No evidence in Kgosi photo case


Broadhurst Chief Magistrate, Oahile Lenah-Mokibe found no evidence relating to the accusations by the State that former spy chief, Isaac Kgosi allegedly took photographs of officers from Directorate of Intelligence and Security (DIS) and exposed them to the public.

Mokibe on Monday delivered a ruling in which she dropped a crucial charge against Kgosi on grounds that the State  failed to provide any evidence of the photographs it accused the Kgosi of taking.

Kgosi, who was accused of contravening the DIS Act and slapped with two counts, being prohibition of disclosure of protected identity and obstructing officers and support staff. He now remains charged with a lesser charge of obstructing officers and support staff.

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A step in the right direction

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