CID caught up in diamond fracas

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The integrity of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) remains in scrutiny after it recklessly issued Israeli diamond merchant Erez Daleyot a document that was in turn allegedly used to make false reports about directors of Life Diamonds Botswana (LDB) amid their raging diamond wars.

This controversial letter, which Mmegi is in possession of, has the police logo and is boldly written Confidential. It is also addressed to To Whom It May Concern and is signed by Kesetsenao Tshweeneetsile, the deputy director of the CID.

The letter, which is not addressed to anyone or institution in particular, confirms the police investigation of LDB directors Alon Arabov, Gilad Goshen and Anthony Siwawa for fraudulently transferring irregular amounts of money from the company’s business accounts.

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