These are the people responsible for law and order in South Africa. They are inept at controlling "protesting" (read marauding and looting) crowds burning down shops because of municipalities being consolidated (caused by more inept and corrupt behaviour of the ANC in the first place), but they have resources to victimise an innocent driver.
The fact that all charges were dropped against the driver the next day is all evidence you need that he wasn't guilty of anything in the first place.
On another note we have been pestered by the ANC-loving, brain dead demented chicken the last few days. We are being accused of hating blacks - nothing new from this piece of filth acknowledging his use of hard drugs. We suggest you drive to your local police station Mr Zombie Chicken - we are confident you will find real hate there.
Bruce Swart told Beeld how he had been driving back from dinner with friends with his fiancée Natashia van Zyl and their sons Jayden, 4, and Justin, 2, when he was pulled over by two members of the dog unit.
“They pulled me from my vehicle and threw me against the pavement. One of the men’s hands was around my neck. It felt like I was being strangled,” said Swart.
He said: “Both the men were very aggressive and arrogant. They asked to see my driver’s licence…I shook a lot and asked if I could just drive back to my friends’ house to look for my wallet.”
The officers agreed but at the gate of the security complex the men got out of the car and started assaulting him.
His oldest son, Jayden, started screaming hysterically.
“I tried to calm him down but he was just really scared. It probably looked to him like they were killing his dad,” said Swart’s fiancée.
She said both of their sons were traumatised by the incident.
Swart was arrested on charges of reckless driving and possession of a stolen vehicle, even when Swart tried to convince them that his car’s registration documents were in the cubby hole. (glove compartment)
Swart said R400 was taken from his wallet.
CCTV footage from the security complex showed how the police officers searched the car and looked at Swart’s driver’s licence as well as car registration papers.
All charges against Swart were dropped the following day.
A police spokesperson said the incident was being investigated.