She said she also gave an affidavit to the police in Middleburg, where she is currently incarcerated while awaiting trial for possession of explosives and ammunition. She will appear in the Carolina Magistrate’s Court on November 28 on these charges.She said she was transferred to Kimberley so that she could meet the accused’s defence team.She also claimed that “this was not the first farm attack that we were involved in”. Pressed for time in the interview, she did not give details of the other attacks, but provided a detailed account of what allegedly happened on the Naauwhoek farm when the Steenkamps were murdered.“We were sitting in the car in the veld, watching the house for about half an hour to an hour.“We saw Don Steenkamp come out of the house and walk into the veld. We waited for a little while and then we stormed into the house. We instructed Deon to go into his room and open the safe. We took two weapons, a .357 revolver and a .32 rifle, out of the safe.“Deon and Christelle were then shot.”De Wet did not say who shot them, but claimed that she was “only a spectator”, while two men were “responsible for all the shooting”.“I then watched as one of the attackers grabbed Marthella and raped her. After this I went outside and heard two shots. I knew they had shot her.“I went back into the house and saw Marthella lying next to her mother. We took the weapons, and returned to the car where one of the three men was waiting for us and drove off.”“We threw the weapons out of the car at the gate of the farm.”She added that they deliberately did not shoot Don, the only surviving member of the family.De Wet recalled that the family was extremely petrified during the ordeal. “I could see the shock on their faces when they realised that they were being killed by white people.”She added that Deon’s last words were . . . “God forgive them”.
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