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GALLERY: Inside the police cell where Neil Aggett allegedly took his life

GALLERY: Inside the police cell where Neil Aggett allegedly took his life

21.1.2020

GALLERY: Inside the police cell where Neil Aggett allegedly took his life

A new inquest into the death of anti-apartheid activist Neil Aggett has been reopened in a Johannesburg court. Aggett, a doctor and trade unionist, died in 1982 in police custody at the then John Vorster Square Police Station .

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Inquest into death of doctor and trade unionist Neil Aggett reopenedThe inquest into the death of anti-apartheid doctor and trade union activist Neil Hudson Aggett will be reopened on Monday – almost 38 years after he died. I almost thought this is Jesus picture

I saw cops ‘harass naked Neil Aggett days before his death’Former detainee Maurice Smithers returned to the Johannesburg Central Police Station, formerly known as John Vorster Square, on a site visit today.

High Court probes death of anti-apartheid Niel AggettMonday was day one of the scheduled five-week inquest into the death of anti-apartheid activist Neil Aggett .

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LIVESTREAM: Inquest into Neil Aggett's death beginsHe died in 1982 after he was detained for seventy days without trial. One wonders if the Blacker than thou brigade and the 'all whites are oppressors' clowns will have anything to say about this. Maybe not, because by virtue they'll be defending a land thief, not so?



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