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Special Report Transcript Episode 81, Section 4, Time 28:42
Lubowski was buried as a national hero. In the 1994 inquest in the Windhoek High Court Judge Harold Levy found that there was prima facie evidence that these men were accomplices to the murder: Ferdi Barnard, Chappie Maree, Staal Burger, Calla Botha, Slang van Zyl, Joe Verster, as well as Johan Niemoller and Wouter Basson. The controversial part of Judge Levy’s finding was that Acheson was the man who pulled the trigger. Investigators now believe he was merely the driver of the red Conquest and that one of the CCB men did the killing.
Notes: Anton Lubowki’s funeral; Windhoek High Court; Lubowski’s grave
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