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A suspected in a cash-in-transit theft pulls a surprise, Genius was a female character

A suspected in a cash-in-transit theft pulls a surprise. Genius was a female character.


In trial, a cash-in-transit heist suspect shocked everyone when he said there was an eyewitness who might clear his reputation.


Chris Nel, who represents Lusanda Ludziya, claims he has had an alibi.


Ludziya, 35, Sonwabo Gcuwa, 39, and Simthembile Qhongoshani, 35, were convicted in March of homicide, two counts of assault, burglary with extenuating factors, and just one offense each of unlawful weapon and ammo ownership.


Nontuthuzelo Majola, a former law enforcement policeman, was only convicted convicted of stealing.


On May 2, 2018, a Fidelity money van was robbed in broad daylight, wounding one of the victims.

Sibongile Nozinxezu, 35, was cleared of all counts after the judge decided that the prosecution had managed to produce evidence that he was facing criminal charges whether explicitly or implicitly.


During this elevated car chase across the neighborhoods of Gqeberha, Malibongwe Boletyeni, 27, was murdered in a gunfight with policemen on the intersection of Ditchling Road and Pursuit Boulevard in Algoa Park.


Majola, that were transported the vehicle to the Sasol station in Linton Grange on the afternoon of the event, was detained and her telephone recovered by detectives on May 11th, 2018.


Source: https://www.heraldlive.co.za/weekend-post/your-weekend/2022-05-06-convicted-cash-in-transit-robber-claims-to-have-an-alibi-witness/



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