Asked by IreneJ
on 12-02-2020 16:13:41
Question posted in the Criminal Law
category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 0.00
one the 21st of January 2020, my son was killed on the R104 near Rustenburg, he was only 21, a culpaple homice case has been opened at the rustenburg police station, as far as i know he got side swiped by toyota fortuner, something just does not feel right about the whole scenario, the damages to his bike does not correspondent with the event that allegedly took place, the vehicle registration number came back negative after i checked it out. the police does not want to give me any information regarding the accident. i just dont know what to do
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Posted by Att. Patrick on 13-02-2020 12:46:54
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You need to contact the Investigating Officer, or the Captain at the Rustenburg SAPS, and speak to them to find out what is happening in the investigations.
Otherwise, you could lay a complaint with IPID and ask them to investigate the SAPS conduct.
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