Wednesday, March 15, 2006

More intimate details of Zuma rape trial

The Johannesburg High Court has been told that police did not send sheets from former deputy president Jacob Zuma's house for forensic testing because they only gained access to his house about 10 days after a rape charge had been laid against him. According to reports, Police Commissioner Norman Tayiwe said one could not simply go into Zuma’s house without making arrangements to do so. He added that the arrangements had been made through the police's VIP protection services. The court has also been told that Zuma's first statement to police made no mention of consensual sex with the woman who laid the rape charge.


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