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Monday, 9 March 2009

Shamiela Thomas wife of alleged 28s gangster and murder suspect George "Geweld" Thomas is to appear in court

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wife of alleged 28s gangster and murder suspect George "Geweld" Thomas is to appear in court on charges relating to the illegal possession of drugs.The charges relate to drugs allegedly found by police of the specialised organised crime unit when they arrested Shamiela Thomas, 25, at her home on Thursday after the court issued a warrant for her on charges of corruption and defeating the ends of justice.She appeared in the Bishop Lavis Magistrate's Court on Friday and is expected to apply for bail on Thursday.Details of the allegations of defeating the ends of justice and corruption could not be established.George Thomas is in custody on charges of murder and illegal possession of a firearm. The charges relate to the murder of Mogammat Nur Salie and his girlfriend, Blanche van der Westhuizen, both of Bishop Lavis.
Thomas and two other men are accused of going to Observatory on August 7, 2004, to steal a car. They are alleged to have approached Van der Westhuizen, 24, a bank clerk, and Salie, 25, a paramedic, as they were sitting in a car. Salie's body was found in bush beside Rotterdam Road in Mfuleni a few days later. Salie had been shot in the head.Van der Westhuizen was found buried in a shallow grave in bush beside the R300 near Kuils River, three weeks after she had been reported missing.
It appeared that Salie had been killed first, and that Van der Westhuizen had been driven to another spot and raped before being murdered.Thomas, who has 22 convictions, was denied bail last year after he was accused of pointing an unlicensed firearm out of the window of a car during a police chase while he was on bail for double murder and attempted murder charges.The court found that if he were released on bail, he would endanger the safety of the public and was likely to intimidate State witnesses.

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