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Shrien Dewani fights to clear his name

by | 8th, December 2014

 

Ami Denborg, left, and her brother Anish Hindocha, right, react after the court case that acquitted their sister's former husband Shrien Dwani from murdering her at the high court in Cape Town, South Africa, Monday, Dec. 8, 2014. British man Shrien Dwani accused of killing his wife Anni while they were on honeymoon in Cape Town was acquitted of murder on Monday after a South African judge concluded that the prosecution's case did not have sufficient evidence. Shrien Dewani promptly descended stairs leading out of the courtroom following the not guilty ruling by Cape Town High Court Judge Jeanette Traverso. (AP Photo/Schalk van Zuydam)

Ami Denborg, left, and her brother Anish Hindocha, right, react after the court case that acquitted their sister’s former husband Shrien Dwani from murdering her at the high court in Cape Town, South Africa, Monday, Dec. 8, 2014. 

 

Shrien Dewani is free. He did not have a part in the killing of his wife, Anni Dewani.

In a South African court, Dewani’s lawyer said Pieter Engelbrecht, the policeman responsible, was “miles away from being an objective witness”.

The Times reports:

The lead policeman in the case, Captain Paul Hendrickse, left the court in tears.

Shrien Dewani must now fight to clear his name and reputation.

Such are the facts…



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