Pretoria - A senior police officer, Kobus Roelofse, told the Mokgoro inquiry he's still dealing with suspended Special Director of Public Prosecutions, Lawrence Mrwebi's ramifications of interfering in the case against intelligence boss Richard Mdluli.
Roelofse made his submissions on Tuesday at the Mokgoro inquiry into Mrewbi and the Deputy National Director of Public Prosecutions, Nomgcobo Jiba's fitness to hold office.
In 2011, Mdluli faced fraud and corruption charges for alleged misuse of the crime intelligence funds by purchasing luxury vehicles.
Mrwebi withdrew the charges allegedly because of security and intelligence concerns.
Roelofse said Mrwebi's decision made it difficult for investigations against Mdluli to continue even though the matter was ready to go to trial.