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July 27 at 1:32am · Polokwane, South Africa ·
Venda University law-student Edward Raatji, arrested for selling human body parts, appeared for his bail-hearing in Polokwane court yesterday. He was caught at a taxi-rank moving a woman’s skull and genitals to a "client" two weeks ago. Earlier co-accused Stanley Mohlake told the court "he only transported the human parts, unaware of what was inside the bag". Mohlake 's case was moved to Mokerong court where he abandoned his bail-application. Raatji, the first accused in the case, continues with his bail application today. Raatji, a second-year law student at the University of Venda, told the court that he had three informal meetings with Mohlake prior to their arrest. He said he cancelled two meetings and plans to have a meeting with Mohlake, but could not explain why. They were arrested on 10 July 2016 after they were found “marketing unusual products” at a taxi rank in Pietersburg/Polokwane. The State accused the two men of killing an unknown woman and chopping off her head and genitals.
Picture: Edward Raatji and his co-accused Stanley Mohlake appeared at their bail application which was postponed by the Pietersburg/Polokwane Magistrates' Court on Tuesday
26 July 2016
– African News Agency http://citizen.co.za/…/limpopo-alleged-body-parts-merchant…/ -
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