Blerrie Boer: cops ignore attacks on whites
20 July 2011 Leave a comment
Boer, blerrie Boer: black strikers attack two old Afrikaners: nearby Kempton Park cops too busy with speed-traps to notice… http://bit.ly/o0xwvt
A large group of black strikers attacked a 71-yr-old white man in Kempton Park, shouting ‘Boer, blerrie Boer’.
Meanwhile Kempton Park police ignored the violent aggression against a white citizen: they were ‘busy’: running a speed-trap 100m away.
Whites too terrified to ask black cops for protection:
kempton Park’s police have a bad name after their comrade SAPF sergeant Mnape Phineas Kgoale had been witnessed by a very reliable witness ‘allegedly’ shooting dead Mrs Janet Odendaal in cold blood while the unarmed white woman was sitting in her car, speaking on her cellphone outside the police station. Kgoale was given R3,000 bail during a secret bail-application after the first one was denied – and is back on the job. His trial starts Aug 15.
Meanwhile the whites in Kempton Park clearly are growing far too fearful to notify police of black-racist attacks against them: journalist Gerhardt Theron noted that the incident happened last Thursday on Albatross Road — but he only was told about it on the following Tuesday. The elderly Afrikaner, terrified of victimisation, did not want his name published. He said he and a friend were delivering a chair strapped on the back of his bakkie.They were not ‘workers’ – just elderly residents delivering a chair. “When we arrived at the intersection hundreds of strikers surrounded us. A central group of twenty black strikers then attacked our vehicle with sticks, stones and sjamboks.
- ‘They swore at us and shouted “blerrie Boer, blerrie Boer“, the terrified Afrikaner man told Theron.
‘ What did I ever do to those strikers? ‘
Upset, angry and disappointed, the old man asked what he had done to these strikers to act like that. His car was dented and scratched. Luckily no-one was injured.”I don’t care if they strike. They can strike and dance, however, why should they damage everything wherever they go?”
The man said no police escorted these strikers and also — while this attack was going on – nearby black Kempton park police officers ignored the violence: they were ‘busy’ about 100m away, trapping people for ‘peeding.”I believe many more people were attacked by strikers and did not alert the police or press,” said the victim. http://www.looklocal.co.za/looklocal/content/en/kempton-park/kempton-park-news-crime?oid=4531681&sn=Detail&pid=490115&Strikers-attack-71-year-old
Why was R3,000 bail granted to Sergeant Mnape Phineas Kgoale?
Meanwhile, Kempton Park residents are still wondering why the accused murderer of Janet Odendaal, SAPF sergeant Mnape Phineas Kgoale – who initially was denied bail for Mrs Odendaal’s execution-style murder after it was witnessed by the horrified car-guard, Sipho Baloyi, 45. However in June, Kgoale was quietly given bail at the Kempton Park magistrate’s court – where colleagues have also been shielding him from being photographed by the news media. Now, he’s back at work until he has to reappear on August 15 for the start of his ‘trial’,The circumstances of Janet Odendaal’s murder were dismal: It was reported at the time that Kgoale came walking out of the Kempton Park police station while Mrs Odendaal was sitting inside her car: friends told the news media later that she apparently very frightened, and was calling the 10111 emergency number. It was also reported during his first bail application – which was attended by the news media — that Kgoale had just returned to duty from treatment at the Elim Clinic for Alcohol Addiction between March 26 to April 2, and had earlier that year also undergone treatment for some other unspecified mental illness. The court heard at his first bail-application that Kgoale was ‘in a very emotional state because his girlfriend did not allow him to visit their six-year-old daughter because of his ‘violent, erratic behaviour and alcoholism’.
Gerhardt Theron of the local Kempton Park newspaper discovered on July 1 2011 that Mrs Odendaal’s alleged killer was quietly granted R3,000 bail by the Johannesburg High Court on the Wednesday before. “Sgt Mnape Phineas Kgoale paid his bail after his court appearance in Kempton Park Magistrate’s Court,’ noted Theron: adding: ‘during this appearance both the state and the accused’s representative Mr Riaan Louw, asked for a postponement ‘for further investigations’. Louw also wanted to know whether the trial would take place in Kempton Park or in the Johannesburg High Court. Mnape stands accused of shooting and killing Odendaal in Monument Road opposite Kempton Park Police Station on April 26.The case was postponed to August 15.” What happened? And has anybody seen the car-guard lately?