My rights are violated, says Kinnear accused. Nonsense, says prosecution
The battle lines have been drawn ahead of the bail hearing in the Charl Kinnear murder case
If the verbal exchanges in the Charl Kinnear murder case on Monday are anything to go by, the defence and the prosecution are set for a bruising bail hearing.
Former rugby player and debt collector Zane Kilian, 39, appeared in the Bishop Lavis Magistrates’ Court in Cape Town under the watchful eye of a heavily armed contingent of the police anti-gang unit on Monday morning.
Kilian’s counsel, Eckhard Röseman, bitterly complained that his client’s constitutional rights have been infringed. He said he had been in police custody for too long before his bail application could be heard...