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Wednesday, April 6, 2022

Alleged Mozambican kidnapping kingpin, Faizal Charloos (44) and five others have abandoned their bail application in the Protea Magistrates Court

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Alleged kidnapping kingpin, Faizal Charloos (44) and five others have abandoned their bail application in the Protea Magistrates Court. (Read More Here).


New Post from Yusuf Abramjee: "Alleged kidnapping kingpin, Faizal Charloos (44) and five others have abandoned their bail application in the Protea Magistrates Court. They were arrested three weeks ago. Police made various seizures including millions of rands in cash, firearms & several vehicles."

Old posts of Yusuf Abramjee wrote:

"The bail application of alleged kidnapping kingpin, Faizal Charloos (44), and five others has been postponed to 5 April. They appeared in a Soweto court today. Charloos is to appear on another charge in Benoni this week. @NPA_Prosecutes @SAPoliceService.

"The three are linked to alleged kidnapping kingpin, Faizal Charloos. A total of nine suspects are now behind bars.

"A senior Lenasia Community Police Forum is expected to appear in court tomorrow after being arrested last night, together with his daughter and son-in-law… JUST IN: A Lenasia CPF member and his son-in-law have been arrested. Police seized a large sum of cash: allegedly ransom money from kidnappings linked to alleged kingpin Faizal Charloos. He is behind bars pending bail. Total of nine arrests now."


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