Satanic ritual accused found guilty

2013-11-07 15:27
Kirsty Theologo (Picture: Sapa)

Kirsty Theologo (Picture: Sapa)

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Cape Town – Two men accused of the killing of Kirsty Theologo were found guilty in South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg, sitting in Palm Ridge, on Thursday, according to reports.

Jacaranda News tweeted that Robin Harwood and Lindon Wagner wept in court after they were found guilty.

Eyewitness News tweeted that Courtney Daniels was found guilty of assault and acquitted of murder and attempted murder.

According to EWN Harvey Isha was acquitted.

Theologo, 18, was assaulted and set alight in an alleged Satanic ritual in October 2011.

She died in hospital a week later due to her injuries. Her 14-year-old friend survived the attack.

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