Monday, August 14, 2006

Baby Jordan trial continues in Cape High Court

By Chanel September

After five months of in and out court proceedings Natasha Norton can finally receive closure. Norton says that not to be looking forward to the trial, but feels that it is better for the trial to come to an end.

Norton told Independent Online that she is a keen hockey player, has just returned from two hockey tours and is spending her time relaxing.

The state has alleges that the suspected mastermind Dina Rodrigues hired Sipho Mfaze, (33) Mongezi Bobotyane (22) Zanethemba (18) and a 16-year- old youth to kill the infant.

All pleaded not guilty to the charges of murder, conspiracy to commit murder, aggravated theft and illegal possession of a firearm and ammunition.

The trial resumes in the Cape High Court on Monday where the defence will be opening their case.

1 Comments:

At Saturday, 05 May, 2007, Blogger Kylie said...

"WE THOUGHT OF YOU WITH LOVE TODAY
BUT THAT IS NOTHING NEW
WE THOUGHT ABOUT YOU YESTERDAY
AND DAYS BEFORE THAT TOO
WE THINK OF YOU IN SILENCE
WE OFTEN SPEAK YOUR NAME
NOW ALL WE HAVE IS MEMORIES
AND YOUR PICTURE IN A FRAME
YOUR MEMORY IS OUR KEEPSAKE
WITH WHICH WE'LL NEVER PART
GOD HAS YOU IN HIS KEEPING
WE HAVE YOU IN OUR HEART"


"DONT THINK OF HER AS GONE AWAY
HER JOURNEY'S JUST BEGUN
LIFE HOLDS SO MANY FACETS
THIS EARTH IS ONLY ONE
JUST THINK OF HER AS RESTING
FROM THE SORROWS AND THE TEARS
IN A PLACE OF WARMTH AND COMFORT
WHERE THERE ARE NO DAYS AND YEARS
THINK HOW SHE MUST BE WISHING
THAT WE COULD KNOW TODAY
HOW NOTHING BUT OUR SADNESS
CAN REALLY PASS AWAY
AND THINK OF HER AS LIVING
IN THE HEARTS OF THOSE SHE TOUCHED...
FOR NOTHING LOVED IS EVER LOST
AND SHE WAS LOVED SO MUCH!"

 

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