Cele vows heads will roll after top Cape Town cop is killed

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Police Minister Bheki Cele, Nicolette Kinnear and her son Casleigh speak to the press yesterday. Picture: Edre du Toit
Police Minister Bheki Cele, Nicolette Kinnear and her son Casleigh speak to the press yesterday. Picture: Edre du Toit

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Heads are set to roll in the police force because the country’s number three investigating officer and his family did not get the protection they needed when they were threatened by figures enmeshed in Cape Town’s dark underworld.

Lieutenant Colonel Charl Kinnear was gunned down outside his home in Bishop Lavis on Friday.

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