Sunday, December 26, 2010

DEWANI / Max Clifford allows anti South African slander to protect Shrien Dewani...ONLY a court of law will know if he is innocent or not. Shriens family may think this is clever' tactics' but it is not helping to find the truth

THE WORLD IS TOO BAD...she didnt deserve it
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WARNING: CONTROVERSIAL STATEMENT: Long ago as an idealist child I yelled at a S.A friend of my mother who said apartheid was needed because you have all these tribes who want to kill each other AND YOU (white people). Back then SA was a top industrial nation. No doubt Apartheid was wrong, but look at the murder rates now? The crime rates? Their global standing and standard of living? It would have been better to divide the land into different tribal lands and give "non-affiliated peoples" a little section in the centre.
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'In Khayelitsha they would have definitely raped her And they [the police] would never have found her'

Remind me never to go to SA.

And all of these African and other 'third world' goverments want to be part of a 'civilised' world.?
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How can you have any faith in a medical officer who says 'I dont think she was shot in the hands but I didn't look at them'? This tells us nothing and isn't even a proper autopsy report. South Africa is corrupt and self preserving - easier for them to deny a culture of murder and violence and frame her husband than face the reality of their horrid society and jepodise tourism. Wouldn't go there of you paid me. RIP Anni.
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This is dragging on - poor family.

I hope the truth comes out soon and justice is served.
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To all those who think South Africa is trying to cover up to protect the tourism industry, Why cover up one murder? When there are hundreds every week that are not covered up at all? The whole world knows that South Africa is a violent and crime ridden country, but this is a very suspicious murder. No one in their right mind would go into an African Township at night, it is asking for trouble.
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- UK, UK, 26/12/2010 09:12

For Heaven's sake!!! You cannot blame South Africa for something that went on in Tobago! It's on the other side of the Atlantic
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Why have andrew p bains, Expat, 26/12/2010 09:31 and - UK, UK, 26/12/2010 09:12 got so many red arrows? Surely what they have posted sounds realistic when you take in all the information considering the truth has yet to be revealed.

Elaine- Trying To Keep Warm!, Birmingham UK, 26/12/2010 08:03
Red arrowed for saying that the family dont need to be reading this especially in such a family centric time of year. What was wrong with that?
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Ah, the experts on South Africa arrive with all their in-depth knowledge. *sigh*
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'Nice one DM- I'm sure this is exactly what her family needs to be reading at this time of year. A tad heartless no?'
Elaine- Trying To Keep Warm!,

Maybe her family are grateful for the fact that the evidence suggests she had not been raped - instead had gone quickly and without much pain and/ or fear. I doubt they are enjoying this time of year anyway considering what has happened, but this knowledge might bring them some peace of mind.. Your comment is unnecessary and reductive.
I hope this poor woman rests in peace and justice is found for her murderers.
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Nice one DM- I'm sure this is exactly what her family needs to be reading at this time of year.
A tad heartless no?
- Elaine- Trying To Keep Warm!, Birmingham UK, 26/12/2010 08:03

I think her family are desperate for any information because their life was put on hold when their beautiful daughter was murdered. Do you really think they care what time of year it is?
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Why the red arrows? What parent would want to see the police report detailing their daughters death at this time of year? A time for being with your family and loved ones.

I feel dreadfully sad for them. .
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I too hope this poor lady gets proper justice, who ever did the dastardly deed.
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Unfortunately there is a great deal of corruption in South Africa, but one would assume that everyone knows SA's crime statistics, and as much as South Africa would like to make things look better, trying to prove a foreigner was responsible for one murder is hardly going to do it.

There are guidelines all over the internet on safety precautions when travelling to SA.

This whole thing is very bizarre.

My thoughts and prayers go out to Anni's family, and I hope and pray that those responsible do the time. May she RIP
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Shouldn't cases like this be closed off to the media until the trial is over and people are found guilty or not guilty?

How can a jury or even a judge make a decision with all the reports and speculation? It doesn't matter that will be reviewing evidence and reports submitted - the information reported from the media will still be in the mind.
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The more you read about this, the more it seems obvious that South Africa is trying to frame the Brit to protect there countries tourism. It is more likly that Anni would have been shot in th heart not neck if she was being executed.

Also, eye-witness statments before suggested she could have been sexually assulted because of her clothing.

Seems like a robery that went into a sexual assult and then all went wrong and ended in murder. Then South Africa trying a majory cover up to hide, robbery, rape and murder.

Mr Dewani may struggle clearing his name given and getting true justice for Anni given he's against a nation. Maybe UK police can offer assistance.
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Anyone that is familiar with how the SA government works will know they are capable of anything when it comes to hiding information. Most ministers in South Africa, including the police force are Marxists.

Witnesses said Anni's underwear was pulled down and her dress up. Maybe she fought for her dear life when they said they wanted to rape her. Obviously not happy the woman is fighting back they shot her. If you don't shoot 'someone' deliberately why does the article state about stab wounds in her back? You don't stab someone three times by accident.

Today there's another story in the mail about a couple that got attacked with a machete. The headline read: "We were virtually hacked to death with a machete in Tobago... but all the authorities did was to ask us to tell the world about their 'fantastic' island"

The SA government is VERY sensitive to it's international image. Sacrificing a couple, as Marxism dictates, is a small price to pay in order to protect a country.
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Nice one DM- I'm sure this is exactly what her family needs to be reading at this time of year.

A tad heartless no?
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This is such a tragedy for the parents of this beautiful woman. My heart goes out to them.
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Poor girl.I hope everyone responsible in this is punished and her family get the justice they deserve.
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RIP Anni.

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