Monday, July 04, 2011

Monday Ends On a Good Note!

ILUVSA is often accused of solely concentrating on the bad news in ZA...Nothing could be further from the truth than that! I am personally always scanning headlines and news feed channels trying to get some good stuff from down south...I'm mostly greeted by the dreary same old same old...But when good news strikes, I have to admit it, ILUVIT!

Today I read some really good news...Six scumbag criminals iced by lead pellet...judge, jury and executioner...Yupper!

It's my recommended treatment for shitskin crims...No trial, no legal representation, no long term sentences with regular meals, family visits or warm blankets....No sir!

Lauren Hess – News 24

Cape Town - The six men who were killed on a Richmond farm on Sunday night and Monday morning were wanted for at least 25 robberies and a businessman's murder.

The men were part of a 23-man gang wanted for a spate of business and house robberies across KwaZulu-Natal.

After being alerted to the attempted robbery on a farm just outside Eston, a shoot-out ensued between police and the seven robbers.

Five of the men were killed on Sunday night. Another, who was shot in the leg, was found the following day and the seventh was shot dead on Monday morning after failing to surrender, a police source said

The source told News24 that the seven were part of a 23-man gang that crime intelligence officers and detectives were tracking for just over two weeks.

A few days ago, police had arrested 12 members of the gang. All the suspects are in their early 20's and are from the Marianhill area.

In a statement, police commissioner General Bheki Cele said: "These suspects chose to open fire on police officers rather than to surrender and by raising and firing on our police, five of the… thugs were fatally wounded. I am elated that my officers emerged unscathed.”

“I should imagine that this incident would serve as a further reminder that our police officers will not take kindly to being shot at.

“It also proves that we are prepared to protect our clients, the citizens of South Africa, both in urban and rural areas.”

Police are still hunting for the other four suspects.

6 Opinion(s):

timbimbo said...

But I thought the police were just part of the A.N.C genocide machine and did nothing to protect farmers ? You guys confuse me.

FreeThinker said...

@ timbimbo: You know very well what percentage of crimes are solved. The minimum.

This is the exception, rather than the rule. But very well done to the Police.

I will give credit where it is due.

Visit this blog more and you'll be less confused.

Anonymous said...

Well done to the cops! Chickensoup for the soul!
Vermin needs to be killed!

Anonymous said...

Excellent! Finally the cops get something right....But pause to reflect for a minute how much innocent blood was spilt whilst the police were under the leadershiop of a de facto criminal and gangser, Jackie Selebi...It's impossible to quantify...sad country hey!

Exzanian said...

Are you kidding me? I’m happy to throw Cele a bone even though his shoot to kill policy is a little primitive (and I’m sure it adds another exciting dimension to life in SA worrying about stray bullets - lolz)…he’s certainly a marginal improvement on his predecessor (In the same way that Coco the Clown is better than a convicted criminal)

Krokodil said...

Wouldn't it be nice if the bad guys getting iced were the regular news items involving farm attacks, rather than this being only a welcome exception to the rule?

If it were regularly the case, then you'd see these farm attacks begin to rapidly diminish, as the perps involved are usually all a load of cowardly scumbags.

Still, nothing like a real-life Dirty Harry scenario to make one's day!