CAPE TOWN - The bail use of a previous cop who is blamed for killing his sweetheart resumes in Piketberg on Monday.
Richard Smit purportedly shot and killed Natasha Booise before her friends and family in January.
Piketberg inhabitants are again expected to turn out in their numbers on Monday as they appeal to the court to decline Smit bail.
In January this year, the local area was left shaken by the homicide of Booise supposedly because of Smit who she was involved with.
The exploring official, Ronald Davids, of police guard dog Ipid had been affirming.
He let the court know that witnesses had informed him that Smit called the perished multiple times needing to know where she was as she was not home.
Booise was taking photographs with her family at the Piketberg downtown area.
Smit is accepted to have headed to where they were and supposedly shot the lady.
He functioned as a court methodical at the Piketberg Magistrate's Court at the hour of the offense.
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