Thulsie twins terrorism case postponed, again

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The case against terror accused twins, Brandon-Lee and Tony-Lee Thulsie has again been delayed due to outstanding documents.

The twins were back in the High Court in Johannesburg, on Friday, on charges of conspiracy and incitement to commit terror-related crimes.

They were arrested in July 2016 for allegedly plotting a series of attacks on Jewish targets and the US Embassy.

More than three years after the twins were arrested a trial date is yet to be set.

The state had been given until Friday to furnish the accused with all outstanding documents, however it has failed to do so.

An arrangement has since been made between the state and the defence to allow the state more time to hand over all the necessary documents to the defence.

The matter has been postponed to the 27th of January next year.

It’s also understood that the defence will be submitting a formal bail application on behalf of the twins at their next court appearance.