Tuesday, 13 April 2010

More twists in the Terreblanche killing

IN ANOTHER bizarre twist to the Eugene Terre’Blanche murder the nephew of the slain AWB leader now alleges that the family’s domestic worker had earlier been killed after she allegedly uncovered a plot to have his uncle killed.

Andre Nienaber, who is married to the daughter of Andries Terre’Blanche, a brother of the murdered AWB leader, yesterday also dismissed allegations linking his uncle’s death to a homosexual crime.

“This is just another opportunity to crucify Eugene,” said Nienaber, who acts as spokesperson for the Terre’Blanche family.

Nienaber maintains his uncle’s death was planned.

He alleged that the domestic worker of the Terre’Blanche family, who died on March29, was killed because she had information about a plot to have Terre’Blanche murdered.

The worker, Rosie Nsako, who was buried last Thursday, a day before her employer’s funeral, was employed by the family all her working life.

Nienaber said there were allegations that Nsako’s neck was broken after she stumbled on the plot to have his uncle killed.

However, Rapport newspaper yesterday reported that the police had been in Ventersdorp last week to investigate Nsako’s death and the allegations that she had been murdered on Terre’Blanche’s farm.

The investigation, according to Rapport, found that she had collapsed on the road to Ventersdorp and died a day later in a Klerksdorp hospital.

Meanwhile the church minister who buried AWB leader Eugene Terre’Blanche on Friday told the Dispatch he has hidden a statement made to him by a paramedic who arrived at the murder scene on the farm where Terre’blanche was killed.

Ventersdorp paramedics chief Robert van Heerden, who made the trip to the farm, has now been silenced by his bosses after he had earlier, in an exclusive interview with the Daily Dispatch, expressed concern about the murder scene.

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