Surprise Over Public Access to Terre’Blanche Trial

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Advocacy groups have expressed surprise at Judge Joseph Raulinga’s decision to allow members of the public and members of the Terre’Blanche family to view the testimony of the teenager alleged to have been involved in the murder of Eugene Terre’Blanche, via closed-circuit television (CCTV).

Morgan Courtenay, an attorney at the Centre for Child Law, said the centre was surprised by the judge’s decision to allow the public and members of the Terre’Blanche family to sit in on the testimony, albeit in an adjoining room with a CCTV link to the court, without a substantive application for access having been made by those parties.

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