Sunday, July 31, 2016

Warrant Officer Abraham Sonnekus, The Investigating Officer in The Matter, Have Stated TWO YEARS AGO That Police Were Waiting For DNA Test Results to Come Back.....

South African police whose motto is obviously the same as the one from SA government, "A Single Death is a Tragedy; a Million Deaths is a Statistic" is not in  any hurry to investigate this case either....

On October 24, 2014, warrant Officer Abraham Sonnekus, the investigating officer in the matter, said police were waiting for DNA test results to come back from the forensic laboratory. “We expect to make two arrests once the results are back,” he said....

SO MY QUESTION TO THE SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE IS OBVIOULSY WHAT HAVE HAPEPNED EVER SINCE !!? DID YOU GET YOUR DNA RESULTS AND WHY HAVE YOU DONE NOTHING ABOUT IT EVERSINCE !!? 2 YEARS IS NOT ENOUGH TIME OR YOU ARE WAITING FOR CASE TO AGE AND LOOSE ITS GROUNDS !!?





Article:

Still no arrests in murder mystery

Almost two years since the charred body of a missing KwaZulu-Natal woman was found by private investigator Christian Botha, her distraught East London sister has yet to find closure.

Buffalo Flats resident Noleen Hendricks, 32, said she and her family felt “stuck” because no arrests had been made in connection with the murder of her sister, mother-ofthree, Nicolene Hamman, 34.

A weeping Hendricks said the family’s nightmare began when her sister’s husband of 15 years, Ebrahim Hamman called her on July 20 from their upmarket Harding, KwaZuluNatal, home to say “the devil” had come into their home and taken her.

Hendricks said she at first thought her sister had “taken a break” from her crumbling marriage to Ebrahim, which she later learnt broke down after he discovered she had had an affair.

“But I knew she would never have left her children, plus she took no luggage and none of her bank cards were used.”

Phone calls from her husband that she had been spotted around KZN were investigated by her increasingly desperate family, but yielded nothing.

After a month of no sign of Nicolene, the family hired ace East London private investigator Christian Botha, who used cellphone records to track down her burnt body to a rubbish tip in Harding.

A tooth, finger bones and four rings were all that remained of her body.

Hendricks said she felt like her “heart had been ripped out” by the gruesome find, but assumed arrests would follow.

“Christian did an excellent job. When he found her I thought they would make an arrest that same day, but nothing has happened for two whole years.”

Yesterday, Ebrahim Hamman said he too was frustrated that the investigation was taking so long.

“I also go to the police to ask how it’s going but they say it is under investigation.”

Botha said although a murder investigation had been opened by the police and Hamman’s remains had been sent for DNA testing, the docket had moldered in a safe after the investigating officer was transferred.

“The docket was never sent to the DPP for a decision so no arrests were made.”

“My mother has had a small heart attack and her health has been terrible since this happened,” said Hendricks.

“We want answers from the police and we want her remains back so we can bury her and say goodbye properly.”

Questions sent to Port Shepstone police were not answered at the time of writing.

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