George Louca in court for Lolly Jackson murder

2014-02-10 08:41

George Louca is expected to appear in the Kempton Park Magistrates’ Court today in connection with the murder of Teazers boss, Lolly Jackson.

Louca returned to South Africa yesterday morning after losing his final appeal in the Cypriot Supreme Court, the last of several attempts to evade extradition.

He fled South Africa after the murder of the strip club boss at a house in Edenglen on May 3 2010. He allegedly phoned Gauteng crime intelligence boss Joey Mabasa and confessed to killing Jackson shortly after the murder.

Lieutenant-General Solomon Makgale said yesterday that the Hawks were investigating several other cases to which Louca could possibly be linked.

Louca had previously told the Sunday Times he did not believe he would be granted a fair trial.

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