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Slain anti-gang cop Charl Kinnear's work continues in court judgment barring return of guns

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Anti-gang unit senior detective Lt Col Charl Kinnear was gunned down in front of his Bishop Lavis home on Friday 18 September. Photo: Melinda Stuurman
Anti-gang unit senior detective Lt Col Charl Kinnear was gunned down in front of his Bishop Lavis home on Friday 18 September. Photo: Melinda Stuurman

A court judgment relating to a case slain Anti-Gang Unit (AGU) detective Lieutenant-Colonel Charl Kinnear was working on before he was murdered has resulted in the court agreeing that seized guns not be returned to the security company that wanted them back.  

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