNESBURG - The Director of Public Prosecutions is considering representations made by Brendan Harrison, the man accused of involvement in a plot to kill Czech businessman Radovan Krejcir.
Harrison briefly appeared in court in Germiston on Monday. He has been behind bars since August.
Krejcir survived a bizarre 'James Bond-style' attempt on his life earlier this year, when remote controlled shotguns opened fire on him from the number plate of a car in Bedfordview.
Krejcir claimed he was shot at on 24 July by what he said was a remote-controlled gun installed inside a car moments after he arrived at his Bedfordview office. A dozen-barreled gun was hidden behind the Volkswagen Cross Polo's rear number plate. Picture: Christa van der Walt/EWN.
After viewing the docket, the defence made representations arguing that there are discrepancies in the evidence against Harrison.
It's understood the state is relying on the evidence from Krejcir and his business manager Ivan Savov to bolster its case.
Harrison worked at Krejcir's Money Point shop in Bedfordview.
He believes he will be killed if released on bail and is due back in court later this month.