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Here Is The Latest Update Regarding The Natasha Boosie Case

https://ewn.co.za/2022/01/14/picketberg-community-doesn-t-want-bail-for-natasha-booise-s-alleged-killer?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter



CAPE TOWN - The bail use of Piketberg cop Richard Smit who was blamed for having killed his better half would just be heard at a later stage.


On Thursday, Smit showed up in the Piketberg Magistrate's Court.


He was captured recently, not long after he supposedly shot and killed Natasha Booise before her relatives.


Smit was off the clock at that point.


Piketberg inhabitants accumulated at court to voice their indignation at Booise's homicide.


Smit deals with seven indictments, including murder and endeavored murder.


Be that as it may, his appearance was brief. He's tenderizing another legal counselor ready, unmistakable Cape Town guard attorney William Booth.


Corner was not in court and the matter was delayed to Monday for him to come on record and for another date to be set for the bail hearing.


Local area extremist Billy Claasen said the local area was maddened by Booise's killing.


"Smit should be an encouraging sign and the defend the local area is searching for. He involved his situation in the public eye and hence the court has to realize we don't need him to get bail," Claasen said.


Claasen said they would not be hushed in their calls for equity for the person in question.

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