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Spies plan 25 secret bases

News 24 South Africa  November 6, 2011

Johannesburg – A former national intelligence agency (NIA) operative, who is now a private security consultant, has lifted the veil on how the intelligence agency used a front company to create 25 secret bases across the country fitted with sophisticated monitoring equipment.

The revelations are contained in a lawsuit by PJG Integrated Security and Safety Consultants, which is suing Hedgeway Staffing and Admin Solutions, a front company for the NIA.

According to court papers, the front company has broken South African companies law and tax regulations and acted fraudulently.

An affidavit by Peter John Galloway, head of PJG, says his company was hired by Hedgeway to set up the secret “warehouses” on contract

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November 6, 2011 - Posted by | Africa, Civilian Contractors, Private Security Contractor | , , , , , , ,

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