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AN AUDITOR began unpacking the financial nitty gritty of corruption-accused former police head Jackie Selebi's monetary affairs in court yesterday.
Dean Friedman, a KPMG auditor, took the witness stand in the Johannesburg high court and began going over a report into Selebi's lifestyle, including the Spring Lights bank account.
Slain mining magnate Brett Kebble and his associate John Stratton allegedly used the bank account to sendpayments to Selebi's former self-proclaimed friend Glenn Agliotti.
Friedman testified that the audit looked into Selebi's cheque account and credit cards between 2004 and 2006. He said from January 2005, there was less expenditure in the cheque account. He said this was not necessarily because Selebi was spending less money, butbecause he had "other sources".
Friedman said he went through counterfoils of cheques marked "JS", "Chief" and "c.o.p".
"As to the c.o.p cheques, we assume that c.o.p may either mean cop or it could mean commissioner of police". - Sapa