Parly Police committee accused Paul O’Sullivan of threatening them

Forensic investigator Paul O’Sullivan was accused of threatening and intimidating by the Members of Parliament’s police committee. As it follows from the court case, O’Sullivan wrote a letter in which he threatened to check committee members if they have been captured by corrupt police officers. Now the committee is discussing on Ipid head Robert McBride’s contract resumption.

The committee members see in O’Sullivan’s letter as an attempt to affect the institution in its intentions not to support McBride’s contract renewal.

“As a result, Forensic For Justice has decided to carry out detailed forensic investigations on each and every member of the committee,” committee member Jerome Maake said.

The situation has also angered ANC MP Leonard Ramatlakane. He condemned O’Sullivan’ actions and said that “Members of Parliament can’t be threatened”.

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