Saturday, January 27, 2007

Yengeni's 'special treatment' saga continues

By Tarryn Le Chat
27 January 2007

A storm is brewing in prisons over claims that Tony Yengeni continues to enjoy preferential treatment, even after his release under correctional supervision.

Warders say that the convicted fraudster has been given ‘phase four’ status for his correctional supervision instead of phase one or two status, which is usually prescribed for his type of offence.

A third allegation is that after Yengeni’s release from Malmesbury prison on January 16, warders from Cape Town commcor office were suddenly summoned to attend a meeting at Pollsmoor prison in Tokai the next day.

A phase four convict out on parole or correctional supervision would have fewer restrictions on his or her movements compared to those on phase one, two and three.


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