South African Judiciary suddeDevelopment of Appetite nt

SenzoIt no doubt takes a wake-up development in the death of Senzo Meyiwa, for south African Judicial fraternity and state defense in Reevar case to now have a rethink, deciding to appeal Thokozile Masipa’s sentence of Oscar Pistorious murder case.

Just as it took this same trial for justice to be revoke in and adjusted in the already serving Jub Jub case for the same kind of murder crime. Jub Jub was found guilty where it is obvious there was no intension to kill while judge Thokozile found Oscar non guilty of murder but culpable homicide in a crime where it was more obvious there was intention to kill.

This similar case of incident has again played out itself in a murder case of a rubbery incident that has sparked of people’s rage and its obvious has triggered another likely U-turn to be taken by our judicial body when the state appeals the trial and sentencing of Oscar.

If such development is what our judicial system needs to be corrected rightly directed and or made to justifiably apply right judgment and punitive measures to violation of the law when interests involved such people and interests as can influence justice, then the country and its people face the risk of lawlessness and impunity as regard perpetration of crime.



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