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Judge's signature forged - expert

2012-09-10 21:22

Johannesburg - A handwriting expert testified on Monday that the wife of slain acting judge Patrick Maqubela tried to forge his signature on his will, SABC radio reported.

Colonel Marco van der Hammen told the Western Cape High Court that Maqubela's signature on a will dated 2009 had changed from 2003.

Thandi Maqubela is suspected altering the will to make herself the major beneficiary.

Maqubela's body was found in his luxury apartment in Bantry Bay in June 2009. Thandi and her co-accused, businessman Vela Mabena, face charges of murder, fraud and forgery. Both have pleaded not guilty.

Comments
  • ngaka.sehlola - 2012-09-10 22:26

    I had no doubt at all that she'd everything to do with her husband's death....nxa this woman.

  • bongani.mahlangu.923724 - 2012-09-10 22:36

    Mxm even devil is better than her.

  • LaBenito - 2012-09-11 07:31

    Yoh! Women

  • John Peter Steyn - 2012-09-11 08:27

    Witch! Burn her!!

  • ally.oh.7 - 2012-09-11 10:11

    Oh, this woman has dug a very deep hole of fraud and lies and obfuscation, and she's about to topple headlong right into it. It appears she in effect sentenced her husband to death; shouldn't the courts sentence her to the same fate?

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