Spy vs Spy


Spy vs Spy

Sensational allegations of dirty tricks routinely conducted by Specialised Services Group (SSG), the controversial Gauteng private investigators headed by Warren Goldblatt, have been made by the spooks’ former logistics manager, Debra Smart.

SSG’s favourite client, Investec, features again in the latest revelations.

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Submitted by : Stuart Chait of WATERFRONT on 2011-08-25 11:42:32
Great story! Same culprits, different day, and still no accountability or intervention on the part of the SA Reserve Bank, the Government, the Minister of Justice, the NPA - or does Goldblatt have them all in his pocket too? It seems the noose is now tightening around the necks of Warren Goldblatt and his band of "high-tech" thugs. No doubt, he'll attempt to take a Section 204 and turn on Investec the same way he did with Corpcapital / Frangos saga a few years ago - apparently he paid Frangos R2m to drop criminal charges against him. Let's see if our justice system in South Africa is still intact, and whether or not it has the ability to charge Goldblatt and his goons, but most importantly, Investec Bank, and its directors - after all, who paid SSG to contravene the law, fabricate the case, and invade these clients privacy? What a disgrace! A guillotine or hangman's noose is too humane for this kind of behaviour. It'll be good to see these guys rot in jail, but even more importantly, is to see if the justice system is capable of of punishing them effectively, as would be the case in any civilised country with a democracy. Advocate of the High Court, Sandton

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