AFRICANGLOBE – Three White supremacists accused of plotting to assassinate the African National Congress’s leaders were denied bail by the Bloemfontein Magistrate’s Court in South Africa on Wednesday.
Mark Trollip, John Keevy and Johan Prinsloo. were denied bail by magistrate Mziwonke Hinxa.
A fourth accused, Hein Boonzaaier, was granted conditional bail of R80’000.
The matter was postponed until March 25 of this year for further investigation.
The men are accused of plotting to kill the African National Congress’s leaders at the party’s recently held Mangaung elective conference.
The four men, and other people, had allegedly been planning since January 2012 to establish a new right wing party, the Boere Party, and commit acts of sabotage and terrorism against the Black majority in South Africa and against the country’s leadership.