In the small town of Knysna, there are 3 murders that refuse to die… Face-down in the dirt of St George’s Anglican Church’s garden, Jessica Wheeler (18) was suffocated to death. Less than a month later, Victoria Stadler (20) was strangled to death in the forest between the suburbs of Hornlee and Noetzie. Peter Mc Helm (48) was killed the same day as Stadler, also strangled, one kilometre away in the same forest. Alan D Elsdon is an ex-cop turned author who has investigated the cases for 3 years. Regards the first two murders, he’s adamant that, “Undisputed evidence shows … ‘Click here to read full article…’
I despise BEE for the same reasons i despised apartheid. Racism, of all sorts, is impractical to building a nation. Undoubtedly, there is great need to uplift poor people in South Africa but to raise one up by putting down another of a different colour isn’t balance, it’s impractical and just plain wrong. Of the things i’m critical of the ANC, it’s second, in importance, only to corruption. Likewise, the same applies to the DA who’ve abandoned their liberal policies in pursuit of black power.
On July 24 2014, Johann Burmeister defeated the controversial case of theft (of a laptop) that was brought against him by the Knysna SAPS. It’s more than just a win. It’s an insight into the failure of police procedure and the abuse of power that is suppose to protect the public. It’s confirmation of conspiracy. On being found not guilty by Magistrate Derek Torlage, tears of relief and joy beautified the faces of both Johann and Denise, his wife who won the hearts of the public as she fought in newspapers and online to clear her husband’s name. There were … ‘Click here to read full article…’
Before i cover day 2 and 3 of the trial of ex-Warrant Officer Johann Burmeister, let me explain, simply, how ridiculous this situation is: Johann Burmeister, a detective in the Knysna SAPS with 3 decades experience on the force, retrieves a recovered, stolen laptop from evidence at the Knysna police station in November 2013. His intention is to discover who the owner is. Sergeant Maurice Grootboom is in charge of evidence that day. He’s busy taking an affidavit so lets Burmeister take it without officially booking it out. Burmeister takes the laptop to IT Futures who identify the possible owner … ‘Click here to read full article…’