- Oct 23, 2006
Former president Jacob Zuma's fraud and corruption case is back in the Pietermaritzburg High Court on Tuesday.
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No matter the outcome of any court zuma will never be put behind bars under our current corrupt criminal government.
If he goes down they all go down.
If anything he will be "silenced" in some way or another be it the best option death or "illness"
First, it was, "he'll never see court".nobody will dare lock up Zuma, look how long it took for him to give up the presidency.
the ANC protects the Criminals and thieves that line its ranks.
that man will never see jail,First, it was, "he'll never see court".
Then it was, "it'll never go to trial"
Now it's, "he'll never be locked up"
Why not just wait and see. No one knows how strong a case the state has. Luckily the concourt might order him jailed in a very short while. Jail with no recourse to appeals, hope they don't refer it to a lower court for actual sentence as that would allow him to weasel off in more appeals.
Zuma cannot simply walk out on a trial. He tried to discredit the NPA yesterday. The pre-trial is done, all parties agreed.
What people should know is that they have over 200 witnesses, some which are based overseas, the case is going to take years, but Zuma will be unable to evade it unless something changes.
This is still the best chance we have to see him behind bars.