Besieged South African police Crime Intelligence boss Peter Jacobs is the second high-ranking officer to face an internal investigation centred on the murder of Anti-Gang Unit detective Charl Kinnear based on what he did, or failed to do, when police received warning of a threat on Kinnear’s life. NEws24 reports that Jacobs joins AGU head, Major General Andre Lincoln, under the cloud of suspicion, with Lincoln facing an internal inquiry for two counts of alleged misconduct in failing to ensure Kinnear had bodyguards assigned to protect him. Sources close to the investigation claim that Lincoln had been informed of Kinnear’s surveillance [by his eventual alleged killer Zane Kilian] around the same time word reached Jacobs.