Saturday, March 21, 2015

Cope calls on Police minster to investigate de Kock’s whereabouts

Loyiso Langeni
21 March 2015

Congress of the people has called on Minister of Police Nkosinathi Ntleko to investigate the claims of Eugene de Kock immediately and to arrest those who are involved in taking the law into their own hands.

Spokesperson Dennis Bloem said if it is indeed true that he is being unlawfully detained by the security force, then the police must intervene and arrest the people who are detaining him.

Bloem added that Eugene de Kock is on parole and must therefore be treated as such. Correctional Services should have been in charge and must know of his whereabouts.”

He also said that  he is a very high profile parolee and the department must know each and every move and steps he makes.

The Justice and Correctional Services Ministry on Friday said it was communicating with apartheid hitman Eugene de Kock’s lawyer, who claimed his client had gone missing from prison.



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