November 13, 2000 |
Two traffic officers stood by and watched as a white man attacked a high-level black American businessman, the Sunday Independent newspaper reported. Ron Gault, head of the U.S. investment bank J.P. Morgan's office in South Africa, suffered a broken nose in the attack. The officers, who remain on duty, are being investigated for failing to arrest the attacker, police spokesman Inspector Willem de Villiers told the Associated Press on Sunday. The incident occurred Oct.