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2010-01-2010 Dirk Human, 37, murdered, Mooiplaats smallholding

 

 Funeral for murdered dad, Wednesday May 5, 11am Lewende Woord church, Brummeria, Pretoria

 

Hilde Fourie Beeld -- ‘Ek hoop Pappa is gelukkig waar Pappa nou is en dat Pappa lekker warm sal slaap.”Dis hoe klein Dirk Human (8) eergisteraand vir sy vermoorde pa, ook Dirk (40), gebid het.Klein Dirk het die aand ná die moord bekommerd vir sy ma gesê hy weet nie wat sy pa se selfoonnommer is nie en dat hy hom wil bel.

Toe sy ma, mev. Youlanda Human (37), vir hom sê hy kan sy pa nie bel nie, het hy gevra of hy sy pa kan “bidbel”. Hulle het toe gebid. Sy het eergistermiddag toe Dirk van die skool af kom vir hom van sy pa se dood gesê.

“Ek het vir Dirk gesê diewe het in die huis ingekom en dat sy pa baie seergekry het, so seer dat hy hemel toe is en nie gaan terugkom nie,” het mev. Human gister vertel. “Hy het my later gevra of sy pappa ook in sy hart is soos wat Jesus in sy hart is.”

Kort nadat sy Dirk omstreeks 07:30 by die skool afgelaai het, het mev. Human teruggejaag na hul huis op ’n kleinhoewe in Mooiplaats, in die ooste van Pretoria. Dit was nadat haar huiswerker se man haar gebel en gesê het daar is “tsotsi’s” in die huis.Toe sy by die huis kom, was lede van die plaaslike buurtwag en paramedici reeds daar. Die paramedici het gespook om mnr. Human se lewe te red.

Hy is erg aangerand nadat ’n onbekende aantal misdadigers hom en die huiswerker, mev. Lettie Lebina, in die huis oorval het. Lebina is in ’n kamer toegesluit terwyl die misdadigers Human aangerand en vermoedelik met ’n skerp voorwerp in die gesig gesteek het.

’n Aantal skote is geskiet tydens ’n struweling wat tussen Human en die misdadigers ontstaan het, maar dit is nie bekend of Human getref is nie. Die egpaar se jongste seuntjie, Jake (2), het rustig in sy bababedjie gesit terwyl die misdadigers sy pa aangerand het.Terwyl die paramedici met haar man besig was, het mev. Human sy hand vasgehou, met hom gepraat en vir hom gebid. Hy is omstreeks 08:20 dood verklaar.Terwyl sy sy hand vasgehou het, het sy net gedink hy kan nie nou al doodgaan nie, want hy het ’n paar maande gelede ’n pad met God begin stap en sy het geglo hy het nog werk op aarde om te doen. “Ek het so gehoop dat daar net ’n hartklop of iets moet wees, want hy het soveel om voor te lewe. Ek sien nou nog sy gesig voor my, hoe hy daar gelê het. Ek voel sy bloed in my hande.”Human sal Woensdag om 11:00 vanuit die Lewende Woord-kerk in Brummeria, Pretoria, begrawe word.http://longwalksincefreedom.blogspot.com/2010/05/by-hilde-fourie-ek-hoop-pappa-is.html

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Kill Boer hatespeech chant by ANC – Legal Aspects by Solidarity Research Institute

 

Summary: A strong criminal case can be made against ANC youth league president Julius Malema for his racist, genocidal hatespeech song “Kill the Boer, Kill the Farmer’. The SAPS  should charge Malema as a co-defendant in the attack against the Koekemoer family on April 10,  2010, during which the words “Viva Malema, Kill the White Man’ were shouted by four armed black attackers. There is a legal precedent under SA law in which an individual was found guilty of ‘incitement to commit a violent crime’ --  even though the chant was not targetting one specific individual…

Retired Criminal Justice prof.  C R Snyman, author of the Afrikaans textbook“Strafreg’, writes that  Malema could be charged under Article 18(2) , Riotous Assembly Act 17 of 1965 - on charges of ‘incitement to commit murder’.

  • Any defence argument that these specific words were not ‘targetted against a specific person’ can be legally countermanded with a previous Bloemfontein Appeal Court ruling in 1960, in The State v Segale 1960 (1) SA 721 (A)  -- which found a person guilty of incitement to commit a crime despite the fact that his inciting words were not targetted against any specific individual, but against  -- (in the words of the ruling) -- ‘the whole of the non-European labour force of the Witwatersrand’. 

Solidarity Reseach Institute also points out that an attack was carried out on 10 April 2010 against an Afrikaner farm family (the Koekemoer family- picture below) in Bynespoort, about 5km from Malemoli township east of Pretoria – and during which four armed black men had shouted the words “Die white man! Via Malema”. The SAPS has also confirmed that charges of residential robbery and attempted murder are being investigated in this case.

Solidarity: “The SAPS should seriously consider charging Julius Malema as a co-defendant to this crime. Moreover, individuals and groups also are free to launch private legal case s against Malema if the SAPS decides not to charge him (in this case). “   This was merely a very brief summary; the detailed article follows below the picture of Annelie Koekemoer in Afrikaans.

-----------------------------Koekemoer Annelie she and family fought off four farm attackers Cullinan April102010 shouted Viva Malema

Above and below: The Koekemoer family (above) (and also the unnamed white hairdresser in Edenvale (below) who were assaulted by black men who were chanting “Shoot the Boer’ -- could both lodge criminal charges against Julius Malema as co-defendant in the incitement of criminal violence, writes Solidarity Research institute.

Hatespeech Shoot the Boer Edendale woman sjambokked strikers Shoot the boer chanting Apr142010 Radio702EyeWitnessNews

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KILL THE BOER, KILL THE FARMER”: UITLOKKING TOT MOORD OF MEDEPLIGTIGHEID VIR JULIUS MALEMA?

Julius Malema, leier van die ANC Jeugliga,  se interne dissiplinêre verhoor het na wat berig word gister begin.  Dit blyk dat die ANC se ad hoc dissiplinêre komitee Malema se verweer dat die ANC nie jurisdiksie het om hom te verhoor nie omdat die ANC Jeugliga ʼn aparte entiteit is, verwerp het. Na wat verneem word sal die verhoor op ʼn toekomstige datum hervat word. Malema bly om die minste te sê ʼn omstrede figuur. Sy openlike ondermyning van President Jacob Zuma se pogings om ʼn skikking tussen Robert Mugabe se Zanu PF en Morgan Tsvangirai se MDC te bewerkstellig deur sy uitgesproke ondersteuning van ZANU PF en die openbare vernedering van Tsvangirai, het sy politieke vyande binne die ANC en daarbuite vermeerder. Sy veelbesproke uitjaag van ʼn BBC Joernalis tydens ʼn perskonferensie in Luthuli Huis was vir die ANC ʼn internasionale verleentheid. Die verontagsaming van die ANC se beroep op hom om oordeel aan die dag te lê met die sing van sogenaamde vryheidsliedere het die politieke temperatuur in Suid – Afrika opgejaag en hom die argwaan van sommige senior ANC lede op die hals gehaal.

 Muhammed Vawda will not be allowed to chant Kill the Boer at April 9 2010 anti crime march Pretoria court order Malema se sing van die omstrede lied “Kill the Boer, Kill the Farmer”, het ʼn woedende reaksie van baie Suid – Afrikaners tot gevolg gehad.  Regsprosesse is onmiddellik aan die gang gesit om te verseker dat Malema verbied word om die gewraakte lied te sing.  Afriforum het die Hooggeregshof suksesvol genader vir ʼn interdik om Malema te verbied om die lied te sing.  ʼn Strafregtelike klag is by die Brooklyn Polisiestasie aanhangig gemaak toe dit blyk dat Malema dié lied, interdik ten spyt, ten aanskoue van die wêreld tydens sy onlangse besoek aan Zimbabwe gesing het.  Afriforum het benewens die aansoek om ʼn dringende interdik ook die Gelykheidshof genader en ʼn klag van haatspraak teen Malema gelê.  Die saak sal op ʼn toekomstige datum bereg word.

Maar wat van verdere regsimplikasies vir Malema vir die sing van “Kill the Boer, Kill the Farmer”? ʼn Sterk saak kan uitgemaak word dat hierdie optrede van Malema neerkom op die pleeg van die misdaad van uitlokking tot moord.  Sodanige optrede is teenstrydig met Artikel 18(2) van die Wet op Oproerige Byeenkomste, 17 van 1965.  Professor C.R. Snyman, afgetrede Professor in Strafreg en skrywer van die welbekende boek getiteld:  “Strafreg”, bevestig aan die SNI dat uitlokking tot moord, net soos sameswering of poging tot moord, ʼn welbekende misdaad reg oor die wêreld is.  Indien Malema die verweer sou opper dat hy onskuldig is omdat die woorde nie teen ʼn spesifieke persoon gemik is nie, staar Malema geykte regspraak in dié verband in die gesig.  In 1960 het die Appèlhof in Bloemfontein in die saak van Die Staat v Segale 1960 (1) SA 721 (A) ʼn persoon skuldig bevind aan uitlokking om ʼn misdaad te pleeg ten spyte van die feit dat sy uitlokkende woorde nie aan ʼn spesifieke individu gerig was nie, maar aan (soos die hof dit beskryf het) “the whole of the non - European labour force of the Witwatersrand”.

Indien slagoffers van plaasaanvalle of landbou organisasies dus opsoek is na ‘n wetlike manier om hulle misnoeë met Malema se optrede ten toon te stel, kan oorweging geskenk word aan die lê van ʼn strafregtelike klagte van uitlokking tot moord teen hom. Die Strafproseswet maak ook voorsiening vir die privaatvervolging van ʼn persoon indien die SAPD na die indiening van sodanige klag besluit om nie te vervolg nie. Indien ʼn klag van uitlokking tot moord dus teen Malema gelê word en die Staat weier om te vervolg, kan ʼn privaatvervolging van stapel gestuur word. ʼn Verdere belangrike punt om hier in gedagte te hou is dat Malema aangekla kan word van uitlokking tot moord slegs indien so ʼn misdaad nie gepleeg is nie. Indien ʼn moord wel gepleeg is kom mededaderskap of medepligtigheid aan moord ter sprake. Dis is dus nie nodig dat ʼn moord wel gepleeg was om die indiening van ʼn klag van uitlokking tot moord te regverdig nie.

Die Beeld van 12 April 2010 berig dat vier gewapende rowers op 10 April 2010 in die vroeë oggendure tydens ʼn plaasaanval in Bynespoort, sowat 5km van Mamelodi in die Ooste van Pretoria, geskreeu het: “Sterf wit man! Viva, Malema!” Die SAPD het bevestig dat ʼn klag van huisroof en poging tot moord ondersoek word.  Indien die beweerde uitlating en misdaad van die aangeklaagdes bewys kan word, behoort die SAPD sterk oorweging te skenk aan die vervolging van Julius Malema as mededader of medepligtige tot die misdaad. Ook hier staan dit individue of groepe vry om ʼn privaatvervolging van stapel te stuur indien die SAPD besluit om nie te vervolg nie.

Death threats to Adriana Stuijt

 

May 4 2010 received 08:58

 

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Hate-speech charges against black SADF officer at Lohathlha

 

Brig Gen Nontobeko Mpaxa, commander of the SA army combat training centre, accused of cursing Afrikaner w/o At Malan, telling him she ‘hated whites’ – March 31 2010

May 4 2010 --Brig Gen. Ms Nontobeko Mpaxa, (picture and cv below) commander of the army combat training centre at Lohathlha,  is being sued by Afrikaner warrant-officer At Malan after she had told him repeatedly that she 'hated whites', followed him around with her driver, spitting on the ground while cursing the junior military man, reports Volksblad Afrikaans daily.

This allgedly happened on March 31 2010, after Malan had been falsely arrested by a black military policeman whom he had spoken to about the fact that the uniformed man had been purchasing liquor at a Postmasburg liquor store while also using in a military vehicle. It is an infringement of military rules for military men to use military vehicles for such private purposes.

Malan instead was falsely arrested on a charge of 'drunk-driving' but he was never formally charged. During his rough arrest his arm was broken and his neck injured as he was roughly thrown into the military vehicle.

Stopped doctor from examining w/o Malan:

Shortly afterwards, when Malan was being examined at a hospital for his injuries incurred during the arrest, Genl. Mpaxa reportedly stormed into the treatment room, stopped the doctor from examining his patient, and she and her driver then followed w/o Malan through the streets, during which time she repeatedly screamed at him: "I hate you, I hate you', and spit on the ground.Junior officers repeatedly tried to get her under control but she ignored them in her rage, reported Volksblad.

Because of her interference, according to the statement submitted by Adv Gert van Niekerk, acting for Malan, his client had to go to a private doctor to getr Xrays done of his injuries during which it was found that one arm was broken.
The SAPS refused to  lodge a formal charge against the injured Malan - but had illegally locked him up overnight in a room at Lohathlha military base.

Malan said in his statement issued through the legal representative that he was a 'law-abiding soldier who has received merit-bonuses for the past three years for his excellent work. He felt 'humiliated and injured in his dignity' he said.

Apparently Mpaxa has also been placed on a short-list for promotion to a higher post in Pretoria. The military command, approached for comment, said they did not comment on such cases until the court procedures had been completed.

Below are her cv and her picture: http://www.actc.army.mil.za/aboutus/profiles.htm

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