O’Sullivan lifts lid on rotten criminal justice system

Radio talk show host John Maytham in conversation with forensic investigator Paul O’Sullivan at the V&A Waterfront Exclusive Books.

Forensic investigator Paul O’Sullivan has opened many criminal dockets against corrupt government officials, starting In January 2003, when, as a board member of the Airports Company South Africa, he opened a case against Jackie Selebi, South Africa’s chief of police and global head of Interpol, after discovering that Selebi was on the payroll of notorious drug trafficker Glenn Agliotti.

In his book, Stop Me If You Can, which was launched at the V&A Waterfront Exclusive Books, on Thursday June 9, Mr O’Sullivan tells how corrupt police and prosecutors tried desperately to stop him from exposing the dark underbelly of South Africa – and how they ultimately failed.

Paul O Sullivan with Mary-Jane Trent who appears in the book.
Enjoying the launch, Robert Wilkinson from Claremont with Di Longmore of Constantia.