CBI probes cops-drug peddler nexus in Goa
The CBI has said that they will be recording the statement of Swedish model Lucky Farmhouse as a part of their investigation.
Panaji: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has said that they will be recording the statement of Swedish model Lucky Farmhouse as a part of their investigation into the policemen-drug peddler nexus cases in Goa.
Superintendent of Police (CBI) SS Gavli told reporters here yesterday that they will call Lucky to India or try to reach to her wherever she is.
"She is a very important witness in the entire case," he said.
The model had exposed the nexus after shooting a confession of her former boyfriend Atala alias Yaniv Benaim on a spy cam. Lucky left Goa in February 2008, reportedly after break up with Atala and tapes were exposed by the media, only
Goa police, who were initially, investigating the case has not been able to get Lucky`s statement although she has been extensively interviewed by the media.
Now the CBI is investigating two cases of the drug nexus both involving Israeli drug peddlers.
In another case, the central probe agency is investigating links of Israeli national David Driham alias Dudu with the policemen.
While Atala has jumped the bail and stands arrested at Peru, Dudu is out on the bail.