WATCH | 'It's been exhausting': Kinnear's family preparing for next long haul after Modack denied bail

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Nicolette Kinnear outside the Blue Downs Regional Court.
Nicolette Kinnear outside the Blue Downs Regional Court.
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On Wednesday, the widow of the late Anti-Gang Unit (AGU) detective Charl Kinnear sank into her sons' arms on hearing that Nafiz Modack, Jacques Cronje and AGU policeman Ashley Tabisher would not be released on bail. 

"We are nine months down the line, and it has been exhausting," said Nicolette Kinnear outside the Blue Down Regional Court after the bail judgment was handed down. 

She had been to almost every court appearance since her husband was murdered outside their family home in Bishop Lavis on 18 September 2020. 

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