After serving just five years and five months, Davids, who testified against his co-accused in the trial, has applied for parole.
Davids admitted to being involved in the hijacking of Bloom’s car at gunpoint but claimed that he was not present when Goldin and Bloom were killed.
“To me, the hijackers are the source of it all,” Goldin told Mambaonline. “They are creating the supply to feed the demand and I feel that they should have let Brett and Richard go once they had both their car keys and their possessions,” she said.
Two other men, Shavaan Marlie and Clinton Davids, pleaded guilty to murder and were each sentenced to 28 years in prison.