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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Black African Criminals document Racially Motivated Death Threats to 'Colonialists (White)' World Cup Fans; televised on ETV News..




Reuters and Eurosport report that:
Police are hunting two men whose threats on a television programme to kill and rob fans at June's World Cup have alarmed authorities worried South Africa's reputation for violence will deter foreign visitors.

The men, whose faces were concealed, said in a weekend programme that they would commit armed robberies and murder during the month-long soccer spectacular which is expected to attract 450,000 foreign fans. They said this was justified as revenge for colonial wrongs.
Meanwhile IOL report that:
Two e.News journalists have been served with subpoenas in terms of Section 205 of the Criminal Procedure Act after a story which featured interviews with two self-confessed criminals.

One of the criminals stated in the story by Mpho Lakaje - which aired on Friday - that he would rob tourists during the World Cup.
And allegedly -- according to IOL reporting on a Radio 702 News report -- the person who put ETV journalist Mpho Lakaje, into contact with the two 'World Cup Thugs', has been found murdered, after allegedly being forced to drink poision, and leaving what is alleged to be a fake suicide note:
According to Nomsa Maseko's live report from Jabulani police station in Soweto, the family of the man do not believe he killed himself and suspect he was "forced to take the poison". Traces of rat poison were apparently found in his room.

Radio 702 reported that the police are refusing to comment about the "sensitive matter".

Between 30 and 40 newspaper clippings were presented as evidence of life in South Africa. “One article exhibited was published in [the Daily Sun in 2004] by Africa Ka Mahamba. [It was] entitled ‘Taking from whites is not a crime’,” Kaplan said. The article quotes the leader of the “Uhuru cultural club” as telling youngsters who attended a Human Rights Day celebration to steal from whites because “it is the right thing to do”.
[IRB Ruling: MA8-04910: Brandon Huntley]

And of course, most of the 'Poverty is the cause of criminality' brigade, ignore evidence that Poverty is NOT the cause of criminality; and vociferously deny that there is any African racially motivated crime in South Africa, against white people (Heaven forbid Huntley was telling the truth!). They have absolutely nothing to say about Black African criminals stating on live television their clearly racially motivated intentions to rob and murder 'Colonialist' (Read: White/European) 2010 Soccer Fans.........

The following Youtube video, is not the one that was shown by ETV. It is about a journalist doing an interview of two SA criminals -- hijackers. The one (Malevern) recently got out of prison for shooting and killing two Traffic cops in 2000, and he has already been released. These criminals make no mention of robbing foreign ‘colonialists,’ only about hijacking South African citizens, killing traffic cops, etc. Accordingly nobody in the ANC, or SAPS appears much upset about it. And of course, its all blamed on Poor Me Poverty, in between ‘I like crime; its my job I am a criminal!’ No mention of how the ANC 'liberation struggle' (sic) coerced Cannonfodder Black Poverty 'Baby Production'; or how the ANC are currently implementing an “abnormal government-sponsored population explosion” of black poverty!




Boycott 2010 World Cup: Truth & Justice; or Secession?

Death threats for World Cup fans

Reuters, Eurosport.co.uk
18 January 2010



For every 1 000 crimes reported in South Africa, only 430 criminals are arrested. Of these, only 77 are convicted and barely 8 of these are sentenced to two or more years of imprisonment.
[Getting Away with Murder & Rape: RSA Wins Gold In Rapes & Silver in Murder, at Crime Olympics...]

Police are hunting two men whose threats on a television programme to kill and rob fans at June's World Cup have alarmed authorities worried South Africa's reputation for violence will deter foreign visitors.

An interview with the two self-styled criminals on the private television channel eTV caused uproar with both Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa and Commissioner Bheki Cele condemning the station.

The men, whose faces were concealed, said in a weekend programme that they would commit armed robberies and murder during the month-long soccer spectacular which is expected to attract 450,000 foreign fans. They said this was justified as revenge for colonial wrongs.

Mthethwa said the two men could be arrested for intimidation and face charges carrying up to 20 years imprisonment. Cele, who has encouraged a shoot-to-kill policy against violent criminals, demanded that eTV identify the men and give details of their location.

The police minister said the repeated showing of the interview was sensationalist and encouraged crime and a climate of "fear and hysteria."

"It further provides an unwanted public platform for thugs and criminals to serve to undermine South Africa's efforts to ensure a safe and secure 2010 FIFA World Cup," he said.

He assured foreign visitors that the World Cup would be safe.

eTV defended the programme, saying it was good investigative journalism that did not glorify criminals.

South African and World Cup officials are sensitive about violence, which is one of the biggest concerns around the tournament. The country has one of the world's highest rates of violent crime, with 50 murders a day.

Chief World Cup organiser Danny Jordaan last week angrily dismissed repeated suggestions that the ambush of the Togolese football team at the African Nations Cup in Angola had sharpened the threat of violence at the tournament.

» » » » [Yahoo News/Reuters/Eurosport (PDF)]




Cops hunt men who threatened World Cup fans on TV

Johannesburg, South Africa
Jan 18 2010 15:23


Four elderly Dutch tourists were shot at enroute to their Marloth Park holiday cottage near the Kruger Wildlife Reserve and robbed of about R100,000’s worth of electronic equipment and personal documents. Their rental car was hijacked and they were left stranded at the roadway in the pitch-dark. The attack happened at 20:30.
[ZA Top 20 Dangerous Travel Destinations]

Police are hunting two men whose threats on a television programme to kill and rob fans at June's Soccer World Cup have alarmed authorities worried that South Africa's reputation for violence will deter foreign visitors.

An interview with the two self-styled criminals on e.tv caused an uproar, with both Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa and police National Commissioner Bheki Cele condemning the station.

The men, whose faces were concealed, said in a weekend programme that they would commit armed robberies and murder during the month-long soccer spectacular, which is expected to attract 450 000 foreign fans. They said this was justified as revenge for colonial wrongs.

Mthethwa said the two men could be arrested for intimidation and face charges carrying up to 20 years imprisonment. Cele, who has encouraged a shoot-to-kill policy against violent criminals, demanded that e.tv identify the men and give details of their location.

The police minister said the repeated showing of the interview was sensationalist and encouraged crime and a climate of "fear and hysteria".

"It further provides an unwanted public platform for thugs and criminals to serve to undermine South Africa's efforts to ensure a safe and secure 2010 Fifa World Cup," he said.

He assured foreign visitors that the World Cup would be safe.

e.tv defended the programme, saying it was good investigative journalism that did not glorify criminals.

South African and World Cup officials are sensitive about violence, which is one of the biggest concerns around the tournament. The country has one of the world's highest rates of violent crime, with about 50 murders a day.

Chief World Cup organiser Danny Jordaan last week angrily dismissed repeated suggestions that the ambush of the Togolese football team at the African Nations Cup in Angola had sharpened the threat of violence at the tournament.

'Abominable'

Meanwhile, a British company is marketing stab-proof vests to football fans visiting South Africa for the World Cup, a move denounced on Monday as "scare tactics" to make money off crime fears.

"We think it's abominable ... it's not necessary. It's a money-making exercise using scare tactics," said Rich Mkhondo, spokesperson for the organising committee.

Protektorvest company is marketing stab-proof vests to tourists who fear being mugged and stabbed during the World Cup at a cost of R510, also offering free delivery at a hotel in Johannesburg or Pretoria.

The company can also customise the vest with team or national emblems.

Jordaan says the country is spending R1,3-billion to beef up security. That includes the 45 000 police officers deployed for the event, but also new equipment including helicopters, water cannons, body armour and 100 new patrol vehicles. -- Reuters, AFP

» » » » [Mail & Guardian (PDF)]




e.tv ordered to tell whereabouts of thugs

Staff Reporter, IOL:Pretoria News
January 19 2010 at 07:06AM



Victoria's Smurfit's taxi was shot at in Strand Street, Cape Town, by a gang. Police say the shooting was likely to have been part of an initiation ceremony, dubbed 'Kill a Tourist' Day.
['It was kill a tourist day in South Africa - and we were in the way']

Two e.News journalists have been served with subpoenas in terms of Section 205 of the Criminal Procedure Act after a story which featured interviews with two self-confessed criminals.

One of the criminals stated in the story by Mpho Lakaje - which aired on Friday - that he would rob tourists during the World Cup.


Another said that he would be prepared to shoot his way out of a stand-off with police if he felt his life was in danger.

According to the free-to-air television station, this was in response to a question as to what he thought of the police's new tougher approach to fighting crime.

The footage had both self-confessed criminals' identities hidden - one with a stocking pulled over his head and the other filmed loading a firearm - and contained comments that they intended to commit armed robberies and murder during the football showpiece in June and July.

Melissa Fredericks, e.tv's publicist, said state prosecutors required e.News's group news editor, Ben Said, and reporter Lakaje to appear in court on January 25 unless they provide the following:

  • The identity (names and surnames), addresses and contact details of the persons interviewed.

  • Full particulars of who brought the firearms visible during the programme to the interview, who possessed the firearms during the interview and what happened to the firearms after the interview was completed.

  • The original and unedited footage of the interview.

Fredericks said the matter was with e.News's attorneys.

Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa has accused the station of "reckless harbouring of criminals".

Mthethwa said the men would face charges of contravening the Intimidation Act for their comments which could carry sentences of up to 25 years.

Mthethwa also said e.tv's "repeated airing of this footage constitutes gratuitous sensationalism, promotes unlawfulness and creates a climate of fear and hysteria".

This article was originally published on page 3 of Pretoria News on January 19, 2010

» » » » [IOL-Pretoria News (PDF)]




eTV editor subpoenaed

Article By: Chantall Presence, IAfrica
Tue, 19 Jan 2010 09:17


eTV has announced one of its reporters and a news editor have been served with a subpoena relating to the recent airing of a controversial story featuring two self-confessed criminals.

The item drew criticism from Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa and Police Chief Bheki Cele, who labelled the piece sensational.

It featured two criminals outlining their intentions to rob and murder people during the upcoming FIFA World Cup.

eTV Group Editor Ben Said said the section 205 subpoena was under discussion.

"They want us to hand over those tapes as well give the identities, addresses and contact details of the persons interviewed. That matter is obviously with our lawyers but it leaves a bit of a bitter taste."

» » » » [IAfrica]




Man involved in e.tv story dead - report

By IOL Staff Reporter
January 19 2010 at 12:15PM



[Protest Sign: Land of Opportunity for Murderers, Rapists and Thieves. Lone Smallholders Protestor Against Crime]

“For the World Cup, they give a visa to everybody.” -- Khola, the Ghanaian[Magnet for Immigration: 3 - 6 million Illegal Immigrants in South Africa]

A Soweto man in late forties has reportedly committed suicide, allegedly because of his involvement in the report that e.tv ran about criminal activities during the 2010 World Cup.

The insert was run by Radio 702, which reported that the man's suicide note mentioned the name of the e.tv reporter.

The man was apparently person who put the e.tv newsteam in contact with the criminals.

According to Nomsa Maseko's live report from Jabulani police station in Soweto, the family of the man do not believe he killed himself and suspect he was "forced to take the poison".

Traces of rat poison were apparently found in his room.

Radio 702 reported that the police are refusing to comment about the "sensitive matter".

» » » » [IOL (PDF)]




South Africa condemns World Cup stab-vests

Officials say the stab-vests might draw attention to those wearing them

BBC
Monday, 18 January 2010, 13:29 GMT



Protector Vest's SAPS Security Facts for South Africa:
» » During 2008/2009 a total of 72,194 (59.5%) of all aggravated robberies were street/public robberies. In 38% of street robberies, knives were used;
» » Knives and other sharp objects were the most common instruments used to kill victims (52,2%), followed by firearms (28,8%) and blunt objects (12,7%);
» » During 2008/2009 a total of 2,098,229 serious crime cases were registered in the RSA;
» » Of the approximately 2,1 million cases, roughly 686,120 (32.7%) were contact crimes.
[Al Qaeda et al Terrorism at 2010 World Cup]

South Africa's authorities have condemned a London-based company which wants to sell stab-vests to visiting football fans during the World Cup.

The national police says the company was causing "unnecessary fear".


South Africa's football boss Kirsten Nematandani has assured visitors that all safety measures were in place.

South Africa has one of the world's highest rates of violent crimes but the authorities say they will tighten security for the tournament.

Protektorvest, which currently sells its merchandise online, says there is a "high demand" for protective clothing and claim the stab-vests which cost close to $70 (£43) are the "No 1 personal protection for the World Cup 2010".

Fans can add their national flag to the vest, or slogans such as "Free hugs" or "Ole".

Protektorvest owner Sascha Cutura denied that the company was saying South Africa was unsafe.

"We fulfil a need from security-conscious people," he told the BBC.


'Out of order'

Mr Nematandani chastised the company's owners and called for them to be "condemned by their own country's officials".

"These people are out of order… we've never heard of such measures being taken before and there surely is no need for it," he said, South Africa's Times newspaper reports.

According to their website, the company plans to open offices near South Africa's OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg for the duration of the World Cup.

Mr Cutura said this is where the company hopes to sell most of its vests.

The BBC's Pumza Fihlani in Johannesburg says security officers usually advise foreign travellers to guard against "standing out".

She says tourists wearing stab-vests at football matches or on sight-seeing trips may attract more attention to themselves - potentially increasing their chances of being attacked.

Mr Cutura pointed out that the vests could also be worn underneath clothes to avoid attracting too much attention.

Fan groups in England have also condemned the vests.

» » » » [BBC (PDF)]

» » [SA's Robbers with Blue Lights & Badges...]
» » [On Al'Qaeda et al Terrorism & the 2010 Soccer World Cup]
» » [Crime Olympics: ZA wins Gold In Rapes & Silver in Murder]
» » [S.African Violence Strikes Canadians Twice in December...]
» » [SA Most Dangerous Country in World, ahead of Iraq & Afghanistan]
» » [ZA Top 20 Dangerous Travel Destinations: Beware: SA is Violent.. ]
» » [‘SA not ready’ 2010 Terror: ‘Intelligence Services woefully unprepared’]
» » [ZA Top 20 # 2:... UK, US, AU et al warn citizens: “Exercise Highest Degree of Caution”]


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