Montshiwa murder trial: Prosecution evidence inadmissible

Michael Montshiwa FILE PIC
Michael Montshiwa FILE PIC

The prosecution in the murder trial of slain Fairground Holdings chief executive officer, Michael Montshiwa will not be able to submit all the evidence they had hoped would help in the case.

As part of its case against the accused persons, David Modise and Tumelo Tshukudu, the prosecution had wished to submit into evidence computer printouts from two telecommunication operators (PTO), Mascom Wireless and Orange Botswana, to show call traffic between the first accused, Modise and the deceased.

The State also wished to submit a ballistics report prepared in Zimbabwe, which identified the gun and bullet used in the murder of Montshiwa.

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