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January 16, 2015
Some of the illegal, lost and unwanted firearms are seen after being destroyed and about to be melted...
Vereeniging, South Africa
Some of the illegal, lost and unwanted firearms are seen after being destroyed and about to be melted...
Some of the illegal, lost and unwanted firearms are seen after being destroyed and about to be melted in Vereeniging, south of Johannesburg,January 16, 2015. The South African Police Service (SAPS) said in a statement they are determined to step up the fight against illegal arms and ammunition to ensure that South Africa becomes a safe and crime free country, by destroying and melting illegal firearms. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: CRIME LAW)
CRIME SAFRICA
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January 20, 2006
Charl Colyn (L) holds his daughter, Isabel while their fellow accused, Jacques Smith (2nd R) and Ruan...
Vereeniging, South Africa
Colyn holds his daughter while their fellow accused look on after a bail hearing in the Vereeniging Magistrates...
Charl Colyn (L) holds his daughter, Isabel while their fellow accused, Jacques Smith (2nd R) and Ruan Swanepoel (R) look on after a bail hearing in the Vereeniging Magistrates Court January 20, 2006. The four are accused of murdering three workers at a dry-cleaning firm in the town south of Johannesburg by strangling them and stuffing their bodies in washing machines. Bail was denied and the case was postponed to February. Reuters/Siphiwe Sibeko
CRIME SAFRICA
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January 20, 2006
Protesters demonstrate, after the court denied bail to four people accused of murdering workers at a...
Vereeniging, South Africa
Protesters demonstrate outside the Vereeniging Magistrates court south of Johannesburg
Protesters demonstrate, after the court denied bail to four people accused of murdering workers at a dry cleaning firm, outside the Vereeniging Magistrates court south of Johannesburg, South Africa, January 20, 2006. Charl Colyn, his daughter Isabel, son-in-law Jacques Smit, and friend Ruan Swanepoel are accused of killing three laundry workers and stuffing their bodies in washing machines. REUTERS/Salim Henry
CRIME SAFRICA
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January 20, 2006
Protesters demonstrate outside the Vereeniging Magistrates court south of Johannesburg, South Africa,...
Vereeniging, South Africa
Protesters demonstrate outside the Vereeniging Magistrates court south of Johannesburg
Protesters demonstrate outside the Vereeniging Magistrates court south of Johannesburg, South Africa, January 20, 2006. The court denied bail to four people accused of murdering workers at a dry cleaning firm. Charl Colyn, his daughter Isabel, son-in-law Jacques Smit, and friend Ruan Swanepoel are accused of killing three laundry workers and stuffing their bodies in washing machines. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
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