Female JMPD cop describes attack: 'Fitness trainer strangled and kicked me in the face while yelling racial slurs'

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Oh dear. Not a wypipol like everyone assumed because of the racism allegations...

Let's see if he gets a Vicky Momberg, Penny Sparrow, coffin case, Coligny or Adam Catzavelos punishment.
The defenders all assumed him white, yes. Which is why they got on their white horses so quickly. In any case whether or not doesn't change anything if he did make racial remarks. Not that it matters in the bigger scheme of his crime.
 

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The defenders all assumed him white, yes. Which is why they got on their white horses so quickly. In any case whether or not doesn't change anything if he did make racial remarks. Not that it matters in the bigger scheme of his crime.

So, will he be held up for the racist bit like wypipol racists are?
 

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The defenders all assumed him white, yes. Which is why they got on their white horses so quickly. In any case whether or not doesn't change anything if he did make racial remarks. Not that it matters in the bigger scheme of his crime.

Who defended him?
 

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The defenders all assumed him white, yes. Which is why they got on their white horses so quickly. In any case whether or not doesn't change anything if he did make racial remarks. Not that it matters in the bigger scheme of his crime.
The PVs also considered it so.

JMPD read mybb?
 

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In any case whether or not doesn't change anything if he did make racial remarks. Not that it matters in the bigger scheme of his crime.

In this country it does matter, the sahrc confirmed that at a public media briefing. The media exposure will also differ.
 

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In this country it does matter, the sahrc confirmed that at a public media briefing. The media exposure will also differ.


"The definition of hate speech is circular and has been open to a lot of academic critic but there is consensus that that is subject to an objective test. Our context in South Africa is not mutual. We suffer from hundreds of years of marginalisation and exclusion based on race. We still today live with the legacy of colonial and apartheid past. From the Constitutional Court we must take our societal and historical context into account when we try to determine whether something amounts to racism," she said.

Van der Berg stated that the Constitutional Court takes into account who uttered the speech, adding that the identity of the perpetrator makes a difference in cases such as the use of the k-word.

"The Constitutional Court is of the view that certain words or expression will depend on whether [they are] uttered by a white person or a black person and against a white person or a black person. In accordance to the ConCourt jurisprudence, the identity of the offender and target group as belonging to a vulnerable group will have an impact in determining hate speech and robust speech must be protected so that marginalised persons can convey anger and frustration at the systems of social injustice."
 

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He doesn't look like a fitness anything, probably the reason he had to take a lone woman from the back.
The defenders all assumed him white, yes. Which is why they got on their white horses so quickly. In any case whether or not doesn't change anything if he did make racial remarks. Not that it matters in the bigger scheme of his crime.

I doubt we'll be throwing around reasonable explanations now, or asking to wait for more facts to emerge.
 

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The defenders all assumed him white, yes. Which is why they got on their white horses so quickly. In any case whether or not doesn't change anything if he did make racial remarks. Not that it matters in the bigger scheme of his crime.
Look at this pretzel....
 

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Oh dear. Not a wypipol like everyone assumed because of the racism allegations...

Let's see if he gets a Vicky Momberg, Penny Sparrow, coffin case, Coligny or Adam Catzavelos punishment.
No one assumed anything other than the cops
From the original IOL article:


“She stepped out of the vehicle and instructed the driver, a white male to wait as she called for backup. Whilst making her way back to the patrol vehicle, the male suddenly grabbed her from behind and started strangling her.”"
 

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Oh dear. Not a wypipol like everyone assumed because of the racism allegations...

Let's see if he gets a Vicky Momberg, Penny Sparrow, coffin case, Coligny or Adam Catzavelos punishment.
Even that is better than bullet between the eyes, which is what he ought to have got if she was sufficiently trained and capable.
 
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