On the Gupta email leaks…
What will be enough to prosecute?
Could these leaks be used as evidence?
What can – or should – law enforcement be doing?
What are they doing, or not doing?
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Bernard Hotz, Head of Business Crimes and Investigations at Werksmans.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
What should happen is an investigation should immediately commence.— Bernard Hotz, Werksmans
It may be quite difficult to secure witnesses.— Bernard Hotz, Werksmans
Private prosecutions can only arise if the state refuses to prosecute.— Bernard Hotz, Werksmans
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