Disgraced PE cop Alicia Beeming jailed for protecting ‘gangster lover’

schumi

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Port Elizabeth - Disgraced detective Alicia Beeming, convicted on a charge of defeating the ends of justice, was jailed to an effective four years behind bars by the Port Elizabeth Magistrate’s Court on Thursday.

Beeming, a former member of the Gang Task Team, had kept mum on the whereabouts of a wanted notorious gangster Hans Jordaan, who turned out to be her then-secret lover.

The specialist investigator had information on the whereabouts of Jordaan, but kept silent about it while her unit searched for him in connection with an attempted murder charge related to a gang shooting in 2014.

Beeming had access to both covert and overt intelligence, as well as case dockets investigated by the Gang Task Team unit, all privileged information.

Beeming’s sentence was finally handed down four years after the trial kicked off in March 2015. She pleaded guilty to the charge and was convicted in August 2017. Magistrate Onke Myataza said the protracted delay during the trial was “unprecedented and regrettable”.

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https://www.iol.co.za/news/south-africa/eastern-cape/disgraced-pe-cop-alicia-beeming-jailed-for-protecting-gangster-lover-19881027
 

Hemi300c

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She should be charged for all the crimes he committed whilst she knew about him and then multiplied by 2 x the equivalent sentence because of her "profession"
 

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The detective will now lose her job after being sentenced to a jail term which will be implemented after 30 days. This in order to give her time to make arrangements for the care and custody of her children.
This nonsense must end. She should start serving her sentence the moment it is handed down. Whatever she needs to arrange she can arrange over the phone
 

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This nonsense must end. She should start serving her sentence the moment it is handed down. Whatever she needs to arrange she can arrange over the phone
Especially when

She pleaded guilty to the charge and was convicted in August 2017. Magistrate Onke Myataza said the protracted delay during the trial was “unprecedented and regrettable”.
 

Kryptonite

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Another fine product of Alexander Road High School.............my home town really does us proud in the news.
 
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