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But former security branch members are pushing back, saying the "other side" must be prosecuted too.
The North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria hands down judgment in the Ahmed Timol inquest. (via SABC Digital News)
"We'll wait for the Ahmed Timol inquest and then pick up immediately on Neil Aggett, and then the next and then the next..."
Salim Essop was the last apart from police who saw Ahmed Timol alive.
"They [interrogators] enjoyed it, they were sadists. Eliciting pain from detainees was a pleasurable event," said Salim Essop about apartheid detention.