“In South Africa arrested individuals are typically beaten, with cops enacting their sadistic fantasies on the men women held in their custody. Leaving the police station in a body bag has become quite common in South Africa. In 2013 in fact, 932 people of all colours died in police custody, mostly due to police brutality.” Johannes Coetzee
by L. Oneale & G. Vallone
I often read how the fact that American law enforcement arrests and convicts blacks more frequently than it does Asians and whites, proves that the American criminal justice system is raysissst. (That’s EKP speak for racist, when it’s used as tool to incite hatred and discord by the Left.)
The American police can be heavy-handed because they typically attract borderline personalities to the profession, and we by no way condone police lawlessness or abuse of any kind from law enforcement, but generally speaking blacks are arrested most, because they are the most prone to crime. That’s not to say there aren’t racist cops-just that generally speaking blacks are locked up because they deserve locking up. It’s really that simple.
In England – blacks, Moslems, Poles, Romanians and Baltic people are arrested and convicted most (per capita), as they are the groups most predisposed to crime. Three of these groups are white, yet the police are still being accused of systemic racism by the Marxists in charge.
Quite remarkably, in South Africa (SA), whites are actually overrepresented in arrest and prosecution figures, in relation to the amount of crimes committed. Non-blacks are also singled out for police harassment, random stop and search violations and police aggression, even when statistics demonstrate that they are least prone to perpetrate crime. Now that’s actual racism!
In South Africa, because of affirmative action programs, cops are predominantly black. Blacks dislike non-blacks and use their position of authority to see their hatred is put into actual action.
Blacks themselves are also the victims of rampant police brutality and rape, at the hands of cops. (see this story on the Joburg cop that raped hundreds of women on duty)
The fact that 99% of all ANC necklacing cases were perpetrated by Marxist power-mad blacks against other blacks should give you some indication how they treat one another. Blacks have faired worse under the ANC than other racial or ethnic group-an inconvenient truth liberals from the US to SA run from.
Police brutality in SA is widespread and is as colour-blind as Marxist hatred. People in custody being beaten to death and raped with broom handles, sexually assaulted, suffocated, drowned in toilets etc has been a common occurrence. Mix one part Marxism, another part black hatred and stupidity, one last part opportunity because of newly acquired authority, and you have a recipe for disaster.
If black cops didn’t fall asleep so often whilst on duty, incidents of police brutality would undoubtedly be higher.
Johannes Coetzee tells us that last year a coloured (mixed race) man was so badly beaten in police custody his liver ruptured. He bled to death internally while being handcuffed to a radiator. He had been arrested for stealing a beer. He was crying in pain as the cops (6 blacks and one white) were videotaped laughing, smoking cigarettes and sleeping!
Then there’s the incompetence. Laura Oneale looks at a recent case in Moffetview as a prime example of police incompetence and general disregard for the rule of law.
Recently two young male adults-both white, aged between twenty and twenty-three were arrested in separate incidents-the first for a traffic infraction, the other for possessing narcotics. The alleged criminals were taken to a local police station and put into a holding cage, measuring approximately one square meter (10.764ft).
A cage that’d be illegal to house a pet in Britain for more than a few hours at a time.
In fact one square meter is approximately one third the size of holding cages designed to house stray dogs in most western animal pounds-hardly adequate for two adult male humans.
The victims were held in this exceedingly small cell, caged like pet shop animals, for over three hours where they had no access to bathroom facilities, not given any water to drink and had to remain seated on a cement floor.
The first was taken to the station, where his life was put at risk, after running a red robot/light. This, in spite of the fact the robot was deemed defective upon farther investigation.
Later in the afternoon two youngsters, a twenty-three year old white male was walking down the road with his friend, a black youngster. A police car stopped, and two officers approached them.
The black teenager was asked to identify himself, and the other lad was asked to empty his pockets. Both men complied, with the white fellow proceeding to empty his pockets as instructed. Immediately after taking possession of the goods, the officer accused the young man of stealing the property and informed him that he would be arrested.
The male suspect tried to explain that it was his property and that he did not steal the goods. The black officer replied that he would be arrested for possession of drugs, in spite of the fact he didn’t have drugs on his person. The arresting officer hand cuffed the white teen and threw him into the police vehicle, instructing the black to head home.
Within ten minutes, the police and suspect arrived at the Moffetview Police Station, at which point ‘Johan’ was taken into a little one square meter section where he met the youngster who was arrested earlier for reckless driving. The arresting officer then went to lunch, forgetting about the suspects who were now pinned together in a cell not large enough to house a parrot, that had now two men crammed into it.
The fact that these men could harm one another, was also never considered.
After the cop returned from lunch, he permitted the lad arrested for drug possession to phone his parents.
The family raced as fast as they were able to the station due to fear their son’s life was in danger.
Why were they in such fear?
In South Africa arrested individuals are typically beaten, with cops enacting their sadistic fantasies on the men in their custody. Leaving the police station in a body bag has become quite common in South Africa. In 2013 in fact, 932 people died in police custody, mostly due to police brutality.
Over the past few years, the forceful and brutal behaviour of police officers has often been in the news, but little or nothing has been done to prevent it.
After several attempts to try and get their child released from confinement, the parents had no choice but to call influential people who could assist them deal with what was not only an unlawful arrest, but a civil rights violation. (see bottom of page for South African law on the matter)
After realising he had done wrong, the arresting officer, who was angered by the parents efforts, moved the man to a more appropriate holding cell in another part of the station.
The youngster was taken away after spending more than three hours caged like an animal without water to drink.
The family’s lawyer arrived and immediately began the process of arranging a bail application for the accused. After another hour, with all fees paid, the family could leave and go to the central police station to collect the accused.
On Monday January 6, 2014, the accused, and his mother went to the Johannesburg Magistrate Court for the first appearance. They met with the attorney, who was convinced that he would be able to have the case withdrawn by the state on a technicality.
The attorney representing the accused negotiated with the state prosecutor and successfully had the charges withdrawn. It appeared that the arresting officer had conflicting information in his statement and admitted that a security firm had arrested the boy.
Although South African law protects the rights of the accused, the men running our nation, care little for it.
Chapter 2 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa Act No. 108 of 1996 headed Bill of Rights provides inter alia as follows:
Freedom and Security of the person
12. (1) everyone has the right to freedom and security of the person, which includes the right –
(a) Not to be deprived of freedom arbitrarily or without just cause;
(b) Not to be detained without trial;
(c) To be free from all forms of violence from either, public or private sources;
(d) Not to be tortured in any way; and
(e) Not to be treated or punished in a cruel, inhuman or degrading way.”
Having the constitution to protect the human rights of all individuals is a comforting fact but having a police force that uses the law to circumvent it, means it’s meaningless.. The sheer thought of being detained in a cell like a caged animal is traumatising for the victim.