Kebble murder trial continues

2010-02-03 10:19

THE Brett Kebble murder trial is expected to continue in the

Johannesburg High Court today.

Convicted drug trafficker Glenn Agliotti is accused of the

so-called assisted suicide of the mining magnate in September 2005.


co-accused, John Stratton, is yet to be extradited from Australia to face the


The case was postponed on Monday for the appointment of a new judge

because Judge Meyer Joffe was already presiding in another case in which

Agliotti was the main State witness, and during which he testified about the

Kebble murder.

Judge Kathy Satchwell has been appointed to preside over the murder


Agliotti has claimed the killing was an assisted suicide, saying

Kebble planned it with his former security head Clinton Nassif, who is a State

witness in the Kebble case.

Agliotti alleges that Nassif, Mikey Shultz and Faizal Smith all

conspired to kill Kebble.

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