Jeanette Odendaal called 10111 before a black SAPF sergeant shot her dead outside Kempton Park police station
on April 28 2011.
April 29 2011 - The unarmed Afrikaner woman was calling 10111 on her cellphone just moments before a black Kempton Park police-sergeant shot her at close range, killing her. She was parked outside the police station inside her car on Tuesday night.
More than 1000 people fell victim to excessive police violence last year…
The SA independent police directorate also admitted today that more than 500 people were shot dead and/or assaulted by police members in the previous bookyear. In addition there have also been 566 people dying while they were in police custody. The SA police this year also got renamed to the SA Police Force, instead of SA Police Service.
This came to light In an exclusive interview by a close girl-friend of the murdered Afrikaner woman with Express journalist Gerhardt Theron. "It showed she was in distress," said the friend, who did not want to be identified publicly.
She spoke to Theron at the Kempton Park Police Station on Friday, April 29 while the Commissioner of Police spoke to Odendaal's father Nick Odendaal and also to her female partner in a blaze of media attention. Print, radio end television media swamped the station as national police commissioner Bheki Cele and Gauteng Police Commissioner Mzwandile Petros, spoke to the family. The female friend told Theron that ‘it looked as if the bullet entered through Odendaal's shoulder, came out of her chest and then ricochetted from the car back into her stomach.” Odendaal lived in Aston Manor with her female partner and had no children. The black sergeant has been with the force for 17 years. He appears in court today.