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Topic - Leonard Kanye
A South African police detective testified that a Rwandan businessman offered police a $1 million bribe to free him after his arrest on suspicion of bankrolling an assassination attempt against an exiled dissident Rwandan general.
But Mr. Kanye said his two passports, one identifying him as a national of Belgium, Rwanda's former colonial ruler, and the other as a Rwandan, showed he came to South Africa for the first time just before the attempted killing.
Mr. Kanye, a 17-year veteran of the police service, said Mr. Kanyandekwe became edgy and "said we mustn't arrest him.