ANC-regime ignores trauma of Somali ex-captives

ANC regime ignores trauma suffered by Somali captives Debbie Maritz and Bruno Pelizzari

Their Somali captors ‘abused the captured Afrikaner Christian woman while the couple were held captive from  Oct 26 2010 to June 21 2012

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Nothing illustrates the ANC-regime’s lack of compassion towards its 3,4-million Afrikaner citizens better than the uncaring way in which they treated Somali captives Debbie Maritz and Bruno Pelizzari – showing no concern for their well-being during their captivity; refusing the prosecute the Somali pirates when they were captured by the Dutch Navy – and ignoring the couple’s traumatic plight thereafter…

September 22 2014 – by Adriana Stuijt a.j.stuijt@knid.nl  " The lack of compassion with which this white couple was treated by the ANC-regime after their 20-month ordeal at the hands of Somali pirates, is indescribable.
      They were simply expected to ‘get on with their lives’ – even though they are poor. The couple did not even get sufficient trauma-treatment from their ‘government’ nor did they receive any financial compensation for their ordeal.

The couple have since split up, undoubtedly from the stress: as ‘whites’ they have to somehow survive in a country where ‘whites’ like them aren’t even allowed to hold down fulltime jobs – by law.
Debbie Maritz has been particularly traumatized: she told the Afrikaans news media that she was raped repeatedly by her captors and that they never gave her anything to wear except the swimsuit she was captured in. They treated this kind-hearted Christian Afrikaner woman with contempt. The Afrikaans woman reportedly now is in dire straights, trying to survive on the tough streets of Boksburg, unable to forget the terror of her ordeal. 

Yet when the Dutch marines moved in and rescued Peter Eldridge – the Richard’s Bay-based owner/skipper who had lodged himself in a tight corner of tchained himself to the yacht, determined not to get captured, the impoverished couple were worked for him as the crew were marched off at gunpoint during the firefight. Now that five of the Somalis, captured during the firefight, have been convicted and sentenced ten years in a Dutch prison, shouldn’t the Dutch government also be held partially responsible to try and get the couple – but especially Debbie – back on their feet?

Then there’s the South African regime – which has refused to prosecute the five captured Somali pirates after the Dutch Navy had offered to turn the pirates over to the South African authorities. That’s not surprising: the ANC regime also openly refuses to help any Afrikaner even when they are slowly starving to death in little squatter camps. At least one-third of the Afrikaner nation of 3,4million people are suffering severe poverty, according to Solidarity Helping Hand charity, which is struggling to keep these families alive.

These ‘whites’ are not allowed to work, not allowed to own land, must hand over any meagre profits of businesses they may be running to “ANC-cadre partners”, the Afrikaners are not allowed to even educate their own children in their home language of Afrikaans… Nothing highlights the lack of concern shown towards the Afrikaners by the ANC regime better than their horrendous neglect of the badly traumatized Debbie Maritz after she and Bruno were rescued by Somali military forces.

The South African regime couldn’t even be bothered to negotiate for this impoverished Afrikaner couple’s release.

I call on the international community to please help Debbie Maritz and Bruno Pellizari. Debbie is a badly traumatized woman whose ordeal was described far too briefly to the international community: after they had made their money out of the dramatic story of their release… everybody just ignored her, including her own government…

Somali security forces have rescued a South African couple kidnapped by pirates in the Indian Ocean’. http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/06/21/12343356-south-african-sailors-freed-by-somali-pirates-after-20-months?lite
http://sabahionline.com/en_GB/articles/hoa/articles/newsbriefs/2012/06/21/newsbrief-01

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Dutch marines kill 2 pirates off Somali coast

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April 4, 2011 Mike Corder THE HAGUE, Netherlands — Dutch marines killed two pirates and captured 16 others during an operation to free a hijacked Iranian fishing boat off the coast of Somalia, the Defense Ministry said Monday.
The deadly firefight marked the first time Dutch forces have killed suspected pirates while patrolling the Gulf of Aden as part of an international anti-piracy flotilla. Marines from the frigate HMS Tromp opened fire on the pirates on the hijacked Iranian boat Sunday after they shot at two Dutch inflatable speedboats sent to investigate the fishing vessel, the ministry said. Ten suspected pirates were captured as they tried to flee in a high-speed skiff and six more were detained on the fishing boat. The bodies of two suspected pirates killed in the firefight also were recovered on the vessel. Dutch Defence Ministry spokeswoman Marloes Visser said the pirates, some of whom were wounded in the shooting, were being questioned on board the Tromp. The injured were receiving medical treatment, but it was unclear if the captives would be taken anywhere for trial. "It is not yet clear what will happen next. Prosecutors will have to decide," Visser told The Associated Press. Wim de Bruin of the national prosecutor’s office said Monday he had no information on the case. Even as Dutch marines searched the Iranian dhow, another group of pirates approached, apparently intent on hijacking the boat, the Defense Ministry statement said. The crew of the Tromp fired warning shots to force the second group of pirates to flee. The dhow and its crew were allowed to sail away from the scene of the attacks after the Dutch intervention.After years of tentative action against pirates, the international armada sent to protect shipping in the gulf has become more assertive and willing to prosecute captured hijackers rather than let them go. Last month, the Indian navy attacked in self-defense a fishing boat, which had been used by pirates as a mothership. Sixty-one pirates were captured and were taken to Mumbai, India’s financial capital, to be prosecuted. And in 2009, U.S. Navy SEAL sharpshooters killed three pirates who were holding the American captain of the Maersk Alabama ship.
Last year, five Somalis were convicted of attacking a Dutch Antilles-flagged cargo ship with automatic weapons and a rocket-propelled grenade, in the first piracy case to come to trial in Europe in modern times. They are serving five-year prison sentences in a Dutch jail,

Five of 11 pirates who captured South Africans Debbie Maritz and Bruno Pellizzari were arrested by the Dutch Navy: however, the ANC regime refused to prosecute them in South Africa so the Dutch put them on trial in Rotterdam, The Netherlands:

Five more Somali men suspected of hijacking a South African yacht last year (and captured a South African couple during a firefight) also awaiting trial in a jail in the Netherlands.
http://www.deseretnews.com/article/700124190/Dutch-marines-kill-2-pirates-off-Somali-coast.html
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Bruno Pelizzari and Deborah Calitz release pending: October 20 1011: "To SA yacht crew members said to be ‘safe in Mogadishu after misunderstanding with Somali pirates with a religious agenda’.
The two Afrikaner Christians were captured from the yacht Choizil since October 26 2010.The couple’s capture was described by Peter Eldridge, skipper of the yacht, testifying to Dutch police.Jan 10 2011 – Peter Eldridge, skipper of the yacht Choizil, has described his ordeal at the hands of Somali pirates who seized his yacht and kidnapped his crewmates, Bruno Pelizzari and Deborah Calitz, to Dutch police and court officials. It has also been reported that the captured Durban couple, after a ‘misunderstanding with Somali pirates with a religious agenda’ , are said to be ‘safe’ in Mogadishu.The couple have no money. The skipper managed to escape with the help of Dutch Marines when his yacht was seized by Somali pirates but they dragged away his two hapless crewmates: two empoverished Afrikaners who had hitched a ride with him to get back to South Africa. Brono Pelizzari and Debarah Calitz were dressed only in their swim suits when they were captured.Pelizzari’s sister Vera said last night they had learned of the sentencing on Friday, but it did not change the fact that her brother and Deborah were still being held captive after nine months. Tanya Waterworth writes in the Cape Argus that the families issued the plea to the pirates holding them, al-Shabaab and All Somalia to "show humanity – release our family from this emotional famine that has been imposed on us.”

The desperate plea will be circulated in the Somali media on Monday. In the emotional plea for their return, Pelizzari highlighted the work being done by South Africa’s Gift of the Givers charity in the famine-stricken city of Mogadishu and its immediate surrounds.

“Every night we have heard on the news how South Africa, through the Gift of the Givers and the generosity of many South Africans, are assisting Somalia in its famine crisis and saving countless lives.

“These two South Africans are people of Africa and innocent of any offence to their brothers and sisters of Somalia.

“We ask the pirates holding them, al-Shabaab and all Somalia to show humanity – release our family from this emotional famine that has been imposed on us,” they said in their the plea. Deborah Calitz’s daughter, Kerri, said the families were hoping the media plea would help get her mother freed.

“The pirates’ sentencing does not help us at all – my mom and Bruno are still being held.” – Independent on Saturday
http://www.iol.co.za/news/africa/frantic-appeal-on-kidnap-by-pirates-1.1116982

South African authorities refused to prosecute the five Somali pirates after their capture by the Dutch Navy:

Five of the twelve pirates were tried after they were captured by the Dutch navy. The South African authorities refused to prosecute them after the the Dutch navy rescued the South African skipper and his yacht and towed it to Richard’s Bay harbour.  The captain of the yacht, Peter Eldridge, submitted testimony to the Dutch authorities and the law courts about the cruel circumstances in which he and his two crew-members were attacked. Eldridge refused to leave his yacht and was rescued by the Dutch navy.  The Dutch captured five of the pirates but others managed to drag away the two Afrikaner crew-members, Bruno Pelizzari and his life-partner Deborah Calitz. They have been in captivity ever since October 26, 2010, ‘somewhere in Mogadishu’.
In January this year,  Peter Eldridge, skipper of the yacht Choizil, returned to South Africa after described his ordeal at the hands of Somali pirates to Dutch police and court officials.

It has also been reported that the captured Durban couple, both Christians, were nearly killed shortly after their capture – due to ‘a ‘misunderstanding with Somali pirates with a religious agenda’ but that they were said to be ‘safe’ in Mogadishu since that time.

The South African authorities claim that they are ‘negotiating for their release". The couple have no money for ransom and neither do their family. The most important thing now is to get Bruno and Debbie back safely,’ said SA yachtsman Peter Eldridge after testifying at the trial of five captured Somali pirates in The Netherlands, which led to their imprisonment on August 12 2011 in Rotterdam.He positively identified the accused men as being among the armed pirates who had hijacked the Choizil. “I then went before the magistrate and said virtually the same things, and was then asked questions by the lawyers.” He said that giving evidence there and knowing that some of the men had been arrested had not helped him in dealing with the trauma of the incident. “It is probably something I will never get over… The most important thing now is to get Bruno and Debbie back safely,” he said at the time. – The Mercury http://www.iol.co.za/news/africa/skipper-describes-hijacking-to-cops-1.1009939
 

South African international relations spokesman Saul Kgomotso Molobi: “kidnappers made no contact with South African government…’ (which has an embassy in Mogadishu).

According to Sail World’s purportedly ‘well-placed source’ in February this year a man named Andrew Mwangura in Kenya, and whose links with the piracy-industry in Somalia have in the past were said to be ‘extremely accurate’, the abducted couple Bruno Pelizzari and Debbie Calitz were moved to Mogadishu after their capture.

  • South African International Relations spokesman Saul Kgomotso Molobi said on 12 August 2011 that ‘the kidnappers had not made contact with the South African government nor with the relatives of Bruno Pelizzari and his partner, Deborah Calitz. ‘They have not sent any ransom demands so we don’t know what they want,’ he said. However, Molobi said hope for the couple’s safe return has not faded, as pirates sometimes took a long time to make ransom demands. ‘We believe they are alive. “

Urgent plea from families of captive South Africans to free Bruno Pelizzari and Deborah Calitz after nine months captivity.. Five Somalian pirates sentenced to Dutch prison sentences http://bit.ly/qLbnPH  – http://www.iol.co.za/news/africa/frantic-appeal-on-kidnap-by-pirates-1.1116982

HOW WERE THE PIRATES CAPTURED?
The pirates were tried in Rotterdam the Netherlands after they were captured by the Dutch navy.

  •  The South African authorities refused to prosecute them after the the Dutch navy rescued the South African skipper and his yacht and towed it to Richard’s Bay harbour.
    The captain of the yacht, Peter Eldridge, submitted testimony to the Dutch authorities and the law courts about the cruel circumstances in which he and his two crew-members were attacked. Eldridge (tied himself to the ship) and refused to leave his yacht and was rescued by the Dutch navy. 
    The Dutch captured five of the pirates but others managed to drag away the two Afrikaner crew-members, Bruno Pelizzari and his life-partner Deborah Calitz. They have been in captivity ever since October 26, 2010, ‘somewhere in Mogadishu’.
    In January 2012,  Peter Eldridge, skipper of the yacht Choizil, returned to South Africa after describing his ordeal at the hands of Somali pirates to Dutch police and court officials (in Rotterdam).
    It has also been reported that the captured Durban couple, both Christians, were nearly killed shortly after their capture – due to ‘a ‘misunderstanding with Somali pirates with a religious agenda’ but that they were said to be ‘safe’ in Mogadishu since that time. The South African authorities claim that they are ‘negotiating for their release".
    The couple have no money for ransom and neither do their family. All the presents that Bruno and Debbie had bought for family back home and their money were found. When they came back we repeatedly told them we didn’t have any money and that we were South African,’ he said. The pirates stayed on the yacht while a mother ship carrying drums of fuel delivered food and tea to them.
    The three South Africans were used as human shields by the muslims:
    On November 7, the pirates holding Eldridge and the couple hostage on the yacht, spotted a French warship on the horizon. ‘There were two boats. One was from Amsterdam. Their helicopters were hovering overhead. The pirates then began firing at the warship with their AK47s and launched rockets.’
    Eldridge was told to contact the French vessel. Eldridge was able to inform them over the radio that there were eight pirates on board. ‘Afterwards, the pirates made us sit on the side of the yacht, facing the warship. They had guns to our heads,’ he said.
    The pirates motored the yacht until the motor seized and it ran aground on the Somali coast. The couple were forced ashore but Eldridge refused to leave. ‘One of the pirates came back,’ he said. ‘He ripped the microphone from the radio and started beating me. I refused to go. I lodged myself so he couldn’t pull me out. He then discharged his weapon. I was uninjured. He then left.’
    Eldridge made contact with the warship again and was rescued.
    At time of writing, no contact has been established with the kidnapping pirates, and no ransom demand has so far been made. Plettenberg Bay/Sail-World Cruising
    http://www.sail-world.com/Cruising/international/I-would-have-gone-down-with-my-yacht.-Pirate-sailor-victim-tells/76978
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    Richards Bay yachtsman Peter Eldridge, owner of the yacht Choizil, was exhausted after returning from the Netherlands, where he was interviewed by police and court officials on his hijacking by Somali pirates near Tanzania on Oct 26 2010,  reported Bronwyn Gerretsen. Mr Eldridge’s yacht was pirated on the high seas near Tanzania by AK47-wielding pirates on October 26. He, along with his crew, Durban couple Bruno Pelizzari and Deborah Calitz, were held hostage for 13 days before the yacht was run aground. Eldridge was left on the yacht after he refused to disembark, but Pelizzari and Ms Calitz were taken hostage. Five Somali pirates – among those who hijacked Eldridge – were arrested by the anti-piracy task force and put on trial in the Netherlands law courts.
    Eldridge was returned to Richard’s Bay by a Dutch warship after his ordeal, and last week was flown to the Netherlands to testify. He was first interviewed by Dutch police, to whom he related details of the incident.
    “The most important thing now is to get Bruno and Debbie back safely,’ said SA yachtsman Peter Eldridge after testifying at the trial of five captured Somali pirates in The Netherlands, which led to their imprisonment on August 12 2011 in Rotterdam.
    He positively identified the accused men as being among the armed pirates who had hijacked the Choizil. “I then went before the magistrate and said virtually the same things, and was then asked questions by the lawyers.”
    He said that giving evidence there and knowing that some of the men had been arrested had not helped him in dealing with the trauma of the incident.
       “South Africa has not interfered with Somalia by sending soldiers”..
     South African International Relations spokesman Saul Kgomotso Molobi said yesterday that ‘the kidnappers had not made contact with the South African government nor with the relatives of Bruno Pelizzari and his partner, Deborah Calitz. ‘They have not sent any ransom demands so we don’t know what they want,’ he said. However, Molobi said hope for the couple’s safe return has not faded, as pirates sometimes took a long time to make ransom demands. ‘We believe they are alive. South Africa has not interfered with Somalia by sending military to that country, so we are taking this as a good sign that hostages from South Africa will not be harmed. In one incident, pirates made a ransom demand four weeks after the kidnapping so there’s no reason to lose hope.’ http://www.sail-world.com/Cruising/international/Hope–for-kidnapped-South-African-cruising-sailors/77547

    Eldridge’s account of couple’s capture:
    In a blow by blow account of the traumatic hijacking off the Tanzanian coast on October 26, Peter Eldridge, 61, explained that he was prepared to sink his yacht, SY Choizil, if the pirates made it their ‘mother ship’ to rob other vessels. ‘I had made peace that … if they were going to go ahead with their plan to make it their mother ship, I was prepared to sink with my yacht and the pirates,’ he said.  Eldridge refused to leave his yacht when the pirates  took his crew hostage on November 7 2011. Eldridge, an experienced yachtsman, had lived on his yacht on the coast of Dar-es- Salaam for several years. ‘I decided to sail to Richards Bay in November because it was a good time to sail. I approached Bruno and Debbie to be my crew and they agreed because this would allow them to visit their families back home,’ Eldridge said at the Zululand Yacht Club. He said the issue of piracy was fully discussed in Dar-es-Salaam with the couple before they set sail in October. ‘We believed that in the likely event of being attacked, we would be robbed and then the pirates would leave us,’ he said. 
    On October 26, 160km from the Tanzanian coast, two motorboats pulled up on either side of the yacht. He was quickly able to send out a mayday signal. Twelve pirates, armed with AK47 guns and RPG rockets, boarded the yacht. ‘Communication was poor but they demanded the satellite radio and any cellphones we had. They disconnected the fixed radio and removed it.’ The three were held at gunpoint while the vessel was searched.
    ‘All the presents that Bruno and Debbie had bought for family back home and their money were found. When they came back we repeatedly told them we didn’t have any money and that we were South African,’ he said. The pirates stayed on the yacht while a mother-ship carrying drums of fuel delivered food and tea to them. On November 7, the pirates spotted a French warship on the horizon. ‘There were two boats. One was from Amsterdam. Their helicopters were hovering overhead. The pirates then began firing at the warship with their AK47s and launched rockets.’

previous reports:
Urgent plea from families of captive South Africans to free Bruno Pelizzari and Deborah Calitz after nine months captivity.. Five Somalian pirates sentenced to Dutch prison sentences
http://bit.ly/qLbnPH  – Aug 12 2011 – After the criminal court in Rotterdam sentenced five Somali pirates to up to 7 years in a Dutch prison for capturing two South Africans during their attack on a South African yacht , the family of the captives issued a plea to the Somalis to release the young couple after nine months of captivity.
http://www.sail-world.com/Cruising/international/Hope-for-kidnapped-South-African-cruising-sailors/77547
http://censorbugbear-reports.blogspot.nl/2011/01/2-sa-citizens-captives-of-somalia-since.html

Boksburg: historic farmowner gets death threats

Leon Beukes stakes his historic family claim to the farm Vogelfontein 84 – upon which Boksburg was founded

Leon Beukes, embroiled in a legal row with the Boksburg ‘ Ekurhuleni ‘ ANC-run town council over his long-standing land-rights to the historic Vogelfontein farm portion 84 — upon which Boksburg was founded – is receiving death threats and sinister visits from black men who say he’s going to die…

 Boksburg News journalist Riaan Engelbrecht described the sinister arrival of three sinister black males who arrived at the home of Vogelfontein land-owner Leon on Sunday, July 10. Beukes: “they refused to identify themselves but said they represented the ruling party and had come with a municipal order for him to be evicted from the land… they told me I am going to lose my life. Next morning a note was stuck to my fence which was a blatant death threat. It starts with: ‘goodbye Leon’…

Beukes’ land-rights battle goes back many years. The land In question is Vogelfontein 84, upon which Beukes stays and where 29 other houses are also situated. Beukes has, for many years, been accumulating evidence to prove that this strip of land, with all the property on it, is rightfully registered in his name and therefore the local government has no legal grounds to evict him or those staying on the property. He has title deeds to prove that the farm still belongs to him — and that all the subsequent property transfers, which have predominantly taken place in Boksburg, are null and void.

Regarding his own property, Vogelfontein 84, where he has lived since childhood, Beukes has put up a fight over the years against the local government and even DRD GOLD, which is the holding company of some of the former ERPM properties, regarding his legal ownership of the land. Beukes does not believe the men who approached him on Sunday were coming on orders from the metro, since they were not from the office of the sheriff and he is still embroiled in court battles with the metropolitan council.He, however, believes that this was simply another attempt to expropriate the land by force

BEUKES LEON BOKSBURG VOGELFONTEIN 84 LAND RIGHTS DEATH THREATS

Beukes’ land-rights battle goes back many years. The land In question is Vogelfontein 84, upon which Beukes stays and where 29 other houses are also situated. Beukes has, for many years, been accumulating evidence to prove that this strip of land, with all the property on it, is rightfully registered in his name and therefore the local government has no legal grounds to evict him or those staying on the property. He has title deeds to prove that the farm still belongs to him — and that all the subsequent property transfers, which have predominantly taken place in Boksburg, are null and void.

Regarding his own property, Vogelfontein 84, where he has lived since childhood, Beukes has put up a fight over the years against the local government and even DRD GOLD, which is the holding company of some of the former ERPM properties, regarding his legal ownership of the land. Beukes does not believe the men who approached him on Sunday were coming on orders from the metro, since they were not from the office of the sheriff and he is still embroiled in court battles with the metropolitan council.He, however, believes that this was simply another attempt to expropriate the land by force, leaving him high and dry.
“I told these men that my battle is with the local government and this battle takes place in court. I have all the evidence that the state never paid for the farm and that I am still the legal owner,” says Beukes.”I have no idea who these men are and what their agenda is. Land expropriation has been in the news a lot lately, so I don’t know if there is intent to take this land, with all its houses, by force.I have been involved in this legal fight for many years, but must I first shoot someone or must I first have to die before my claims are taken seriously? How long must I negotiate with the local government while my life is in danger?”

Beukes, who is the executor of the farm Vogelfontein 84, says if he continues to be intimidated with threats of expropriation then he will liquidate the entire estate upon which Boksburg is built. “The farm was not paid for. That is the truth of the matter. Now people are angry at me for standing my ground. That is not right, but I will not leave until this matter is resolved.”
http://www.looklocal.co.za/looklocal/content/en/boksburg/boksburg-news-general?oid=4527820&sn=Detail&pid=217460&Attempts-made-to-force-Beukes-off-land

 

  Two Afrikaners Heidi Christie, 24, and Albert Danhauser missing in Brakpan since 24 Feb 2011
24 February 2011 BRAKPAN – Source: Thelma Koorts – who interviewed Mrs Sarie Roets, stepmother of Heidi Christie. “Ive been searching for her everywhere. Heidi’s dad Felix is besides himself and we hope that the public can help find them. She may have left with a friend  Albert Danhauser”. The two people are internal refugees without a permanent abode. Contact Mrs Roets 082 961 7319 if anybody has spotted the couple.
http://www.looklocal.co.za/looklocal/content/en/brakpan/brakpan-news-general?oid=3539656&sn=Detail&pid=490018&Jongmense-verdwyn-net

 

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Black-racist cops get away with murder

On April 18 2008, Afrikaans high school prefect James Geldart  – and among the country’s top-ten squash-players –  was shot in the head while fleeing from two cars with black gunmen near Springs.  He was in a coma for days. Left facially disfigured, the traumatised young Afrikaner now lives in Durban. On July 14 2011, the three black mystery-cops from Boksburg municipality who were charged for his attempted murder, are planning to apply in Benoni magistrate’s court D to have the case dropped altogether…

 JamesThomasGeldartShotByEkhuleniCopsApril182008 Beeld On April 18 2008, the unarmed James Geldart, then a promising young Afrikaner high-school student, the senior-prefect at Brandwag High School in Boksburg, became so terrified when confronted by two groups of black gunmen who tried to pull him over in their unmarked cars, that the youth fled and crashed  with the three blacks in hot pursuit – shooting at him while chasing the unarmed young Afrikaner down the highway. They never identified themselves as cops.

He said later that the shots were fired by two groups of armed men in two unmarked cars who had followed him on the N12 highway near Springs.’They were giving no indications that they may have been cops’. Believing they were hijackers or robbers, he called his security company CMS while he continued driving to his parental home. He was shot and injured while fleeing. Spokesmen of his security company confirmed that they could ‘hear the shots while he was calling them in sheer panic’. They immediately rushed to his house because a security alarm had also been raised there by his mother. Young Geldart, bleeding profusely and weak from the gunshot wounds, lost control over his car and crashed it into a wall a block away from his house. There was no sign of the men who had been following him. He was treated on the scene by paramedics and rushed to Glynnwood hospital.

The three cops from Boksburg municipality who were charged two years later with this attempted murder will hear on July 14 2011 in Benoni magistrate’s court D whether the case will be dismissed altogether. They have not only managed to keep their identities a total secret – they have also managed to repeatedly get this case postponed, it never was moved to any higher court for trial – and now it will  very likely be thrown out by the public prosecutor on July 14. Nobody knows who these violent Boksburg municipal cops are to this very day. They have managed —  with the help of friends and colleagues —  to evade the news media ever since their arrest, bail application and repeated court-appearances. Meanwhile young James Geldart has seen no justice done. On July 14 2011, the Afrikaans community will find out whether these black-racist cops will get away with permanently ruining Geldart’s young life. The youth would have been murdered if he hadn’t played dead.  It is said that they are still working at Boksburg municipality, still packing their guns. They have also been charged with discharging a firearm in a populated area and negligent use of a firearm. The newspapers still do not know their names. Journalists believe that the three officers are protected by colleagues and court-officials who are able to sneak them into court rooms. And it will probably happen again on July 14 2011 in Benoni magistrate’s court D.

http://www.looklocal.co.za/looklocal/content/en/benoni/benoni-news-general?oid=4518125&sn=Detail&pid=324&Officers-in-Geldart-case-want-charges-dropped      

The mentally-disturbed, black Kempton Park cop was witnessed on April 26 2011 by car-guard Sipho Baloyi  executing Janet Odendaal in her car at point-blank range. The accused cop initially was denied bail due his mentally-disturbed state. On July 1 2011 he was quietly given R3,000 bail… and is back on the job: his case will be heard again on August 15 in the Kempton Park magistrate’s court

SAPF sergeant Mnape Phineas Kgoale initially was denied bail for Mrs Odendaal’s execution-style murder, which witnessed by the horrified car-guard, Sipho Baloyi, 45, who showed a Beeld journalist the exact way in which the Afrikaans woman had been murdered (picture below).

However June, he suddenly appeared in the local magistrate’s court and quietly granted R2,000 bail. He’s back at work. 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 ws calling the 10111 emergency number. It was reported 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 in the 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 noted on July 1 2011 that Mrs Odendaal’s alleged killer was 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 yesterday. 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?

http://www.beeld.com/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/Sersant-skiet-en-stap-weg-20110428

Odendaal Janet shot dead outside Kempton Park police station  Odendaal Janet car guard shows how she was murderedKemptonPark police stationimage

Sasolburg cops who killed Ignatius Michael ‘Naas” Grobler, Deneysville, were an integral part of the armed gang which carried out a wave of attacks against smallholders are still working… ‘  judge C J Musi, June 3 2011

Grobler Naas 56 murdered rural Denysville Vaaldam security complex Sept82010 2011-06-03 Johan Brits of Beeld newspaper recorded on June 3 2011 in a trial of the Sasolburg court that judge C J Musi expressed his deep concern about the fact that the police-officers who aided and abetted convicted armed robber Moses Sechaba, 23, in carrying out his series of attacks between November 2009 and October 2010 against white homeowners are still working at their jobs. The attacks targetted private homes and smallholders in Sasolburg, Vaalpark, Deneysville and at the high-security compound Club 40 outside Denysville. Ignatius Michael (Naas) Grobler , left,was shot dead at his house in Club 40. The court ruled that Sechaba ‘did not pull the trigger but he is co-responsible for Grobler’s death. Musi said in his summary that Sechaba worked with a gang – and that ‘a group of police officers formed part of this gang. Yet Sechaba is the only one charged with these crimes in this court.’ “Of those police officers are in custody, but others are still working as police officers,’ he said.

“During this trial, a police-officer had even visited Sechaba in the holding cells and threatened Sechaba and told him ‘he knows what he said in his guilty plea.’ Musi said ‘this means that this police officer had access to the dossier. And that worries me. That worries me a lot. I can understand why you fear for your life. I understand why you won’t mention the names of specific fellow-gangmembers in an open court.’ He was sentenced to 29 years prison of which he will have to serve 25 years, on 15 charges of housebreaking, armed robbery, illegal possession of firearms and ammunition, attempted murder and murder. 

At about 04:00 on Sept 8 2010, businessman Naas Grobler, 56, had gone to investigate why his dog was barking so incessantly and was shot dead in cold blood, said his stepson, Mel Shandos, 44, after the murder. The family was under attack and Grobler’s wife Rika, 62, grabbed her cellphone and locked herself in the bathroom of their house, named Lekker Lag, ( Happy Laughter ) when she heard the shots.The gunmen then calmly stole only a cellphone and some jewellery from the house: shortly before the same gang had also robbed two other houses in the same ‘secure’ Club 40 complex, about 10km from Deneysville and the Vaal Dam just before they shot Mr Grobler. One of these houses belongs to Grobler’s son Louis, 30, who also was a partner in their steel business. His house was three doors down from that of his parents. “My stepdad was shot in cold blood,” said Shandos.Three shots were fired, of which at least one hit Grobler snr. His sons described him as “a kind man who had no enemies”.”When my mom heard the robbers flee, she phoned the security guard at the complex’s gate and started screaming,” said Shandos. She was treated for shock. What followed was even more amazing: as it is now said that some police officials from Sasolburg and Deneysville who launched a search for the gang were actually a very integral part of this gang. Some were later arrested after their involvement was proven when Moses Sechaba was arrested. The majority, as judge C J Musi noted, were however ‘still at work’.

http://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/Man-shot-dead-in-Lekker-Lag-home-20100908

http://www.beeld.com/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/Polisielede-help-skurk-inbreek-20110603

 

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Odendaal’s alleged murderer denied bail

4 May 2011 He was previously found guilty of the negligent discharging of a firearm

ICD visits late Odendaal’s family

4 May 2011 Murder accused will apply for bail today

Kgoale is denied bail in Odendaal murder trial

4 May 2011 Case has been postponed until next month

State fights not to grant sergeant bail

4 May 2011 Accused booked himself into clinic for alcohol abuse treatment

Policeman kills woman in front of police station

28 April 2011 Car guard witnessed the incident

Odendaal’s alleged killer in court

30 April 2011 The case has been postponed until Wednesday

Odendaal called 10111 moments before she was killed by policeman

28 April 2011 Friend says she has no idea where Odendaal was before she arrived at the station

Polisielede help skurk inbreek http://www.beeld.com/Suid-Afrika/Nuus/Polisielede-help-skurk-inbreek-20110603

http://censorbugbear-reports.blogspot.com/2010/09/afrikaner-businessman-shot-dead.html

BOKSBURG COPS: WE HAVE NO BOSS

Summary: Sue Viljoen of Delmas, murdered June 12 2011 in Amanzimtoti; Poor-white woman jailed for trying to sell DVD-player for food; pictures: Boksburg metro-cops terrorise business-owners; armed crime soars in Alberton warn citizen-crime fighters.

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WE DON’T HAVE A BOSS,’ claim Boksburg metro-cops while bullying white business owners Peter and Gail Davisson at their Northmead restaurant and garage…

30 June 2011 – A rescued, ‘deleted’ photograph shows the Boksburg metro-cops surrounding owner Peter Davisson of the Bimbos Restaurant, Fifth Avenue Northmead on Monday.Peter and Gail Davisson, who own the Engen garage and Bimbos restaurant, thought they had a good relationship with local authorities –  until they became the victims of police brutality.

DAVISSON PETER surrounded_BOKSBURG_METROCOP_BULLIES_june272011 This venue has been a regular pit stop for officers of the Ekurhulen (Boksburg/Benoni) metro-police and the SA Police Force for the past 13 years. But things went a bit sour on Monday morning June 27 2011.”We have been giving them free coffee for all this time, until 7.30am that morning,” said Peter Davisson. Peter and Gail were manhandled, cuffed and sworn at after they had, very courteously,  requesting the officers move some of their vehicles to the back of the business in order to make space for other customers. This did not sit well with the cops – they rudely refused, told Davisson to ‘tell the customers to move their cars instead.’ “They started arguing with me, and I said I would notify their boss. They laughed at me and said they do not have a boss, one of them said he was the boss,” added Peter. About eight officers then surrounded Peter at this time. His wife Gail saw what was happening and took a camera to capture photos of the event but matters got worse. “They had no name tags so I decided to take their photos,” she said.”They saw me and about three of them manhandled me and cuffed me before taking the camera.” The officers then removed the handcuffs before leaving with the camera.”They said I was lucky they did not arrest me for taking their photos as this was intimidation of officers. “They returned the camera about two hours later and all the photos looked like they were deleted,” said Peter.However the couple took the camera to a photo studio to have the pictures recovered.According to EMPD spokesperson, Wilfred Kgasago, a case against the officers is being investigated by Chief Supt Hennie Erasmus of the Integrity and Standards Unit.
http://www.looklocal.co.za/looklocal/content/en/benoni/benoni-news-general?oid=4507248&sn=Detail&pid=40&EMPD-officers-bully-business-owners

 

 Sue Viljoen of Delmas,  murdered June 12 2011 – throat cut, Amanzimtoti Beach Road Afsaal flats

Viljoen Sue of Delmas murdered Amanzimtoti Afsaal flatsJune122011http://bit.ly/iZng6R  http://www.looklocal.co.za/looklocal/content/en/amanzimtoti/amanzimtoti-news-crime?oid=4507219&sn=Detail&pid=4197376&Hawks-hook-Beach-Road-murder-suspect

 Mrs Sue Viljoen, formerly of Delmas, Gauteng, was found stabbed and strangled under a bush behind the Afsaal flats in Beach Road, Amanzimtoti, KZN on Sunday-morning, June 12 2011. Police await the result of the autopsy but suspect she also was raped. (source: Earl Baillache, looklocal.co.za Amanzimtoto Sue had been staying with her ex-fiancee Charles van Vuuren and his sister Jacqueline Vorster in Doonside for four months. Shue was all set to return to the Gauteng region when she was murdered. The exact circumstances were not fully explained, but colonel Willie Olivier of the Hawks SAPF unit in Durban said they ‘received information about the suspect being in the Toti area. We formed a team with Toti detectives and arrested a man in Old Main Road on Tuesday, June 28,” he said. “We found the deceased’s cell phone in his possession and will continue the investigation.”

 

Empoverished white woman tried to sell her DVD-player for food: arrested, criminalised by Alberton cops, brutalised, dumped in police cell…

An impoverished ‘white’ woman who was walking with her boyfriend on Clinton Road on Tuesday May 24, trying to exchange their DVD-player for food for the day, were arrested for “being drunk in public’ by men who never identified themselves as cops, put hand- and footcuffs on her, and threw her in a jailcell for the night. There’s no indication that she was breathalysed or blood-tested, reported LookLocal reporter Malcolm Maifala on 21 June 2011.

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She was too terrified to provide her name or to lodge charges, she told the journalist. . She said the arrest was wrongful: they were not drunk at all: they were merely poor and hungry, walking on Clinton road behind the Boma on Tuesday May 24 when two black Golf-vehicles approached them. “The two cars stopped next to us, the men – not dressed in police uniforms and who did not identity themselves as police-officers – demanded to know what we had in our backpacks. When my boyfriend told them there was a DVD player in the bag, the men said ‘that is not yours’. That is when they took my boyfriend into the one car.” she said. The woman was taken to a separate car with three men inside. According to the woman, she objected because she didn’t know they were cops and thought they were going to rape her:  “There was no way I was going into a car with three men I didn’t know,” I told them. She was treated very roughly and cursed: she got handcuffs clapped on her wrists and ankles, and it hurt badly, she said. They were taken to Alberton Police Station where they spent the night  in the cells. “How was I supposed to know they were the police? They weren’t dressed in their uniforms and didn’t identify themselves as such.” The woman also claims that she was brutalised by the police. Alberton captain George Rapula insisted that the ‘woman and her boyfriend were drunk in public. ‘ He did not say whether a breathalyser test was done. He also did not say whether she and the boyfriend were given blood-tests for alcohol abuse. He accused the woman of ‘resisting arrest: they had to cuff her hands and feet.’ He denied that any of the police officers had’tried to rape her’.  The woman said she was too terrified to lay a charge against the police, fearing further victimisation. 

http://www.looklocal.co.za/looklocal/content/en/alberton/alberton-news-crime?oid=4489108&sn=Detail&pid=1171119&A-night-behind-bars

 Armed crime soars in Alberton warn Afrikaner crime-fighters

On June 3 2011 Private security guard Tyrone van der Merwe and Dave Burt of the Citizens-Policing Forum spotted a car which matched the description of a yellow Chevrolet Spark stolen on May 26 and during which only one of the two suspects was caught. LookLocal.co.za journalist Monique Hefer writes that Dave Burt spotted the car outside an Alberton shebeen and followed it to a Total garage. At that point the suspect pulled into a parking lot, parked and strolled away.He was hailed by the CPS-member but failed to respond. Tyrone van der Merwe then caught him at a car dealership and carried out a legal arrest. Shortly thereafter the SA Police Service arrived, confirmed that the car was stolen and that this particular suspect also was wanted for an armed robbery. Tyrone van der Merwe said “People must please be aware; crime is increasing in the Alberton area. Any information regarding criminal activity can be reported directly to the CPS control room on 011 024 2426. Together we can make a difference.” The Alberton police reportedly were not reachable for comment.  They were probably too busy harassing poor whites who try to sell their belongings, trying to find anything mealhttp://www.looklocal.co.za.

ALBERTON Afrikaner crime fighters TYRONEvdMERWE_DAVE BURT CRIME SOARS WARNING

 

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