Third insider blows whistle on ‘corrupt’ Saudi defence deal
Yet another former programme director tells SFO about ‘unethical’ Sangcom projectBy Frederika Whitehead | 9 July 2012
As I understood more, I began to realise how they conducted the business, and I was really concerned
Eddie Fisher, former programme director, Sangcom project
Another whistleblower has come forward to support allegations against a British company of corruption in a huge defence deal with Saudi Arabia.
Eddie Fisher is the third person working on the project to sound the alarm. And he is the second former programme director to have given information on it to the Serious Fraud Office, which is carrying out a preliminary investigation into the case.
The programme, known as the Sangcom project, is to overhaul the Saudi national guard’s communications systems.