Zane Killian has denied being concerned in detective Charl Kinnear’s homicide.
He made this recognized throughout his third look on the security-tight Bishop Lavis Magistrates Court docket on Friday.
He was arrested in Gauteng final month in connection to the homicide of the Anti-Gang Unit detective.
Kinnear was gunned down outdoors his residence a number of weeks in the past.
Killian who’s dealing with costs of homicide, conspiracy to commit homicide and the unlawful interception of communication was ushered to the dock by armed cops.
It was heard that Killian allegedly tracked Kinnear’s cell telephones between March and September.
The defence’s Eric Breyer introduced two paperwork as proof that Killian was an accredited personal investigator.
“The defence may be very dissatisfied with the State as a result of on the primary look right here, which was 17 days in the past, the State undertook to seek out an alternate court docket.”
“We haven’t been appointed or given a regional court docket but, however hopefully by subsequent Wednesday, we’ll have the opportunity to take action.”
The defence said that Killian didn’t conspire to homicide Kinnear.
Attributable to safety causes, Killian’s bail bid shall be heard in a distinct court docket however he should return to the Bishop Lavis Court docket subsequent week.