Agliotti case postponed, again

By Andy Rice 5 November 2010

Glenn Agliotti, the alleged mafia boss accused of Brett Kebble's murder in 2005, appeared in the South Gauteng High Court on Friday morning, but the matter was postponed after the defence council failed to file their heads of arguments in time. The defence is attempting to have the murder, attempted murder and the conspiracy to commit murder charges against Agliotti dropped, owing to lack of evidence, but the state is opposing the application. The case will return to court on 17 November. Read more: Sapa, via News24


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