The Johannesburg High Court recently ruled that 80-year-old Joao Rodrigues must be prosecuted for his involvement in the murder of Ahmed Timol, who fell to his death in 1971. Ulrich Roux explains the implications of this landmark ruling, confirming that a person can still be prosecuted 48 years after an alleged offence has been committed.
Timol ruling sets tone for similar cases
- Post published:June 26, 2019
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