Court to visit Moon accident scene

2011-12-06 12:48

Johannesburg - Randburg Magistrate's Court officials will visit an accident scene in Sandhurst, Johannesburg, were former Bafana Bafana star Bryce Moon allegedly hit and killed a woman with his car.

Following the request by Moon's attorney on Tuesday, Magistrate Vince Pienaar, the defence, as well as witnesses would go to Katherine Street where the accident occurred on June 30, 2009.

He faces charges of murder and drunken driving.

"You will be asked to pinpoint the scenes you photographed after the accident," State prosecutor Nadine Nel said to witnesses Nancy and Gregory Turner.

Moon allegedly hit Mavis Ncube with his Mercedes Benz Coupe. She was taken to the Morningside clinic where she died from her injuries.

The Turners were Ncube's employers. She worked as a housekeeper at their guesthouse. They were called to the scene shortly after the accident.

On Monday Gregory Turner told the court he had taken photographs of the accident scene with his camera phone. He used the photographs to testify against Moon.

  • tlou.manaka - 2011-12-06 13:20

    Sometimes I ask myself why the court can take so long time to sentence a perpetrator even though he/her did confess that he did that mistake. Why

  • tbooze - 2011-12-06 13:33

    the verdict would be for him to pay the victims family some amount of money, thats how all famous peoples cases end

      godesha - 2011-12-06 13:38

      Sad, but so true.

      Rainbow - 2011-12-06 14:09

      He had better pay the victims family he has left them without a bread winner and her children are now orphans. If he has any form of common decency , instead of trying to fight the case he should already be at the table finding a way to assist the family

  • Chabi - 2011-12-06 13:39

    Are they taking a space ship or a comet to the moon ?

  • Shaun - 2011-12-06 13:39

    tbooze - agree with your comment and i sincerely hope that is not the case and he is found guilty and sent to jail for committing murder at the end of the day

  • Maai - 2011-12-06 14:11

    "Moon accident scene" shouldnt NASA rather go?

  • mike.clery - 2011-12-06 14:40

    Murder (noun): The unlawful premeditated killing of one human being by another. What's with this new "tendency" to charge drivers with murder? Are prosecutors saying that Moon *planned* to take the victim's life? Or is it a way of of getting the rich and famous off - that if they don't *prove* that the killing was premeditated then he's not guilty?

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