JOHANNESBURG - The six men accused of the homicide of Gauteng Department of Health informant Babita Deokaran say they were all unjustly captured and compelled to sign an admission, asserting they were tormented by police.
This was said in the Johannesburg Magistrates Court where the six have applied for bail.
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Deokaran was shot and killed outside her home in August subsequent to dropping her little girl off at school.
Her passing is accepted to be a designated hit in association with her job as an observer in a test into a PPE deceitful agreement in the division.
One of the men, Siphakanyiswa Dladla, separated himself from the homicide.
Perusing his testimony, Dladla's legal counselor Peter Wilkins said his customer was made to sign an admission under pressure.
He affirmed police cautioned his customer that should he not coordinate, he would be hurt.
The State is relied upon to introduce its contentions on why the six blamed ought not be allowed bail.
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