Johan Kotzé leaves psychiatric hospital

2012-07-17 10:17
Johan Kotzé (Werner Beukes, Sapa).

Johan Kotzé (Werner Beukes, Sapa).

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Pretoria - The Modimolle man accused of killing his ex-wife's son and plotting her gang rape, has been moved from a psychiatric hospital to Pretoria central prison, Beeld newspaper reported on Tuesday.

Johan Kotzé, 50, was moved from Weskoppies to the jail on Monday.

He was sent for psychiatric observation in May.

On January 3 he allegedly assaulted his ex-wife Ina Bonnette, hired men to gang-rape her, and shot dead her son, Conrad Bonnette, 19.

State prosecutor Renier van Rooyen said he was still waiting for the final psychiatric report.

The trial is scheduled to start on November 19 in the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria.

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