Panayiotou murder: Suspect could turn state witness
It’s understood the suspect helped police set up a trap for Jayde Panayiotou’s 28-year-old husband.
PORT ELIZABETH – A man arrested in connection with Port Elizabeth teacher Jayde Panayiotou’s murder could turn state witness.
It’s understood the suspect helped police set up a trap for Panayiotou’s 28-year-old husband who allegedly hired men to kill his wife.
It’s understood the suspect helped police set up a trap for him.
He apparently worked as a bouncer at a club owned by Christopher Panayiotou.
Panayiotou was abducted outside her apartment building in Port Elizabeth last Tuesday.
Her body was found in KwaNobuhle in Uitenhage the next day.
Police would not be drawn on the motive for her killing, but have said more details would be revealed at a briefing on Monday morning after the 31-year-old suspect has appeared in court.
— Eyewitness News (@ewnupdates) May 2, 2015
Isn’t this interesting: http://t.co/lMO3vkzOsU FB group calling for death penalty for Jayde Panayiotou’s killers suddenly changes tune
— Rebecca Davis (@becsplanb) May 3, 2015
Oscar Pistorius, Don Steenkamp, Henri Van Brede and now this Jayde Panayiotou thing. I don’t feel safe walking around white areas anymore.
— Deep Fried Man (@DeepFriedMan) April 30, 2015
Our relief that #JaydePanayiotou was (allegedly) not the victim of a random crime, shouldn’t deter us from probing why femicide soars in SA.
— Adriaan Basson (@AdriaanBasson) April 30, 2015
— EWN Reporter (@ewnreporter) April 30, 2015
(Edited by Victoria Campbell-Gillies)