Bikers gathered ahead of road rage case
FILE PICTURE: Meekahefele Mosooa (R) walks past a row of motorcycles belonging to friends and family of biker Douglas Pearce who attended his court case. Mosooa appeared in connection with the shooting death of Pearce. He was shot dead in the confrontation with Mosooa on Malibongwe Drive, Northriding, Johannesburg, in February. Both men carried firearms. Mosooa was driving a sedan. Picture: Werner Beukes/SAPA
Bikers gathered outside the Roodepoort Magistrate’s Court on Thursday ahead of the appearance of a man accused of shooting dead a motorcyclist.
The group, mostly clad in black leather jackets plastered with emblems, gathered next to the entrance of the court.
Inside court, they lined the aisles of the public gallery as they waited for proceedings to begin.
Labour law consultant Meekahafele Mosooa, 43, was to appear for allegedly shooting Douglas Pearce.
He allegedly shot the biker in a road rage incident on Malibongwe Drive, in Northriding, Johannesburg, in February.
During his bail application earlier this year, Mosooa told the court he acted in self-defence.