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Terror accused twins case still dragging 39 months after their arrest | The Star

Prosecutor reveals that defence lawyers served the State with 300 questions on September 3.

2019-10-08 01:01:00 PM

Lawyers for the Thulsie twins, accused of planning terrorist acts mostly against establishments and individuals identified as anti-Islam, have sent the State 300 questions that they want answered before their trial can start. TheStar_news

Prosecutor reveals that defence lawyers served the State with 300 questions on September 3.

While it has seen several false starts, prosecutor Adele Barnard informed the court yesterday of another development that forced the shifting of trial commencement.Barnard revealed that defence lawyers served the State with a request for further particulars on September 3.

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