Apartheid assassin Eugene de Kock was released into the custody of the State Security Agency after being paroled because of fears he would be recruited by right-wing extremists, former justice and correctional services minister Michael Masutha claims.
In an exclusive interview with News24 – and following state capture inquiry evidence that the SSA spent R200 000 a month on De Kock’s accommodation, protection and “salary” after he was paroled – Masutha insists that he saw “nothing sinister” about the agency taking unprecedented custody of then 66-year-old at the time that he agreed to it.

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