Reitz 4 plead guilty

2010-07-27 15:20
Johannesburg - The four former Free State University students known as the Reitz Four pleaded guilty to a charge of crimen injuria in the Bloemfontein Magistrate's Court on Tuesday.

When proceedings started at 14:00, prosecutor Johan Kruger read the plea into the record as well as the charges of crimen injuria.

Kemp J Kemp, for the students, said the four pleaded guilty on the basis of certain facts and circumstances which would be set out in a statement.

After the guilty plea was confirmed by the magistrate, Kemp began reading the statement.

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