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Friday, 25 July 2008

Godfrey Phahlane,Edward Lesufi accused of beating, shooting and robbing Irish-born priest Father Kieran Creagh

The men accused of beating, shooting and robbing Irish-born priest Father Kieran Creagh have been found guilty in the Atteridgeville magistrate's court.Tuesday's guilty verdict was praised as victory against crime by those who work with Creagh at the Leratong Hospice in Atteridgeville which he founded four years ago.
Godfrey Phahlane, 25, and Edward Lesufi, 28, face a minimum sentence of 15 years behind bars.The men - both from Mamelodi - were arrested while driving in a suspected stolen vehicle three days after the attack. They had with them the gun that was used to shoot Creagh.Phahlane accused the police of "planting" the firearm - this after the two men had shot at the police during a car chase to avoid arrest.



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