3 Arrested for AKA’s Murder Allegedly Released from Prison Overnight

The three men who were detained in Cape Town on suspicion of taking part in the brutal murder of AKA have reportedly been freed.

After one of the suspects’ fingerprints was discovered in a car recovered in Umlazi after AKA was killed, the suspects connected to the assassination were located and detained.

Attorney Annelene van den Heever reportedly told News24 that the three guys were freed in the wee hours of March 29. The fourth suspect is still being held, Annelene said.

In relation to the assassination of AKA, five individuals were taken into custody. The three murderers were found and reportedly flown to Cape Town, where the captures were made in two distinct operations.

The arrest of AKA’s killers has been confusing because many contradictory things were said. Shortly after the arrest went viral, the Company rapper’s lawyer, Rudolph Baloyi, claimed the killers were still on the loose.

“No, it is not true. No suspects have been arrested in connection with my client’s murder case,” reported Sunday World.

After videos and photos of the controversial arrest circulated on Twitter, people took to the timeline to express their honest reactions. Many people weren’t sure if the police arrested the right people as the suspects were found in Cape Town while the murder occurred in Durban.

@Sim_Saliwa said:

“AKA was murdered in Durban but the killers were arrested in Cape Town? How?”

@ISephara shared:

“What’s interesting is that AKA’s killers were arrested in Cape Town in an area known to be “controlled” by the “Se*y Boys”. From KZN all the way to gang territory in Cape Town? There might be more to this case than what meets the eye.”
@PhilaniMhlongo_ posted:

“I am part of the 1% that believe the police caught AKA’s killers.”

@MenziwokuhleMa1 also said:

“We saw the people who actually killed AKA on that CCTV footage. SAPS thinks we were born yesterday. Those people they arrested are not even close to being the actual killers. I’m afraid we are going to watch the Senzo Meyiwa drama all over again.”

@Nkosinathi_99 added:

“Another wrongful arrest for AKA killers! It’s a Mess!!! Clearly, Bheki Cele and Masemola never passed a psychometric test! #JusticeForAKA”

In other news,

AKA’s younger brother slams Nota Baloyi’s lies

This week, when Anwar “Dogg” Khan, AKA’s former personal security when he was in KwaZulu-Natal, did an interview on e.TV, the demand for justice in the Kiernan “AKA” Forbes case attracted additional notice.

AKA’s younger brother slams Nota Baloyi’s lies

At the same time, Dogg appeared to bolster claims that the group of people who were with him in Durban were involved in his murder.

While AKA’s family and associates once more appeared to deny the accusations, some people used Dogg’s testimony to support their own doubts….read more

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