Forensic officer Thabo Mosia says he does not know where murdered footballer Senzo Meyiwa fell when he was shot.

Meyiwa Murder Trial  - There was no blood on the floor

Mosia told the North Gauteng High Court that he could not mark where Meyiwa’s body was because it had already been moved.

One of the first witnesses to arrive on the scene after former Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa was shot found water on the floor and saw neighbour, Maggie Phiri picking up empty beer cans from the floor because “she didn’t want the police to see that the people in the house were drinking alcohol.”

This emerged during state witness Thabo Mosia’s cross-examination at the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria on Monday afternoon.

After insisting that the crime scene had not been tampered with, Mosia has admitted in court that he found no blood stains on the kitchen floor. This is despite having led testimony that Meyiwa was shot in the kitchen and it was alleged that he had bled a lot.

“The only blood swabs we took were from the kitchen wall. And more blood was from the floor of the sitting room,” says Mosia.

 

 

The court has heard, through a sworn statement, that witnesses, who arrived on the scene shortly after the shooting incident, had found water on the floor, which Advocate Zandile Mshololo used to argue that the scene had been “cleaned” up because Mosia could arrive and evidence possibly planted.

 

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“Maggie Phiri suggested we should clean the house before the police could arrive. We ignored her and she continued to pack empty bottles of beer and we left Magie Phiri behind busy picking up the empties,” reads the statement in part.

Mosia has conceded to the possibility of crime scene tampering.

“Do you see that you arrive when the crime scene had already been cleaned?”]

 

“Go a utlwahala (That makes sense!),” conceded Mosia.

There seems to be no evidence of where he might have been lying after he was shot.

Watch the video above for more details.

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