Fair comment really

Moyo’s attorney, Kagiso Jani is demanding his client be discharged and acquitted.

Jani was left a frustrated man after the case, which was set for trial for Monday and Tuesday, had to be postponed as the State did not bring any witnesses and thus were not ready to continue.

“The State think the court will rubber stamp whatever it says. And it does not care about the welfare of the accused person. He is not able to see his wife and this attitude of the State will affect his marriage because as a married man he must have sex with his wife!” fired Jani.

Anyone asked the wife?

12 comments on “Fair comment really

  1. Oh, “The Voice” as in some newspaper in forrin’
    The Voice was the name of a black orientated publication in the UK. May still be.
    Thought this was a story on some spectacularly woke member of the enrichment community, for a moment

  2. The crime for which he has been charged, and the trial which he dodged for five years, is for the possession of a rhino horn, poached for its high value as an aphrodisiac in Chinese medicine. Removal of his male appendages would solve both his sexual frustration and be an adequate punishment instead of incarceration at state expense.

  3. “Ljh
    February 7, 2019 at 6:52 pm

    The crime for which he has been charged, and the trial which he dodged for five years, is for the possession of a rhino horn, poached for its high value as an aphrodisiac in Chinese medicine. Removal of his male appendages would solve both his sexual frustration and be an adequate punishment instead of incarceration at state expense.”

    So, for those accused of crimes that you don’t approve 0f – straight to punishment, neh? You’re siding with the prosecution here, who has the notion that they don’t need to provide evidence or witnesses or anything. Why won’t the state just rubber-stamp their verdict?

  4. It must be a forren paper – the masthead shows a crescent moon symbol and 23 degrees. Can’t be anywhere near the UK.

  5. ‘demanding his client be discharged and acquitted’

    How ’bout acquitted and discharged? The order matters.

  6. Game viewing is the major source of employment in Botswana, that and diamonds for foreign exchange, mostly it’s semidesert. If there are no rhino their will be fewer tourista and more real ie starvation level poverty so yes cut off his goolies once found guilty.

  7. ‘Ljh
    February 8, 2019 at 9:41 am

    . . . so yes cut off his goolies once found guilty.’

    Ah, so you’re stepping it back now. *Now* its cut off his dick *after* conviction.

    Oh, and you still seem to be ignoring the point – he’s not been convicted because the prosecution won’t put forth any effort to try him. They, like you, are perfectly fine with someone rotting in jail just because they’ve been *accused* of doing something you don’t like.

  8. Agammamon, you pretentious little man, try reading in context instead of pointscoring:
    He was in possession of rhino horn then went on the run. He is part of the chain of trade, where is what the court has still to establish. His going on the run after bail shows a level of anxiety about conviction and yes there’s little wrong with the administration of justice in Botswana and a lot wrong with the rhino trade up to and including murdering game rangers.

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