das ist interessant......http://www.enca.com/south-africa/agliotti-supports-oscar-pistorius
PRETORIA - Oscar Pistorius is getting support from a seemingly unlikely source: convicted drug trafficker Glenn Agliotti.
Agliotti faced prosecution from the same team who are now trying Pistorius and he said his experiences show that the Blade Runner wouldn't get a fair trial.
Gerrie Nel and Andrea Johnson ensured Agliotti's arrest for the so-called assisted suicide murder of mining magnate Brett Kebble, and then used his evidence to convict former National Police Commissioner Jackie Selebi, of corruption.http://mg.co.za/article/2010-11-25-glenn-agliotti-cleared-of-kebble-murder
....“Accused, stand,” said Judge Frans Kgomo at the end of a lengthy summary in the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg on Thursday.
“You are consequently found not guilty and discharged in terms of Section 204,” said Kgomo.
Kgomo granted Agliotti’s discharge application, effectively freeing him from the four charges against him including a count of murder for the 2005 Kebble slaying......
Kgomo was harsh on the prosecution and the investigators in handing down his judgement......
After lunch, Kgomo told the court that the testimony of Kebble’s butler, Andrew Minnaar and of Nassif’s colleague, Steven Saunders, did not take the trial further or add anything new.
“The prima facie view that I hold at this time is that I thought there would be evidence led that would causally connect the accused with one or more of the transgressions in the indictment, but in hindsight it looks like the state placed booby traps along the way ... like covering the roadway with rocks in the hopes that a certain vehicle would travel that way and may perchance ... damage itself and ... travel no further,” he said.
Kgomo said the three cellphone experts called to the witness stand could not say who the phones were registered to, could not exclude the manipulation of cellphone records, and one of them had not received the Section 205 subpoena required to issue confidential records.
“There was an abuse of the system by police. My considered view is that if this state of affairs ... is allowed ... to persist, we should all be very afraid.”http://www.taz.de/!61921/
Der südafrikanische "Drogenbaron" Glenn Agliotti war wegen Mordes angeklagt und seit 2006 inhaftiert. Nun ist er frei und will die Staatsanwaltschaft verklagen.
......Agliottis Fall war dem Richter nicht wasserdicht genug, die Zeugen des Kebble-Mordes schienen ihm zu unglaubwürdig. Jetzt stehen die südafrikanischen Strafverfolger als Dilettanten da.http://www.citypress.co.za/news/how-glenn-agliotti-won-onjudgment-day-20101128/
hm, na mal sehen, ob sich die Anklage hier besser anstellt