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    Cape Town: Young girl’s suspected killer/rapist BATTERED by fellow inmates

    The man accused of sexually assaulting and murdering young Tazne van Wyk has been brutally beaten by his fellow inmates, after a scuffle broke out inside a prison van taking all involved parties to court.

    Tazne van Wyk suspect ‘battered on way to court’

    Moyhdian Pangarker led police to the storm drain where he apparently hid the eight-year-old’s body, back in 2020. The Western Cape High Court was the venue for his trial on Monday – but proceedings came screeching to a halt, after he was left bloodied, bruised and in need of ‘urgent medical care’.

    That’s because an altercation took place while the prisoners were in-transit. An attack was then launched against Pangarker, as several inmates dished out the kicks and punches. The injuries suffered by defendant are minor, but not insignificant.

    • Moyhdian Pangarker appeared in court with a bloodied face, and extensive damage to one of his ears.
    • Underneath his face-mask, bruising and swelling could be seen on both cheekbones.
    • He will receive further observation for suspected head injuries.
    • A lawyer representing Pangarker also said that his client ‘has some broken ribs’.
    • The only suspect in the case could barely stand in the dock, and had to be escorted on his way down.

    Moyhdian Pangarker ‘left in a bad way’

    The judge in this case has pushed the trial back to Wednesday 8 June, giving Pangarker 48 hours to recover. His estranged wife is set to testify later this week, as the family of Tazne van Wyk continue on their path to secure justice for the slain child.

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