The household of murdered bride Anni Dewani have slammed the choice to free one in every of her killers from a South African jail.
Taxi driver Zola Tongo, 42, was launched on parole on Tuesday after simply serving eight years in jail.
Anni, 28, was shot lifeless in a cab in Cape City, South Africa, in November 2010 whereas on honeymoon together with her British millionaire husband, Shrien Dewani.
Tongo was convicted for organising the killing in 2014 and jailed for 18 years.
His parole is efficient till 6 June 2028, South Africa’s Eyewitness Information reported.
Swedish-born Anni had been married for just a few weeks to nursing house boss Mr Dewani, now 42, when she was murdered.
Talking from Mariestad, Sweden, Anni’s uncle Ashok informed the Day by day Mail the household have been “disenchanted” Tongo “is now free to stroll the streets”.
“We consider that he has extra details about what occurred to Anni than he has informed the police,” he stated.
He stated he and his brother Vinod, Anni’s father, visited Tongo in jail final yr and “gave him the chance to inform us what he has been hiding and who he has been defending, however he refused”.
“The South Africans have been contemplating releasing him final yr. So not less than he has served one other 12 months. However it isn’t sufficient,” he stated.
“In fact nothing will convey Anni again, however this lowlife character drove her to her dying.
“We really consider he has extra details about how the entire homicide was organized and carried out.”
Anni’s father Vinod added: “We can’t relaxation till we all know the complete story about what occurred to my daughter.
“We have been solely allowed half a trial in Cape City, so meaning solely half the story is on the market.
“We is not going to relaxation till all of the details have been revealed about how she was murdered and why.”
Mr Dewani was cleared in 2014 of orchestrating the killing of his spouse.
A decide threw out the case in opposition to him as a result of it was “riddled with inconsistencies”.
He walked free earlier than he was requested to provide proof and so has by no means spoken publicly about his spouse’s dying.
Earlier than the trial collapsed a prosecution witness, a male prostitute, informed the courtroom he had intercourse with Mr Dewani.
The intercourse employee stated Mr Dewani had wished to name off the marriage.
Tongo and two different native males – who claimed the Briton had organised a success on his spouse – have been jailed for the homicide.