The infamous cop killer who sought out insurance money for killer her family has been found guilty on all five murder charges, incitement to commit murder, attempted murder, defeating the ends of justice and fraud.
The story that has gripped Mzansi for the past couple of months is finally over. Rosemary Ndlovu, the cop killer who orchestrated hits on her family has been found guilty on all counts. South Africa has been synonymous over the years with high profile cases with the likes of Jub Jub and Oscar Pistorius all being found guilty. This story takes the cake as former Thembisa police officer Rosemary Ndlovu, used her police knowledge to put out the hits. She would have gotten away with it if the hitman she hired went through with killing her mother. Luckily, some sense prevailed, and now she will be locked away for good.
The court has been adjourned. She will be back in court on 5 November for sentencing.
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