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Mike Hampton Dec 2012I’ve expressed before how difficult it is for me to keep all my free services running but 2014 has been a particularly bad year (are any of you sharing that experience?).

I’m currently R3000 in the red with new bills a week away, an empty cupboard and with cell and internet almost out.

The latter the most important now so that i can blog these: /1. Buffalo Bay erf 65 Part 3 /2. Johann Burmeister’s trial /3. My own appearance before the magistrate /4. Greg Vogt’s election process Part 3 /5. The proposed ‘Skate Park’. 6/ Undoubtedly more Plett disasters as the Council hangs in limbo after the attempted takeover /7 The illegal liquor licence of the Knysna Oyster Festival 8/ ISDF follow-up etc. (it doesn’t stop).

I also need to cut back on blogging next month and prepare my case against the Knysna Municipality and my own defence in several other matters relating to Knysna Keep. If i don’t commit to those, which are labour intensive, then everything that i’ve done the past 3 years will feel worthless.

Then there’s still major issues to investigate such as 3 alleged fraudsters (separate cases), exactly what happened with Eleonor Spies’ husband in Plett, and the hardships being experienced by the poor people living in PG Bison’s forests. Those alone would take me months. Continue reading

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Big Score For Burmie in Court (Part 3)

Captain Michelle Lesch

Captain Michelle Lesch

Prosecutor Thibedi called Captain Michelle Lesch as his second witness.

Lesch was a notable, professional improvement on Grootboom. Befitting her position as a high ranking officer, she provided clear answers and would often add info for clarification.

She provided insight into regulations and how the police station treated evidence. Regards the latter, which is vital to this case, she said that evidence would be collected each morning from te safe at CSC (Community Services Centre) by a SAP13 clerk (either Sergeant Carmen Coetzee or Sergeant Abraham Coetzer). This would then be noted in a ‘register’ which in turn would be checked on by a higher ranking officer who’d make a ‘list’.

As final oversight, a monthly ‘certificate’ would be sent to provincial headquarters.

From her testimony, the following facts and history of actions were obtained: Continue reading

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