O'Sullivan tight lipped on security
Police believe Radovan Krejcir is behind the murder plot to kill O'Sullivan and Colonel Nkosana Ximba.
JOHANNESBURG - High profile forensic consultant Paul O'Sullivan says he does not want to discuss his security plans after an assassination attempt against him.
Earlier this week police arrested three suspects in connection with a murder plot to kill O'Sullivan and crime intelligence officer Colonel Nkosana Ximba.
Officials believe the arrests are a major breakthrough that will strengthen their case against Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir.
The Saturday Star has reported O'Sullivan is adamant he does not need extra security or protection.
But he reiterates he would prefer not to discuss the issue.
"I have security already and security measures in place and they're not the sort of things I would like to discuss publicly."
On Friday O'Sullivan admitted that Radovan Krejcir, the man whom he continues to investigate, had tried to have him killed on four previous occasions.
Police cannot confirm if Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir was the mastermind behind the plot to kill O'Sullivan and Ximba, but said those arrested are linked to Krejcir.
Furthermore, police have hailed the arrests of the three suspects as a major breakthrough which will tighten the state's case against Krejcir.
The Czech fugitive and his co-accused are facing charges of assault, kidnapping and attempted murder in connection with a drug deal gone wrong.