Talk:Murder of Anni Dewani

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It is a proven fact that Anni Hinchocha's killing was a contract killing. A fact which has been reported by hundreds of reliable sources worldwide.[edit]

It addition, multiple court rulings have declared- explicitly- that Hindocha's killing was a murder for hire. No court has ever ruled that the murder was not a contract killing. Yet the current Wikipedia article is engineered to cover up the proven fact- as reported by the South African judiciary and reported by virtually all of the large media outlets worldwide- that the murder was a contract killing. Any article entitled "Murder of Anni Dewani" that obfuscates that the murder was a premeditated murder plot is an article that is dishonest, misleading to Wikipedia's readers, and in violation of Wikipedia's professed editorial standards. Accordingly, the article should be corrected. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2604:3D08:647F:DAE0:65A9:6D67:DB76:484B (talk) 22:23, 8 December 2018 (UTC)

You seem rather to be overlooking the final court ruling, that acquitting Mr Dewani, which describes the evidence supplied by the attackers - the only people who asserted it was a contract killing - as completely unreliable, describing most of them as pathological liars. It, of course, overturned the verdict in an earlier trial.
It is also well cited here that the attackers' evidence was extracted under torture, and their testimony to the effect that there was a contract killing was in return for partial or complete amnesty for themselves. It cannot be seen as remotely reliable. Pinkbeast (talk) 03:01, 9 December 2018 (UTC)
The court ruling you referenced, which you claim "overturned the verdict in an earlier trial", does not overturn the verdict of any earlier trial. In fact, all of those verdicts which you claim were overturned remain, to this day, in effect, and enforced. You yourself have been misled by the falsehoods in the current article. Thus providing further evidence that the article is biased and must be corrected. And I challenge you to provide specific proof that the convictions of Tongo, Mngeni, and Qwabe have been overturned by the courts.
If you are unable to provide such proof, assuming good faith, it will be incumbent upon you to agree that the article is misleading and must be corrected.2604:3D08:647F:DAE0:9C8:B241:3F2C:D07C (talk) 23:15, 10 December 2018 (UTC)
PinkBeast, as you're unable to provide proof to support your erroneous claim that the verdicts confirming Anni Hindocha's killing was a planned execution have been overturned, I will correct the article. A correction that, if one checks the archives, is supported by the vast majority of those who have contributed to this talk page2604:3D08:647F:C800:3903:AE2:1888:E664 (talk) 02:13, 5 March 2019 (UTC)

Looks like this is the same sock puppet guy who was banned repeatedly for pushing this same theory. Goes by name of Lane99 and a hundred other aliases. Its all referenced in the archive [[1]] of this talk page. Scroll down to the section titled "Vandalism and disruption by sock/meat puppets: summary of situation". Seems to go back a long time. Years. Do people have nothing better to do than spread conspiracy crap to tarnish the name of an exonerated person? 155.254.115.69 (talk) 12:34, 18 December 2018 (UTC)