AS IT HAPPENED: Coffin assault accused 'don't think they did anything wrong'

2017-08-21 09:42

Defence advocate Wayne Gibbs has argued that the coffin assault accused, Theo Jackson and Willem Oosthuizen, don't think they did anything wrong when they forced Victor Mlotshwa into a coffin and threatened him. Judgment is expected to be delivered on Friday.

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Court adjourns until Friday, when judgment will be delivered. 



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Advocate Org Basson for Theo Jackson concludes his argument. 


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Court is back in session. 


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Court adjourns for a short break. 


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Gibbs: "The accused were threatened by Mlotshwa." 


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Gibbs: "Mlotshwa's evidence regarding his injuries is contradicted by his mother." 


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Defence advocate Wayne Gibbs accuses the victims of fabricating their version of events. 


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