Rob Packham Says He Did Not Kill His Wife

Rob Packham Says He Did Not Kill His Wife. The burnt parts of Rob Packham’s dead wife were discovered at the boot of her car.

Rob Packham, the husband of the deceased Gill Packham, went to the stand. The husband went to the stand to defend himself. Rob Packham, 57-years-old of age, says that he didn’t have any part in his deceased wife’s murder.

The burnt parts of Rob Packham’s dead wife were discovered at the boot of her car. The car was discovered at a train station in Diep River, Cape Town on 22nd of February last year. Rob was the previous general manager of the beverage company, Twizza. He was the only suspect of his deceased wife’s murder.

IOL states that information has been collected that may prove that Rob Packham is the one who has murdered his deceased wife. Footage showing him in his wife’s car approaching the side of the Diep River train station, where Gill Packham was discovered, has been gathered. People who claim that they have seen Rob Packham by the Diep River train station and near it have come forward.

Rob has denied all the allegations of him being part of his wife’s death, therefore taking his own stand. He said that Gill Packham’s killing was just part of some unplanned killing. Last month Nicola Packham, the daughter of the deceased Gill and her husband Rob Packham, said that her mother and father have been having a tumultuous relationship.

Nicola said that she knew that her father had a mistress years before her mother realised it in 2017. The daughter also said that her father and mother worked on fixing their relationship by remaking their vows and by also going to couple’s counselling but her father told her mother that he is inlove with he woman he was having an affair with. This happened the day before her mother was found at the train station.

by Alexandra Ramaite

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