Tom Moyane: “Murderers and serial rapists would get better treatment”

Tom Moyane: “Murderers and serial rapists would get better treatment”

- Suspended SARS commissioner Tom Moyane feels that he is being treated unfairly by Robert Nugent's report

- Moyane wrote a letter to President Ramaphosa addressing this unfair treatment

- According to Moyane, Nugent wants him replaced with Mark Kingon and his report is his means of achieving this

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SARS' suspended head, Tom Moyane, accused the retired judge Robert Nugent of being determined to portray Mark Kingon, the acting SARS commissioner, as an angel and himself as a devil.

Moyane wrote a whole 6-page letter to President Ramaphosa in which he voices his opinion and complaints about Nugent's report.

According to Nugent, Moyane should not just be suspended, but fired.

Eric Mabuza, Moyane's lawyer, says Nugent's report is nothing more than a campaign to make Kingon the new head of SARS.

Moyane said Nugent is irrational and biased, and added that murderers and serial rapists would get better treatment, according to a report by BusinessLIVE.

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Nugent used words like 'admirable' to describe Kingon and 'calamitous' to describe Moyane and Mabuza found this 'deplorable'.

Moyane is insisting that he's the victim of a bias pursuit of a 'predetermined outcome'.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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