ROBERT MCBRIDE CHALLENGES MOKOTEDI TO A PUBLIC LIE DETECTOR TEST

Gauteng Hawks head Prince Mokotedi has been challenged to a live polygraph test and may face a case of defamation after he leveled allegations of treason, conspiracy to murder and espionage against a group who allegedly plotted to cause the downfall of the president.

On Monday, Mokotedi opened a case against Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) head Robert McBride, former Hawks boss Shadrack Sibiya, private investigator Paul O’Sullivan and crime intelligence officer Candice Coetzee.

They are accused of conspiracy to murder, treason, espionage and several other crimes.

O’Sullivan says Mokotedi is nothing more than a dishonest criminal with a badge who is doing the work of President Jacob Zuma.

“They will quicken the pace at which they will all go to prison, and I have absolutely no doubt that people like Mokotedi, (Berning) Ntlemeza, (Khomotso) Phahlane and (Nathi) Nhleko will all be sharing the prison with Zuma.”

He’s challenged the Gauteng Hawks head to do a lie detector test and explain his reliance on a single unnamed source.

Sibiya’s lawyer Ian Levitt says they are considering legal options.

“I have been instructed by him to institute action against the police and the Hawks as soon as possible. I will be consulting with them to this end.”

McBride has also hit back at Mokotedi and warned him that he is not intimidated by this action.

NOTE: This article has been sourced directly from www.ewn.co.za and is courtesy of Eyewitness News

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