Who killed Tinashe Magorimbo?…revisiting the murder mystery that landed DJ Munya behind bars

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13 January 2018 00:45:58 The Herald

Bruce Ndlovu Proverbs 6:26 “For a prostitute will bring you to poverty, but sleeping with another man’s wife will cost you your life.” When Millicent Chimbadza Magorimbo announced on Facebook in November that she was now in a relationship there was jubilation from a handful of her followers on the social media site, with most... Full article on Who killed Tinashe Magorimbo?…revisiting the murder mystery that landed DJ Munya behind bars

Vice All News Time13 January 2018 00:45:58


Who killed Benazir Bhutto? – theories behind the murder

0.89313227 27 December 2017 20:25:30 WN.com - World News

Ten years after former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, the first woman to lead a Muslim nation, was killed in Rawalpindi the unanswered questions about her assassination still fuel conspiracy theories. ......

Vice All News Time27 December 2017 20:25:30

Murdered woman's boyfriend behind bars

0.70099235 13 August 2017 16:46:06 WN.com - Africa News

Cape Town - The boyfriend of murdered Khayelitsha woman Aviwe Jam Jam will spend at least another four weeks in prison until his next court appearance. Linda Ntula appeared in the Khayelitsha Magistrate's Court on Friday on charges of attempted murder after he allegedly attacked Jam Jam's stepfather, and malicious damage to property. Ntula and Jam Jam have a two-year-old son. She was living with him at the...

Vice All News Time13 August 2017 16:46:06

Top Sailor's Murderers Behind Bars

0.68624526 17 November 2016 13:34:09 WN.com - Africa News

Four men who were found guilty of murdering top SA sailor Rob Meek were sentenced at the Port St Johns Circuit Court on Wednesday. ......

Vice All News Time17 November 2016 13:34:09

90 years behind bars for man who killed 3 family members

0.68624526 08 November 2016 20:09:16 WN.com - World News

A Virginia man who pleaded guilty to killing his parents and his sister at their home last year has been sentenced to 90 years. Local news agencies report 29-year-old Carl ......

Vice All News Time08 November 2016 20:09:16

Who's behind these mysterious serial killings? The police!

0.68624526 19 August 2015 10:43:36 The Asian Age

(Representational Image) Their alleged motive? Revenge Rio De Janeiro : The men wearing black ski masks look almost relaxed as they stroll around the Sao Paulo bar, gently arranging patrons against a wall, then shooting them. But even more terrifying than the security camera footage is that the main suspects in the massacre are police themselves. The victims in the bar, a modest drinking hole with a pool table and plastic chairs, were among 18 gunned down execution-style in several locations within the space of a few hours Thursday in Brazil's biggest city. And they were only part of a much bigger toll from the chaotic underbelly of a country that would prefer to be known for its industrial might, the Amazon jungle, carnivals and hosting next year's Rio Olympics. On Monday, almost 550 kilometers (340 miles) from Sao Paulo in Uberlandia, five people, one of them a woman, were shot dead in a fusillade of what were reportedly .380 caliber bullets. And more than a thousand kilometers away this July, 37 people were shot dead over a single weekend in Manaus, the capital of the Amazon region and one of the cities that hosted the 2014 football World Cup. In each case, and many others that received less media attention, the police are widely considered the likely culprits. Their alleged motive? Revenge. In Sao Paulo, a security guard and a police officer had just been killed. In Uberlandia, a prison guard had been killed on his way home the day before the massacre. In Manaus, a sergeant from the national paramilitary police had been murdered as he came out of a bank. Failed by the state "These cases are fairly frequent," said Rafael Alcadipani da Silveira, an expert on the police and a member of the Brazilian Forum on Public Security. Alcadipani explained that police often mete out their own justice in Brazil because they feel let down by the state, especially in the cases of killings of unprotected off-duty officers. "What happens is that if you see your friend is killed and nothing is done, you take things into your own hands and avenge your friend," he said. Crime statistics in Brazil are often incomplete and unreliable and Alcadipani says an official estimate of 500 police officers killed annually is not even half the true number. Seventy five percent of those killings involve off-duty officers, according to the latest Brazilian Public Security Yearbook. Alcadipani said around 80 percent of police have had a close colleague who was murdered, while 52 percent say they have trouble providing for their families, given that civil police officers earn only around ($865) a month. Will of the people Large portions of Brazilian society seem happy to put up with state lawlessness if it's directed at criminal suspects. Even vigilante justice by ordinary citizens gets a sympathetic hearing on social media forums and in commentaries on news sites. Photographs of mob lynchings -- including one in which a young man was tied to a post and beaten to death in the far northeastern town of Sao Luis de Maranho -- regularly appear in newspapers without arousing protest. "If they killed bandits, you could say that was a good thing. Brazil is in an undeclared war," ran a typical comment on Band News after the site published the security camera footage of the Sao Paulo bar killings. Despite strong suspicion of police involvement in the three recent massacres, few expect convictions anytime soon. Even in Manaus, the senior local police officers remain in their posts and little progress has been made, despite a month-long investigation. In Sao Paulo, officials have acted quickly to launch a probe and on Tuesday announced that at least 10 people had been involved in the executions, with security officers the main suspects. However, analysts say that successful prosecutions are rare. Camila Dias, an expert on violence at the University of Sao Paulo, said that "death squads" operate almost with impunity. "Almost all the massacres that take place in Sao Paulo have military police involvement. The dynamic of the executions, the use of masks, the timing, the large numbers of victims, all this is a model that gets repeated," she said. "Sadly, many times we see police participation, but it can't always be proved in court."

Vice null Time19 August 2015 10:43:36

Murder accused to remain behind bars

0.68624526 09 June 2015 07:38:20 WN.com - Africa News

27-year-old Gift Sabango on Monday abandoned his bail application....

Vice All News Time09 June 2015 07:38:20

DJ Munya challenges court

0.68624526 09 January 2015 11:02:47 NewsDay Zimbabwe

STAR FM DJ Munyaradzi Milimo, who is accused of hiring “hit-men” to allegedly kill his wife’s boyfriend, yesterday challenged the magistrate after his application for further remand refusal was turned down. DJ Munya challenges court : NewsDay Zimbabwe .

Vice All News Time09 January 2015 11:02:47

DJ Munya defies court rules

0.68624526 08 January 2015 23:16:26 The Herald

Tendai Rupapa Senior Court Reporter There was drama in court yesterday when frustrated Star FM presenter DJ Munyaradzi Milimo, who is accused of murder, challenged the magistrate for ruling in favour of the State when he dismissed his fifth bid for freedom. Milimo and his alleged accomplices, Taurai Jani and Mohammed Matare, are accused of...

Vice All News Time08 January 2015 23:16:26

DJ Munya murder case: No joy for State

0.60046464 08 January 2015 09:50:13 NewsDay Zimbabwe

THE South African government has refused to assist the PG's Office in conducting toxicology tests to establish the cause of death of the late Tinashe Magorimbo whose demise led to Star FM DJ Munyaradzi Milimo’s arrest in May 2013. DJ Munya murder case: No joy for State : NewsDay Zimbabwe .

Vice All News Time08 January 2015 09:50:13

No joy for DJ Munya

0.5977484 04 November 2014 22:52:25 The Herald

Tendai Rupapa Senior Court Reporter Star FM presenter DJ Munyaradzi Milimo and his alleged accomplices, Taurai Jani and Mohammed Matare, who are accused of kidnapping and murdering Tinashe Magorimbo through poisoning, will remain on remand after their second application for freedom hit a brick wall yesterday. Through their lawyer, Mr Lucky Mauwa of Magomeza and...

Vice All News Time04 November 2014 22:52:25