The Hawks raided the Saxonwold residence of the disgraced Gupta family on Wednesday morning.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Corruption Watch Executive Director David Lewis.
Corruption Watch says it “applauds the Hawks’ morning raid on the Gupta compound, and the subsequent arrests in relation to the Vrede dairy farm investigations, including that of Ajay Gupta”.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
It’s a few years overdue, but welcome nonetheless.— David Lewis, Corruption Watch
Ajay Gupta says he owns no assets… I imagine they’re all in trusts and tax havens…— David Lewis, Corruption Watch
The recovery of the assets is going to be difficult… but I think it will happen…— David Lewis, Corruption Watch
They raided Oakbay as well.— David Lewis, Corruption Watch
They’re [Hawks] doing what they wanted to do for a long time…— David Lewis, Corruption Watch
If you can jail them on a traffic fine, that will be good for me!— David Lewis, Corruption Watch
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