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Kidnap accused hurls abuse at media

2012-02-20 13:03

Johannesburg - Mohammed Adams, accused of trying to abduct a Florida pupil, appeared briefly in the Roodepoort Magistrate's Court on Monday.

His trial was postponed to May 23 to enable a prosecutor who handled his case to be present in court.

Adams, 21, wearing a black shirt, a pair of black trousers and a cream white jacket, covered his face with a scarf, exposing only his eyes and nose when he walked out of the court building.

He walked hand in hand with a woman who also covered her head.

Adams yelled insults to photographers who were taking his pictures as his white Audi passed by.

It has been alleged that Adams tried to abduct the Grade 10 teen outside Hoërskool Die Burger, west of Johannesburg, on October 19.

The school is the same one where Louise de Waal, 16, was abducted on October 12. Her burnt body was found on a farm in Magaliesburg later that day.

Comments
  • michelle.dirker - 2012-02-20 13:30

    When you violate another human-being's human rights......yours flies out the window!!!!!! Be a man......if you are innocent you have nothing to hide!

  • Paula - 2012-02-20 13:30

    Justice should be served irrespective whether your name is Mohammed,Pik,Robert,Sipho,Trevor it should be based on ones actions and not their nationality, relegion and defnitely not their name.

  • ivan.coetzee2 - 2012-02-20 13:38

    Mohammed Adams is bloody pig!! Bubba's gonna have his way with you

  • SVD - 2012-02-20 13:45

    if the case was postponed? Prosecuter knew the date of the trial. obviuosly this case is not as bad as one thinks

  • Se-a Spencer Ikeremm - 2012-02-20 14:19

    Pity he's a criminal, he looks kinda cute in the picture ^^

      Perfume - 2012-02-20 14:52

      In which photo?

      JohhnyBGood - 2012-02-20 15:02

      I guess you have better eyesight

  • Kerry - 2012-02-20 14:57

    FREAK

  • Deen - 2012-02-20 15:12

    I have personally seen a person falsely get convicted of rape due to a judge, a victim of rape herself, finding empathy with the false 'victim'. I find these sort of cases higly sensitive. At this point in time the only evidence against the man is the pointing out of the suspect in an identity parade. Should he truly be guilty then he should thank his lucky stars this was only an "attempted" abduction and face the time his given in the 'comfort' of his cellmates. If he is innocent then one hopes he is able to ovecome the mental stress cell time involves.

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