Sars going after Agliotti 'stash'

2013-08-13 08:26
Glenn Agliotti (Johann Hattingh, Sapa)

Glenn Agliotti (Johann Hattingh, Sapa)

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Johannesburg - Convicted drug dealer Glenn Agliotti is believed to be holding funds in European bank accounts and the SA Revenue Service [Sars] intends going after it, a report said on Tuesday.

The accounts, believed to be in Geneva and Guernsey, are believed to contain enormous amounts of money, Eyewitness News reported.

It believes he is doing so to put the money beyond the reach of South African creditors.

Sars believes Agliotti’s lifestyle is that of an extremely wealthy man.

However, Agliotti claims Sars has always known about his offshore accounts and says he is not stashing millions.

Meanwhile, Eyewitness News said it had learnt that Sars has also obtained judgments against the three self-confessed killers of Kebble and is rolling out sequestration applications against them.

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