Abuse victim finally gets her day in court after protracted delays over 3 years
The case of historical abuse of Chantelle Akers - who accused her father of raping her nearly 30 years ago over a period of 6 years since she was 11 - will finally be heard in a Uitenhage court on Wednesday.
The case has seen postponements over the past three years.
He always managed to get the case postponed due to ill-health. That was his excuse. Every time I got to court for the case, there was a sick note or something.Chantelle Akers, allegedly raped by her father
I was beginning to feel I was being abused by the courts. He was being protected.Chantelle Akers, allegedly raped by her father
Listen to what Akers expectations are from court proceedings...
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