OPPOSITION activists Joana Mamombe and Cecilia Chimbiri have demanded the original CCTV gadget utilized to extract footage that the Condition wants to put as evidence.
They face charges of faking their abduction.
The duo, who are represented by Alec Muchadehama and Jeremiah Bhamu, had challenged the State to enable them time to review the video clips and prepare their defence.
But the condition represented by Michael Reza had informed Muchadehama and Bhamu to go to the CID Cyber business division at the CID Headquarters to watch the CCTV footage inside of their lab.
Reza had asked that they only check out specified sections of the online video.
Muchadehama then frequented the CID Headquarters and identified out that all a few movies employed as proof are just one hour lengthy, and simply cannot be viewed in an hour as proposed by magistrate Faith Mushure.
On return to court, Muchadehama explained they to view a person video clip from Hen inn.
Muchadehama stated they asked for the law enforcement officers to download the footage on their flash but they failed to do so.
“The accused persons have been denied an opportunity to analyse the online video. We have been offered 1 hour to perspective the 3 movies,” Muchedehama explained.
Justice of the peace Faith Mushure granted Muchadehama’s software to be offered 48 several hours to watch and study the video.
“The court’s see is that they ought to be permitted to view the footage. This courtroom does not see the prejudice if the defence is offered the video 48 several hours and the issue is hereby postponed to 29 June for demo continuation,” Mushure explained.