Gauteng Hawks head opens case against McBride, Sibiya & O’Sullivan
It's alleged the three conspired to kill several individuals including the police commissioner, Hawks boss & NPA head.
JOHANNESBURG - The Hawks have confirmed Gauteng head Prince Mokotedi has opened a case of conspiracy to murder, espionage and treason against Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) boss Robert McBride, former Hawks boss Shadrack Sibiya and private investigator Paul O’Sullivan.
It’s claimed the group met and conspired to kill and overthrow several individuals, including Hawks head Berning Ntlemeza, National Prosecuting Authority boss Shaun Abrahams, Acting National Police Commissioner Kgomotso Phahlane and State Security's Arthur Fraser.
The case was opened at the Bedfordview Police Station on Monday night.
According to the case by Mokotedi, O’Sullivan, Sibiya, McBride and intelligence official Candice Coetzee met at Radovan Krejcir’s old mansion in Bedfordview, which O’Sullivan bought on auction earlier this year.
At this meeting, it’s alleged the four conspired to kill several individuals.
This latest development is an illustration of the escalation in the ongoing dirty feud between the country's law enforcement authorities.
(Edited by Shimoney Regter)