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Judgement set in murder case

Apr 17, 2013, 8:53 AM | Article By: Malamin L.M. Conteh

Justice Emmanuel Nkea of the Special Criminal Court in Banjul yesterday adjourned the murder case involving one Musa Camara, a native of Sanyang village, in the West Coast Region, for judgement.

The case was then adjourned till 23 April 2013, for judgment.

It would be recalled that during the cause of the trial the prosecution called several witnesses and tendered exhibits, while the accused person also opened his defence and gave sworn evidence.

When the case was called, the defence counsel from the Legal Aid informed the court that they were closing their defence, which prompted the court to adjourn the case for judgment.

The accused, Musa Camara, was alleged to have murdered one Alhagie Conta, also a native of Sanyang, by hitting him and giving him knee box, a charge he had since denied.