Man accused of raping, murdering Cape Town teen expected in court

2016-12-08 08:18
Murder accused Cameron Wilson in court. (Tammy Petersen, News24)

Murder accused Cameron Wilson in court. (Tammy Petersen, News24)

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Cape Town – The case of a man accused of raping and murdering Cape Town teenager Lekita Moore has been transferred to the Western Cape High Court.

During his last appearance, Cameron Wilson made a brief appearance in the Bishop Lavis Magistrate’s Court. The case was postponed to December 8 in the Western Cape High Court.

Her body was found in a veld in Nooitgedacht on September 12 after she had left home to go to a karaoke party in Valhalla Park.

Moore, 18, had been stabbed 98 times, and parts of her genitals and one breast were cut off.

She was left naked in the dirt.

Wilson was out on bail in connection with another case when Moore was killed.

Moore’s friend Xavier Bester was shot and killed the night Moore’s body was found.

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