Shrien Dewani can be extradited

2011-09-28 16:01

London - The UK home secretary has signed an extradition order for Shrien Dewani to be tried in South Africa for the murder of his wife Anni, the NPA said on Wednesday.

"Dewani will have 14 days to give notice of appeal, if he decides to do so," National Prosecuting Authority spokesperson Mthunzi Mhaga said.

  • baardmanbakke - 2011-09-28 16:05

    yeah! i can see a high drama court case playing out in sa!

      ANC Comrade - 2011-09-28 16:07

      Law and Order South Africa Season 1 Episode 1 starting soon ....

      DarwinEvolution - 2011-09-28 16:11

      Who really's always the same crowd making the news for the worng reasons...funny how they always kknow how to f things up!!

  • Green Oaks - 2011-09-28 16:06

    Now he will appeal and another 2 years will pass. THEN maybe the case will start. I hope I am wrong.

  • AlrightyThen - 2011-09-28 16:06

    lol... Hope he flies Virgin because he is about to lose his in our very exciting prisons!

  • Mvelase - 2011-09-28 16:06

    Well, well, well let us get this over and done with.

  • Pepelee - 2011-09-28 16:07

    Yes..... You fu@king Prick....

  • heebeejeebee - 2011-09-28 16:08

    Papa wag vir jou...

  • pragmatism - 2011-09-28 16:10

    i feel a sense of deja vu... wasn't this ruling made already ....

  • Seperetla - 2011-09-28 16:11

    Once he comes to SA, He's already convicted.

      Nedkelly - 2011-09-28 16:13

      Crap - in this country the criminals are afforded much more legal protection than the victims.

  • bumblebee - 2011-09-28 16:12

    Best news Ive heard today!

  • sniperman - 2011-09-28 16:12

    The man is a pawn for the South African Tourism Industry. He did not murder his wife. She was murdered by local murderers. It is just another cover up of the high crime statistics in this country. A "confession" from a killer in exchange for a more lenient sentence? What absolute hogwash. I am afraid he won't get a fair trail from our judicial system especially now with Moegoe Moegoe headings up the affairs.

      terry - 2011-09-28 16:17

      and you know this

  • BathoBatho - 2011-09-28 16:14

    At long last!!! Anyway what's there to appeal , since nobody trusts our justice system. I hope & pray that SAPS investigations are water tight with no loopholes to allow him to get free. It's high time the police and judiciary do their jobs to prove doomsayers wrong.

  • Veld66 - 2011-09-28 16:15

    Thank god, hpe to see judtice for Anni, the damage done to our already buttered country s image was just too big

  • Ross - 2011-09-28 16:15

    This guy is now the walking dead as he won't survive in an ANC prison. I suspect that he will commit suicide.

  • pam.benink - 2011-09-28 16:20

    Let him finally face the music! South African justice, lol, for what its worth, maybe they will put him away to live his life in Pollsmoor or somewhere equally frightening!

  • Rastus - 2011-09-28 16:22

    Extra extra Extra! Eat all around it! De wani curry bunny!

  • marco - 2011-09-28 16:33

    I thought this was Home Secretary Theresa May final decision why does she still need to make any more "final decisions"?Wasn't she expected to make one 3 or 4 weeks ago already?Stupid Home Office useless c**ts conservative government ass****s can't ****ing do anything right.

  • TaniaSandraSteyn - 2011-10-04 23:56

    This guy will play every note on the piano before he is extradited. If that young woman was raped, I would have considered it an SA crime. If her body was mutilated, even more so. The fact that she was executed pretty much leaves the Defence with nothing to defend.

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