OPPOSITION activists Joana Mamombe and Cecilia Chimbiri have demanded the primary CCTV gadget utilized to extract footage that the Point out wants to put as proof.
They encounter costs of faking their abduction.
The duo, who are represented by Alec Muchadehama and Jeremiah Bhamu, experienced challenged the State to let them time to review the films and get ready their defence.
But the state represented by Michael Reza had told Muchadehama and Bhamu to go to the CID Cyber office section at the CID Headquarters to watch the CCTV footage inside of their lab.
Reza experienced questioned that they only see certain sections of the movie.
Muchadehama then visited the CID Headquarters and uncovered out that all a few video clips utilized as proof are 1 hour very long, and are not able to be considered in an hour as advised by magistrate Religion Mushure.
On return to courtroom, Muchadehama explained they to look at one particular video clip from Hen inn.
Muchadehama stated they requested the police officers to obtain the footage on their flash but they unsuccessful to do so.
“The accused persons have been denied an chance to analyse the video clip. We have been supplied 1 hour to see the a few films,” Muchedehama stated.
Justice of the peace Faith Mushure granted Muchadehama’s software to be specified 48 several hours to look at and analyze the movie.
“The court’s watch is that they should be allowed to check out the footage. This court docket does not see the prejudice if the defence is given the video clip 48 hours and the subject is hereby postponed to 29 June for trial continuation,” Mushure claimed.