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The Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg has dismissed the application of apartheid-era cop Joao "Jan" Roderigues for a permanent stay of prosecution.
The criminal case against apartheid-era cop Joao "Jan" Rodrigues is facing further delays as the court awaits a judgment from the bench hearing his stay of prosecution application.
Apartheid era cop Joao Jan Roderigues, accused of murdering Ahmed Timol is expected to find out if he will get a stay of prosecution, as the South Gauteng High Court is expected to hand down judgment.
A lawyer from the State Attorney's office has received a tongue lashing in his absence in the Gauteng High Court for his failure to attend court proceedings.
Apartheid-era cop Joao "Jan" Rodrigues will know the outcome of his permanent stay of prosecution application, the National Prosecuting Authority has confirmed.
Apartheid-era cop Joao "Jan" Rodrigues will have to wait a little longer to find out whether his application for a stay of prosecution, in connection with the murder of anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol, is successful.
Fighting to clear his name, apartheid era cop Joao Jan Rodrigues says he should benefit from amnesty former president Nelson Mandela granted, or an agreement reached at the highest level of government, that politically motivated crimes preceding 1994 would not be prosecuted.
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