In Shock| Babita Deokaran's killers under hot water as justice is served
We hope justice will be served for the politician women who was shot to death.
The six men charged with the murder of Babita Deokaran feel they have become victims of a malfunctioning criminal justice system - after it was revealed at their appearance on Tuesday at the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court that the machines used to record proceedings were not working.
The killers believe they are being failed by the justice system due to delays. With that being said, they have been in custody for more than a month for the murder of Babita Deokaran.
Even though there are other alternatives for recording the procedures, do they have the right to make such demands. They gunned down a women who was unarmed and killed her brutally.
Please leave a comment. Do you think these man have the right to demand that their bail be rushed??? We are talking about serving justice for a murder.
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