New affidavit exposes Krejcir's alleged plot to kidnap Motsepe: report

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Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir and his co-accused Desai Lupondo are due back in court on Monday.

Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir and his co-accused Desai Lupondo are due back in court on Monday.

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Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir and his co-accused Desai Lupondo are due back in court on Monday.

Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir and his co-accused Desai Lupondo are due back in court on Monday.

JOHANNESBURG – An affidavit presented during Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir’s murder trial has revealed an alleged plot to kidnap businessman Patrice Motsepe.

The Star newspaper reported on Wednesday morning that Krejcir and convicted drug-dealer Glen Agliotti were involved in bribery of high-ranking police officials.

The report states that the affidavit was written by Lucky Mokwena, a former hired gun for Krejcir.

It supports claims that Krejcir was involved in the deaths of Uwe Gemballa, Sam Issa and conspiracy to murder investigators Colonel Nkosana “Killer” Ximba and Paul O’Sullivan.

According to the report, Krejcir allegedly asked a colleague to arrange a meeting with Motsepe about a possible mining deal in Lesotho.

Mokwene said that he was tasked with conducting surveillance on Motsepe and Krejcir claimed that police officials in his pocket would assist by tracking Motsepe’s cellphone.