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Three accused men, who appeared in court for the vigilante killings of two farm workers in Parys, have been granted R10 000 bail each. A fourth accused, a minor, will remain with his parents until the next court appearance.
Back in February, News24 reported that a police officer, who was implicated in
the murder of two suspected farm attackers, had been suspended.
It was not clear how Captain Hendrick
Prinsloo was involved in the matter, but he had appeared in the
Parys Magistrate's Court with four other people implicated in the
News24's Wim Pretorius reports from court: Boeta van der Westhuizen, one of the accused, due to appear tomorrow, sitting in court.
The court is quite full.
Earlier this week, Netwerk24 reported that one of the 40 witnesses to the murders of Tjixa and Jubeba said the attack on Van der Westhuizen never happened.
“I’m not going to jail for someone else’s actions,” the witness reportedly said.
Three men are expected to appear in the Parys Magistrate's Court on
Thursday in connection with the alleged vigilante killing of two men
suspected of involvement in a farm attack.
One of them is an 18-year-old matric pupil, Netwerk24 reported on Thursday.
Loedie van der Westhuizen, 73, alleged that while he was feeding his
dogs on his farm near Parys on January 6, two armed men confronted him
and demanded R20 000.
He claimed he was pistol-whipped, but managed to run into his house and press a panic button. His attackers ran away.
A group of local farmers tracked and confronted the two suspected
attackers, Samuel Tjixa and Simon Jubeba, about 8km from the farm. The
farmers allegedly assaulted them before handing them to police.
was admitted to Parys Provincial Hospital and Jubeba to Pelonomi
Hospital. Jubeba was declared dead on arrival. Tjixa died later.
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