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The National Prosecuting Authority indictment of Selebi accuses the top cop of receiving at least R1,2million from his buddy and convicted drug dealer Glen Agliotti.
The payments to Selebi made no business sense, it alleges, because there was no legitimate business between the commissioner and Agliotti or with the South African Police Service.
The payments were intended as bribes, the indictment says.
"The payments. constituted benefits which were not legally due to the accused.
"During January 2002 the accused was given information that Agliotti may have been involved in a major drug smuggling case in which the police seized Mandrax with a value of R105million and arrested five people.
"The accused took no action against Agliotti and in fact the matter was later withdrawn and people arrested for dealing in drugs were subsequently released because of an incompetent police investigation and have never been prosecuted," the indictment says.
Though Selebi had been informed about the drug bust, he allegedly authorised a reward of R500000 to an informer based on incorrect and false information.
"The accused, when his 'corrupt' relationship with the Kebbles became known, gave Agliotti access to a portion of the top secret National Intelligence Estimate 2005, with a request to establish who Jurgen Kogl was."