[LISTEN] #GuptaLeaks emails valid evidence under SA law?
The _City Press _ reported that two senior prosecutors, including a top Hawks official, don’t think the emails will be admitted into evidence because prosecutors and investigators believe they were 'stolen'.
CAPE TOWN - The ‘fruits of a poisoned tree’ doctrine used by the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) in the #GuptaLeaks case isn’t valid in South African law, Wits University associate professor James Grant said on Monday.
Reports on Sunday said prosecutors guiding the investigation into state capture believe the emails don’t constitute evidence against President Jacob Zuma’s friends, the Guptas, or any ministers or individuals implicated.
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