Fraud suspects identified, traced and apprehended

Due to the sensitive nature of the cases investigated by our office, as well as to protect our clients, we are unable to publish specifics as a rule. We were, however, recently tasked to trace two subjects who had defrauded multiple businesses within the Cape Town area.

As this investigation was published in "Die Burger", we are able to report that Criminal Investigator Andrew van der Walt successfully identified, traced and apprehended the two main suspects responsible for this crime-spree. They subsequently appeared in court and are being held criminally accountable for their actions.

Yet another example of why True Lies Investigative Solutions is so much more than a basic polygraph company. Our operators immerse themselves in our client’s matters, tenaciously pursuing all concerns raised, until such time as complete resolution of such matters is achieved.


Failed polygraph examination leads to a murder confession and conviction

Desigan Govender and Venesh Dwarikan were both sentenced to 25 years imprisonment for the murder of Mohammed Asif Ayob, following Desigan Govender’s failed polygraph examination and subsequent confession. 

The test set the basis for Govender to admit his involvement in this murder and subsequent identification of the crime scene, where the body of the deceased was found. Magaliesburg CAS 94/05/2005 refers.


Useful links: Are polygraph examinations and their results accepted in court and the CCMA?How accurate is the polygraph process?Serious Criminal Offences and the polygraph.