State witnesses take the stand again in Cameron Wilson trial
Wilson is on trial in the Western Cape High Court, in connection with numerous rapes, attempted murders and murders he allegedly committed since 2014.
CAPE TOWN - Two State witnesses will again be called to give evidence in multiple murder accused Cameron Wilson's trial.
Wilson is on trial in the Western Cape High Court in connection with numerous rapes, attempted murders and murders he allegedly committed since 2014.
He was out on bail when he allegedly killed 18-year-old Lekita Moore in Valhalla Park last September.
The defence will recall Roseline Lackay and Dawney Davids to testify.
Wilson refutes evidence that he raped and stabbed Davids in April 2015.
He also denies attacking Lackay in September last year, on the same night that he allegedly killed Moore.
Lackay sustained multiple stab wounds during the incident and could identify her attacker from a photograph in the newspaper.
The accused, however, claims that another youth was behind the attacks on Lackay and Moore in Valhalla Park.
Wilson maintains that he stood in shock as he witnessed Xavier Bester attack the two women and says he's only coming clean now because he has a guilty conscience.
Bester was shot dead shortly after Moore’s body was found.
(Edited by Shimoney Regter)