Paul O'Sullivan back in SA after London trip
It is understood that police were expected to re-arrest him on his arrival in South Africa.
JOHANNESBURG - Forensic investigator Paul O'Sullivan has arrived back in the country after a trip to London.
His lawyers applied for an interdict in an urgent application in the Johannesburg High Court yesterday, to stop police from arresting him again.
The application was dismissed and O'Sullivan landed at OR Tambo International airport a short while ago, with no police officers in sight.
It's understood police were expected to arrest him again today when he landed in South Africa, despite an undertaking not to do so.
He was in London for his daughter's birthday
O'Sullivan told Eyewitness News that he has nothing to be afraid of.
"My next step is to go home, have a shower and go to court. I'm not afraid of any of these charges, they are all trumped up charges. When you've got hooks that have formed alliances with criminals to take down someone who is exposing crime, this is what you see."
A summons has been issued for the private investigator to appear in court today on a new charge of fraud.
He already faces charges of extortion, intimidation and fraud.