Kill the Boer week 2:
18 April 2011 Leave a comment
Last week, massive intimidation tactics by Malema’s body-guards and ANC youth league protestors were clearly targetting any witnesses and terrify them enough so that they would not testify against Malema at his hatespeech trial in the Equality Court, Johannesburg. Their tactics are working: at least one farm-attack victim, a witness called by the Transvaal Agricultural Union, became so terrified he pulled out. These intimidation tactics continued on Monday, from the latest media-accounts:
ANC nec-member Derek Hanekom – extremely evasive witness:
Update April 18 2011: “ANC national executive-member Derek Hanekom was “an extremely evasive witness”, he has been told during cross examination at Julius Malema’s hate speech trial. http://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/State-Hanekom-an-evasive-witness-20110418 Listen to trial on http://www.solidariteitradio.co.za/ to ANC youth league president Julius Malema’s hatespeech trial in the Equality Court, Johannesburg.
Intimidation continues: Witnesses have to go past this wall of loudly screaming, aggressive, dancing protestors chanting ‘Kill the Boer’. Their loud singing can be heard thumping away even inside the court-room. Judge Lamont ordered other intimidators out of his court room: i.a. the machine-gun-toting body-guards accompanying Malema and ‘protecting him’ from nobody knows whom. It’s actually illegal for private body-guards or private security-guards to show any weapons outside their clothing in South Africa.The SA Police watching the proceedings did not however arrest these body-guards below for flouting the country’s laws which rule the arming of private security guards… http://www.solidariteitradio.co.za