Assisted suicide activist facing murder charge released on bail
Right-to-die activist Sean Davison has been granted bail at the Cape Town Magistrates Court after he was arrested for murder.
He was arrested in connection with the death of doctor Anrich Burger‚ who was left a quadriplegic after an accident in 2005.
We were told that he was arrested yesterday and he was taken into custody. He appeared in court today where the state did not oppose bail.Shamiela Fisher, EWN Reporter
He faces a charge of premeditated murder.Shamiela Fisher, EWN Reporter
He has handed over his South African and New Zealand passport to his investigating officer.Shamiela Fisher, EWN Reporter
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