Arms commission witness lashes Seriti over ANC claims
Crawford-Browne's own experience was that the evidence leaders were unable to enlighten him as to the system to which the documentation amassed by the arms procurement commission was organised. Instead, they could not explain the various numbering on documents shown to him, nor the non-sequential nature of the numbering, nor whether all the documents he requested sight of were in the files shown to him.
Crawford-Browne is a former banker who forced the hand of President Jacob Zuma when he took him to the Constitutional Court to compel him to set up an independent inquiry to investigate corruption in the arms deal. Zuma finally announced plans to set up the arms procurement commission, and the case was formally withdrawn.