Wouter Basson guilty of unprofessional conduct – HPCSA

2013-12-18 12:23

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After 13 years of arguments and presenting evidence about whether Dr Wouter Basson had acted unprofessionally when he manufactured and provided substances to the apartheid South African Defence Force (SADF) for the purpose of fighting "enemies of the state", he has been found guilty on all four charges brought against him.

Some of the toxic substances, like cyanide, were given to soldiers to use to commit suicide in case they were caught. Other substances were used by the soldiers to kidnap enemies of the state across the country's borders.

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