Volledige transkripsie van gesprek tussen Panayiotou en ‘middelman’

Christopher Panayiotou in die Port Elizabeth-landdroshof. Foto: Twitter

Christopher Panayiotou in die Port Elizabeth-landdroshof. Foto: Twitter

Thando Siyoli (31) is op 26 April in hegtenis geneem in verband met die moord op Jayde Panayiotou waarna hy haar man, Christopher, as die “meesterbrein” uitgewys het. Die staat het ’n transkripsie ingedien van ’n gesprek wat glo tydens ’n ontmoeting tussen Panayiotou en Siyoli plaasgevind het.

Panayiotou (28) staan tereg op aanklagte van sameswering tot moord, moord, ontvoering, roof met verswarende omstandighede en regsverydeling. Siyoli en Sizwezakhe Vumazonke (30) is Panayiotou se medebeskuldigdes.

Die ontmoeting tussen Panayiotou en Siyoli is deur die polisie gereël nadat Siyoli in hegtenis geneem is in verband met die moord op Jayde. Siyoli het as ’n uitsmyter by Panayiotou se nagklub gewerk.

Volgens lt. Rhynhardt “Kanna” Swanepoel, die ondersoekbeampte, het Siyoli ná sy inhegtenisneming aan die polisie gesê Panayiotou is die “meesterbrein” agter die moord en dat Vumazonke vir Jayde doodgeskiet het.

Hier volg die volledige transkripsie van die beweerde gesprek tussen Panayiotou en Siyoli tydens die ontmoeting:

–  TS (Thando Siyoli) – Things aren’t right now.

–  CP (Christopher Panayiotou) – Why?

–  TS – Babalwa called me and said the police was there at my house. Everything is changing now.

–  CP  – But why are the police after you?

–  TS  – I don’t know. I think here is an informer somewhere, somehow.

–  CP – Did these guys blit?

–  TS – Which ones?

–  CP – Your friend.

–  TS – Sizwe.

–  CP – Did they tell anything?

–  TS – No, even them they are on the run.

–  CP – Oh.

–  TS – I told them they must not be here.

–  CP – Where they going to?

–  TS – They didn’t tell me. I changed my sim card.

–  CP – Yes, but you need to change it again now.

–  TS – After this we ……..I’m going to call you.

–  CP – What.

–  TS – I’m going to call you on my new number.

–  CP – No you are not. You just missed call me. Don’t phone me or SMS me.

–  TS – What’s going on boss?

–  CP – I don’t know bru.

–  TS – Hey, this thing I didn’t see it was going to be like this.

–  CP – Here.

–  TS – What is this?

–  CP – Plus minus 5 (reference to R 5000). Where are you going to now?

–  TS – I’m going back to Jeffreys Bay. I’m worried about my family. Boss this thing I didn’t know it was going to be like this. I thought it was going to be easy.

–  CP – Yes but why did they say to you when they fetched you the other day.

–  TS – They fetched me and then they asked me questions.

–  CP – And…What did they ask you?

–  TS – Fucking questions.

–  CP – Hey ….

–  TS – Nothing serious boss.

–  CP – Tell me. Did they ask you if you were involved.

–  TS – Yes sort of something like that.

–  CP – So what did you say.

–  TS – ……those are the stupid ones.

–  CP – So where did they take you?

–  TS – They took me me the police station and there they took my statement, but in my mind …. You mos told me we will be investigated.

–  CP – Yes.

–  TS – So I was ready for that, but I was not ready.

–  CP – So why are you running away?

–  TS – They keep coming to my house.

–  CP – Did you take your phone anywhere?

–  TS – Ja.

–  CP – No, your other phone.

–  TS – I destroyed it.

–  CP – Did you?

–  TS – I told them to destroy it and then I destroyed it.

–  CP – Yeah and the SIM card and everything. Did you throw it away?

–  TS – Yes. I’m not using the old number. I’m using this number.

–  CP – OK. So they didn’t ask anything about me?

–  TS – No.

–  CP – Or if I’m involved with anything?

–  TS – No. Ja… but haven’t they asked you?

–  CP – Yes they have asked me, but now, but now you’ve been phoning me all day and they have been tracing my phone.

–  TS – The thing is, who could I call? I had no-one to call.

–  CP – I know, but now you have to destroy that phone. I have to tell them that you phoned me otherwise they are going to think that I am involved.

–  TS – Ja.

–  CP – So you need to destroy that phone now. The phone and the SIM card my boy, both.

–  TS – Ja.”

At that point Panayiotou turned around towards Siyoli, who was seated behind him in the vehicle and searched him for a recording device.

–  TS – “I don’t trust you now.

–  CP – I’m just checking.

–  TS – Even me I’m not trusting you now, just the thing of the police that are coming to my house.

–  CP – I swear on my life I didn’t say anything, but they are obviously seeing who I have been phoning. They are taping my phone and my every number I phone, they are investigating my family too.

–  TS – ……..

–  CP – Somebody said something.

–  TS – Ja, because it’s like murder thing now it’s not like a robbery or something.

–  CP – But that’s what I said to you. It became kidnapping and and a murder instead of just making it a robbery outside the house.

–  TS – …… I think about my family now. I think about Siyanda. I think about the two little girls. I think about my gym.

–  CP – They went to search you house says Siyanda.

–  TS – Siyanda says so? You see.

–  CP – But there’s nothing there about it so stop stressing.

–  TS – ……. You know why I’m actually stressing. I’m not safe anymore, because I have to run away even from Sizwe because I told you mos what Sizwe said. That money was too little because now they running away too.

–  CP – Yes, but it is because of them Thando. They made it the way they did. They made it so big, but they have run away hey? How many of them?

–  TS – I don’t know. I only know Sizwe.

–  CP – Is it black guys or coloured guys.

–  TS – Sizwe is a black guy.

–  CP – And the others?

–  TS – I don’t know if hmm…the others, but I know Sizwe. I was communicating with Sizwe.

–  CP – Hmm.

–  TS – But I don’t know if Sizwe was walking alone.

–  CP – OK. Listen to me. I am going to report that you phoned me now.

–  TS – And then you going to call me?

–  CP – No, but you are going to destroy the phone.

–  TS – So you are going to give them my number.

–  CP – Hmm, yes, I have to tell them. They investigating me. If I lie to them they going to take me in. So I’m telling you. In half an hour I am going to phone the investigating officer. He was at my house now now, that’s why I can’t talk to you all the time, and my uncle is all around me. So I’m going to tell them, hmm, that you came to see me wanting to borrow money because people took you for questioning for steroids. You need to go and hide in Jeffreys for a while and keep quiet.

–  TS –……….. Siyanda ……………… and what about the rent for the gym.

–  CP – Yes, but I can’t do anything because I’m under investigation so I can’t just give over money all the time, so don’t worry me and Siyanda will talk.

–  TS – Yeah.

–  CP – OK. Are you going to hide out that side in Jeffreys.

–  TS – Yeah I’m going to stay a while there or maybe some ……

–  CP – OK so I’m going to say, you must destroy your phone now and the sim-card, and I’m going to say you said you going to East London.

–  TS – ….. OK…..

–  CP – Yeah I am going to be OK as long as they never know about us Thando. I never ever, I only ever helped you with the gym, I never did anything with you. I’ll sort out your family, you hide low OK.

–  TS – …..

–  CP – You need to be gone for a few months till this thing calms down.

–  TS – If I need you I will missed call you.

–  CP – No! Not on this number.

–  TS – On what number.

–  CP – You going to missed call me once and then you are going to wait until I get another phone and sim-card.

–  TS – Ja.

–  CP – OK. Allright. OK. There is about five there you sort yourself out.

–  TS – Yes.

–  CP – OK, because I am all out now. This thing has cost me a lot of money. The family is also looking at me.

–  TS – Serious?

–  CP – Yes. OK.

–  TS – This thing is not right now.

–  CP – No, these boys made it big. I told you to let them do it outside the house and take the bags and the rings and then they didn’t take the watch or anything.

–  TS – They just left.

–  CP – They just left everything there. You see, so it looks like a hit now. So they are after me, and that’s why I can’t just meet you in front of people like this Thando.

–  TS – OK.

–  CP – OK. Don’t phone me and don’t SMS, they are watching the SMS’s because you said.

–  TS – Ja, but I SMS you and you don’t reply, me at the other side I’m hiding and then.

–  CP – No, but you need to give me time. So from now you just give me one missed call on this number first time and never again. Don’t ever phone me or SMS me to this number because they are listening to us.

–  TS – Even now?

–  CP – Well yes, but I put it off. When you are talking on the phone they are listening that’s why I have to report this now. OK. Allright. I am going to say you are going to East London.

–  TS – OK. …..

–  CP – OK. OK cheers.

–  TS – So I need to missed call you.

–  CP – Yes, but then you wait for me to phone you back.

Panayiotou se borgtogaansoek gaan op 26 Mei voort.

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5 Kommentare

karla ·

So koel en kalm nadat hy sy vrou laat vermoor het! Dankie tog hy is gevang en ek hoop hy kom nooit weer uit die tronk uit nie! Dankie tog vir vandag se moderne tegnologie!

Dave ·

Daar is iets wat ek nie verstaan aan hul gesprek. Die twee moordenaars praat met mekaar met selfone, dan draai die een om na die ander wat agter hom sit in ‘n voertuig en deursoek hom vir ‘n klankopnemer. Tydens die deursoek en daarna gaan die gesprek voort op selfone. Of waar en waarmee is na die betrokke gesprek geluister.

Marietjie ·

Dave as jy die berig lees sal jy sien dat die polisie die ontmoeting gereeël het tussen die betrokke partye en dat Siyoli dan heel waarskynlik `n afluister toestel gedra het om die gesprek mee op te neem.

Dave ·

Jy dink tog nie dat ek kommentaar lewer sonder om die berig te lees, Marietjie. Maar reg is jy wel. Ek moes daardie gevolgtrekkings gemaak het met die lees van die 3de paragraaf. Dankie dat jy dit uitwys. Het jy opgemerk dat dit 48uur geneem het voor iemand (jy) my vraag antwoord? Dit is ook waarom geweet word in watter sitplekke hulle was. Daardie klankopnemer is netjies verseël omdat hy daarvoor deursoek is sonder dat dit gevind is.

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