"You white shit, you are going to die here with your money. We will make sure you never leave this country, you will die here first...' read here:On this page, we maintain a log of the court-cases and attempts to arrest and entrap Afrikaners - especially farmers, but also highly-decorated military officers and skilled, experienced Afrikaner policemen, victimised, criminalised and marginalised by the ANC-regime and dragged into law courts on a large variety of charges.
This is a pattern of persecution by the ANC-regime which is occurring countrywide, and often involves trumped-up charges and lying witnesses - backed up by screaming headlines in black newspapers such as The Sowetan.
Two Marble Hall Afrikaner farmers jailed -- after handing over to police a knifeman who had stabbed and assaulted five farm-workers...
Dec 19 2008: Beeld journalist Marietie Louw-Carstens reports that two Afrikaner farmers of Marble Hall, Emile Bloemhof, 34 and Albert Koltzov, 20, were arrested by the local police, locked up overnight and denied access to their lawyer.
The two farmers had phoned the police, telling them to fetch a man named Ncube who had been captured by farm workers after the knifeman had just stabbed the wife of a farm foreman and assaulted four other workers. The farmers called the police and handed over the knifeman to the police. Instead the police locked up the farmers on charges of 'attempted murder'.
The farm workers who chased and captured the knifeman, a man named Ncube are aghast about this strange reaction from the police. Ncube had, according to these many witnesses, stabbed the farm foreman's wife with a knife and assaulted four other people on the H73 farm in Marble Hall - after which a large group of farm workers had chased and captured him.
The farmers had merely phoned the police to come and catch Ncube. The farmers' legal representative Paul Coetzee is equally dismayed - saying that the farmers' human rights have been severely abused by the police's false accusations and summary arrest.
The two Afrikaner men were dumped very hard-handedly in a police cell - and were then denied access to their lawyer by an inspector at the police station. The lawyer said he'd phoned the commander at Marble Hall police station, superintendent Caroline Mokatso - who claimed she 'didn't have the authority to grant me access to my clients' - which he said is inaccurate and indeed illegal.
The next day, the farmers were released from captivity by the local magistrate, who expressed disgust at their false arrest and threw the case out of court, saying 'there wasn't enough evidence to prove that the farmers had ever tried to kill this Ncube'. A complaint will now be lodged with the independent police directorate -- much good it will do -- meanwhile nobody says what has happened to Ncube. Source