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Motherwell car bomb

Explanation
Three police officers and an informer were killed when their car was blown up by fellow police officers in Motherwell, outside Port Elizabeth, during 1989, to prevent possible revelations of police involvement in the killing of the Cradock Four. The blast was initially thought to have been an MK operation, and it was alleged that the ANC had claimed responsibility for it. However, an investigation led to the trial and conviction of senior members of the SAP Security Branch.

... to prevent possible revelations about the killing of the Cradock Four. Nine members of the Security Police were refused amnesty (AC/1999/0345). See Motherwell car ...
An askari who was killed with three Eastern Cape Security Branch operatives in the Motherwell car bomb explosion, Port Elizabeth, on 14 December 1989, in a joint operation by the Eastern Cape Security Branch and Security Branch headquarters. Two operatives from the Eastern Cape Security Branch and ...
Was one of four Eastern Cape Security Branch operatives killed in the Motherwell car bomb explosion, Port Elizabeth, on 14 December 1989, in a joint operation by the Eastern Cape Security Branch and Security Branch headquarters. Two operatives from the Eastern Cape Security Branch and seven from ...
Was one of four Eastern Cape Security Branch operatives killed in the Motherwell car bomb explosion, Port Elizabeth, on 14 December 1989, in a joint operation by the Eastern Cape Security Branch and Security Branch headquarters. Two operatives from the Eastern Cape Security Branch and seven from ...
 
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