AS IT HAPPENED: Justice has a way - Bizos on the #AhmedTimol judgment

2017-10-12 09:49

Judge Billy Mothle has delivered his judgment in the inquest into the death of anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol.

Follow News24 journalist Amanda Khoza live from the court.

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Imtiaz Cajee says he is overwhelmed by the judgment

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Ahmed Timol family: We feel vindicated

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Bizos says that following Timol, at least 65 more people were killed by the security police

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Bizos battles the tears as he makes his statement following the inquest judgment into the death of Ahmed Timol

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Bizos questions why magistrates accepted the police version of events where people died in detention

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Bizos says SA failed to learn from the advice of top attorneys

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George Bizos was involved in the first inquest that reached a flawed conclusion

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SACP calls on government to investigate cases where people died in detention

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SACP thanks the family, specifically Imtiaz Cajee

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Steve Biko family representative congratulates the Timol family

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"Advocate Bizos, you are our star, the star of the nation"

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Chair of the Foundation for Human Rights says pages in the archives are missing

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Emotional press conference following the judgment into the inquest of the death of Ahmed Timol

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Marjorie Jobson: "We've had years and years of impunity"

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Marjorie Jobson represents families of victims who died in detention, says case highlights the use of torture

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