The family of the 37 year old man Olefile Momphitlhi who allegedly disappeared at the hands of Molepolole police in 2011 is suing the commissioner of police Keabetswe Makgophe for the release and or production of their loved one after the police failed for over three years to account for his whereabouts.
According to the family lawyer Martin Dingake, the family intends to file papers with the high court sometime this week, following the expiry period of intention to sue. Dingake said the family wants the police, who are presumed to be currently holding Olefile, to release
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