An apartheid-era South African security police commander says ex-President FW de Klerk knew of gross human rights violations during his term of office.
Eugene de Kock, jailed for his role in killing anti-apartheid activists, made the accusation a day after Mr De Klerk said that his conscience was clear.
Talking from his prison cell to a radio station, he said the ex-president's hands were "soaked in blood".
De Kock said he was prepared to testify in court against Mr de Klerk.
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