20 July 2012

Selebi to be freed. How easy it is to get out of jail in SA


By Mike Smith
21st of July 2012

Fake a limp and you are out. That’s it! As easy as that and you are out of prison. Shabir Shaik did it, and now Jacki Selebi has done it as well.

Almost unbelievable…but with the ANC in charge, everything is possible. The ANC loves criminals. Why would they do anything about crime?

Freedom Front Plus wants mass action against crime

Jackie Selebi, the former SA police commissioner and Interpol boss who has been sent to 15 years in prison for fraud and corruption is to be freed after serving 229 on medical parole. About 0.04% of his sentence.

Selebi release not preferential
Give it a few weeks after his release and watch the miracle cure sets in as he starts playing golf like Shabir Shaik. Hallelujah!

17 comments:

  1. Anonymous8:39 am

    Why did they waist time having a court case with this prick, he just walks free so he can enjoy the benefits of his pension and his ill gotten gain.

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  2. Anonymous1:58 pm

    I wonder if the same consideration would be given to Clive Derby Lewis? naaahhhhhh...he's a "reccis white boy" and thus not able to access fair justice. What truly saddens me is that the release of selebi, shaik, yengeni and the other pond scum does not pry open the eyes of the deluded kumbaya left wing pinko white voters, not even a tiny little bit. They will continue voting for and applauding the "New Democratic and FREEEEEEE South Africa", all whilst sitting behind their 20 foot razor topped walls, watching El Presidente fawning the greatness of the new dispensation on the MSM. I truly weep for a nation, once so great, now so deluded.

    Anton

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  3. Lala Land5:01 pm

    Hey, he served 229 days in a first rate medical facility? What more should a crook have to endure? I'm just surprised it was that long.

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  4. Anonymous11:04 pm

    You got what you voted for........in 1992.

    You were asked: "Do you support continuation of the reform process which the State President began on February 2, 1990, and which is aimed at a new constitution through negotiation?"

    68.73% in favour....thank you fathers and grandfathers.....for delivering us to the enemy.

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    1. Lala Land7:55 pm

      I voted no. I'm now living in Australia.

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    2. Anonymous11:09 pm

      100% correct, and everyone else who disagreed, were looked at as being "verkramp, dumb etc". Sorry, looked down on as.

      Dingo

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    3. Jason the Boer3:53 am

      I wanted to vote no but was not allowed to vote as I was to bloody young. Thanks National Party libtards. Cause of this when my voted really counted I was not allowed to so now I never vote, never have never will.

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  5. Laager12:11 am

    And let us not forget that Selebi's successor, Beki Celi, is currently on "suspension" - enjoying a 5 star idle holiday on full pay at the expense of the taxpayer.
    They really are working a nice little number here.

    Also Celi's successor elect is being "vetted"
    One small problem - he has a criminal CV as long as his arm.
    A minority of South Africans who still have decent standards are objecting to this.
    No problem for the ruling cabel, they will find a way round the objections - like ignoring them completely - and still install their man.
    What a sorry level of public accountability the nation has sunk to.

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    1. Anonymous4:13 am

      What else could you with this bunch in charge ?

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  6. Anonymous3:40 am

    We see, read and hear yet we sit in silence or complain to each other - those who agree with us.
    We carry coal to Newcastle South Africa - we sit in silence until Sport rouses our passion.

    “None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free.”
    “There is nothing more frightening than active ignorance.”
    — Goethe

    “The great majority of mankind are satisfied with appearances, as though they are realities, and are often even more influenced by the things that seem than by those that are.”
    — Niccoló Machiavelli, “The Discourses.”1517.
    “A slave is one who waits for someone to come and free him.”
    – Ezra Pound

    “The very word “secrecy” is repugnant in a free and open society, and we are as a people, inherently and historically, opposed to secret societies, secret oaths, and secret proceedings.
    For we are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies primarily on covert means for expanding its sphere of influence.
    It depends on infiltration instead of invasion, on subversion instead of elections, on intimidation instead of free choice.
    It is a system which has conscripted vast human and material resources into the building of a tightly knit, highly efficient machine that combines military, diplomatic, intelligence, economic, scientific, and political operations. Its preparations are concealed, not published, its mistakes are buried, not headlined, its dissenters are silenced, not praised, no expenditure is questioned, no secret is revealed

    … I am asking your help in the tremendous task of informing and alerting the American people.”
    — President John F. Kennedy, 1961, assassinated 1963.

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  7. Anonymous4:46 am

    I think a clear message must be send to all the lp's of the previous gov ... When the dust settles and a sane white man takes back this land they and all their buddies families and even pets will be hunted down and publicly executed -

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  8. Anonymous7:16 am

    one day they will pay a heavy price for the many crimes they have committed ..
    i can truly say that i HATE the smug smile that many of the ANC pigs have on their faces - it says " fuck you , we may be wrong but we are also black and politically in charge - so what are you going to do about it anyway ?"
    well , you fucking idiot - wiping that smug smile off your dial has just made it onto my "to do" list - and you know we get things done ..

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  9. Anonymous10:17 am

    The Only freedom we have in this marxist shithole of a country is to pander to these corrupt bastards...

    The time is coming soon when the wheat will be sifted and all the chaff will be burned in the fire.

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  10. Just look at that face! He was supposed to be the commissioner aswell as interpol chief! What a disgrace! The last real commissioner SAP had, was Genl J VD Merwe.

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  11. Anonymous4:07 am

    Mike, brilliant as always.

    I would like to ask though, could you write an article on the international world's reaction to the ANC stupidity these days? The Media and the ANCBC are keeping mum on the issue.

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  12. PreatorianXVI11:52 pm

    Now if only People of Western European Decent could stand by each other like this, the yard apes and their handlers would be running for the hills

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  13. Anonymous12:41 pm

    Of course they must blame it on somebody, this time Verwoerd.....because otherwise their whole sorry-arsed feel-good Noble Savage house of cards will come tumbling down before you could even say ``Humphty Dumpthy!``

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