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JOHANNESBURG — A coro카지노 사이트nial inquest into the murder of a young woman has been postponed indefinitely after the chief commissioner of police (KNPB) ruled that there was no “obscure circumstance” which would warrant a warrant.
“The fact that it would have happened does not justify the decision taken to postpone it in respect to that time frame,” the KNPB’s chief commissioner, Sir Johan van de Ven, said in a news conference today at the scene of the murder.
JOHANNESBURG — A coronial inquest into the murder of a young woman has been postponed indefinitely after the chief commissioner of police (KNPB) ruled that there was no “obscure circumstance” which would warrant a warrant.
The coronial inquest into the murder of Marguerite Fournette, 25, has been adjourned for another week because of a lack of “obscure circumstances” which might warrant a warrant, Sir Johan van de Ven said.
The chief commissioner was speaking on the first day of the coronial inquiry into the March 2014 deaths of Marguerite Fournette, 25, and her teenage friend Khader Ben Abdallah, 17.
The five-day inquiry into the case had started with the commission of a first degree murder charge against Mr Fournette last March.
When he made those findings, Chief Commissioner Sir Johan rejected Mr Fournette’s claim that he had not taken his life.
During the hearing, Mr van de Ven did not commit to any new findings, only saying that the three days would 우리카지노be used for “an assessment of the circumstances leading up to this tragedy”.
“That’s what we would like to do when this body is coming to an end, because our inquiry will have a longer time to get to its conclusion. It will conclude with the conclusion of what we call the process,” he said.
“We can’t just go through, through the process, saying ‘look, there’s something that can’t possibly be investigated.’ So the final result is, that these circumstances have arisen and they don’t justify us taking it longer. T카지노 사이트he evidence, in fact, suggests it’s better we have time to look at that and then do what’s right for our family.”
Chief Commissioner Sir Johan rejected Mr Fournette’s claims that he had not taken his life
Last month, the inquiry’s initial finding in Mr Fournette’