Charl Kinnear murder: Nafiz Modack bail application stalls again, will resume next week

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Anti-Gang Unit detective Charl Kinnear
Anti-Gang Unit detective Charl Kinnear
Melinda Stuurman

The drawn-out bail application of Nafiz Modack and others accused of being part of a criminal enterprise in the assassination of Charl Kinnear will continue way past the anniversary of the Anti-Gang Unit detective's death. 

A memorial service and the unveiling of a plaque in his honour are planned to mark the fateful day on 18 September 2020 when he was shot dead outside his house in Bishop Lavis. 

The trigger person has not yet been caught. The Bishop Lavis police officer was working on a complex firearms case when he was killed, leaving two sons and his wife, who attend almost every court appearance, with police guards at their side. 

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