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Truth Revealed || Identity of Tavern mass shooting killers exposed, here’s what they said 

The preliminary hearing for Kamohelo Motankisi (age 34) and Lerato Selepe (age 22) centered around their roles in the murders of seven people. The general public and the investigating authorities have reason to be very concerned about the circumstances that led to this awful attack on horticulture expertise.

They planned to post bail since, despite the measures taken to kill the ranch workers, they clearly did not want to be imprisoned.

Kestell, in the Free State, was the site of the incident; the suspect is said to have confessed to the infractions and made shocking admissions to the police, who would investigate properly; at first, many people thought the ranch may be plotting mischief. have to do with

The suspect’s defense attorney stated that their client wanted to settle the case quickly and was prepared to admit guilt. Despite the extreme illegality of their actions, it was clear that the suspect did not intend to spend a long time behind bars. The defendant must face 12 charges, including murder, burglary, robbery, robbery, assault, and unauthorized use of a gun. It was also determined that the offender used a siphon activity shotgun to kill the victims.

The 34-year-old shouted in court as the assault case was reviewed, “We expect the suspects had regret, and they basically merited being embarrassed for killing seven individuals!”

As the judge probably didn’t want to find out about their prior convictions, Legal Aid helped them with that.

After the murders of Sesi Smit and his family (including his 17-year-old daughter Rhudi Binta and his five employees Nokuva Monareng, Nomasonto Zulu, Nomasotsha Maduna, Kgodu Moloi, and Lerato Moloi), the suspects were promptly apprehended.

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