”The soldier and his accomplice didn’t use violence to take your car...

”The soldier and his accomplice didn’t use violence to take your car away from you?”- Military Officer and his Accomplice in court for robbery

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The trial of the case involving a Military Officer and one Other who are facing criminal charges before an Accra Circuit Court was called again to enable Counsel for the Accused persons to continue with his cross-examination of the Complainant in the case.

Counsel (lawyer) for the Accused persons suggested to the Complainant that the case that Prosecution has presented before court was not a case of robbery and that he the Complainant had made the case to appear so (robbery). The Accused persons’ Counsel contended that the military officer and his accomplice didn’t use violent means to take the Complainant’s car away from him but the Complainant didn’t agree with Counsel’s submission before court.

According to Prosecution, the Accused persons robbed one Francis Ansah (complainant) of his taxi cab and mobile phones including some amount of monies.

The trial of the case involving a Military Officer and one Other who are facing criminal charges before an Accra Circuit Court was called again to enable Counsel for the Accused persons to continue with his cross-examination of the Complainant in the case.

The Accused persons, lance Corporal Quaicoe Michael, a military officer and Baffoe Archer, a mixture and packaging operator were thus charged with conspiracy and robbery respectively when they appeared before court in December 2015 but they denied the charges leveled against them by the Police. The Accused persons have since been in lawful custody while the case is being tried.

The presiding judge, His Honour Aboagye Tandoh adjourned the case to the 16th and 17th of March, 2016 respectively for trial to continue.

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