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Threat levelled against head of Lottery Scam Task Force
Persons involved in the lottery scam are reportedly plotting to kill head of the Lottery Scam Task Force, Superintendent Leon Clunis.
Superintendent Clunis says he is aware of threats against him but he will continue to do his job.
According to Supt Clunis the job comes with personal risk and its something he signed on to and will not be deterred from doing his duty.
Since its establishment in January, the Task Force has seized proceeds and assets derived from the lottery scam estimated at 300 million US dollars in 2011.
Over 100 arrests have been made.