Angelo Agrizzi returned to the State Capture Commission a marked man, but was not shocked when he was told that a senior police officer had alerted inquiry investigators that his life was in danger. On Thursday he told the commission he had found a warning note on his car windscreen after breakfast one morning.
High-level Bosasa whistle-blower Angelo Agrizzi is a marked man, but he is hell-bent on finishing what he had started.
Agrizzi returned to the State Capture commission on Thursday having been alerted to an overnight call from a senior police officer to the inquiry's investigators that his life was in danger.
Although his family would learn of this threat along with the country during the live TV broadcast, Agrizzi told the commission he was not surprised -- he had come out from breakfast one morning to find a piece of paper stuck on his windscreen at a car wash.
The note was a warning for him to stop talking.
Daily Maverick on Thursday morning revealed explosive details of claims of a covert "hit squad" and a call to the State Capture Commission by an individual claiming that he and other members of the unit had been tasked...