Defence grills teen: ‘Miguel’s mother told you to say this’
It was a gruelling two days for a Durban teen who, despite testifying via a video link, had to point out the suspect
The state’s first witness in the Miguel Louw murder case was put through his paces by the legal team defending the accused, Mohammed Vahed Ebrahim, on Wednesday.
Earlier in the day in open court, the youngster, who cannot be named because he is a minor, identified Ebrahim as the man who was looking for Miguel at his school on the day he disappeared last year.
The boy testified via a video link to the court on Tuesday with the help of an intermediary and an interpreter...