Lolly's alleged killer to be extradited

2013-07-18 16:17
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Johannesburg - Lolly Jackson’s alleged killer George Louka has failed in his final bid to avoid extradition, eNCA reported on Thursday afternoon.

Louka will be bought back from Cyprus to South Africa to stand trial, the TV news channel added.

He’s denied killing strip-club boss Jackson – but says he will never reveal who did because doing so could get him killed.

Louka fled South Africa soon after Jackson was gunned down.


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