Claims that Krejcir killed Lolly Jackson - report

2015-04-05 10:27
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Johannesburg - George Louka, the man accused of killing Teazers boss Lolly Jackson in May 2010, claims Czech businessman Radovan Krejcir shot the strip club owner during a fight over money, the Sunday Times reported.

Louka filed five affidavits in which he said Krejcir shot Jackson in a dispute over R740 000.

He claimed Krejcir kicked Jackson after firing the first shot and screamed: "You want to know who I am, I will show you who I am, you f***ing cockroach".

He reportedly said Jackson begged for his life but Krejcir pumped several more shots into his body.

Louka was extradited to South Africa from Cyprus to stand trial for Jackson's murder.

He appeared in court in February last year on charges of murder and possession of stolen property. The case was postponed this year after it was revealed that he was dying of lung cancer and was being treated in a secret prison hospital.

Louka reportedly claimed that the problem between the two men started when Jackson suspected Krejcir of swindling him out of R740 000 and that he had been given a fake receipt for the transfer of the money.

Read more on:    radovan krejcir  |  lolly jackson  |  george louka  |  johannesburg

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