Friday, January 23, 2015

JACKIE SELEBI DIES AT 64

No fear No Favour No Corrupt Cops please........



Former National Police Commissioner Jackie Selebi. Picture: EWN
Former police commissioner Jackie Selebi has died after battling with a long illness.
JOHANNESBURG 23 JANUARY 2015





CAPE TOWN - Eyewitness News has learnt that former National Police Commisioner Jackie Selebi has died in hospital in Pretoria this morning.

He was 64 years old.

Selebi was being treated at the Netcare Jacaranda Hospital.

Former top cop Jackie Selebi died at the Netcare Jacaranda Hospital in Pretoria. Picture: Christa Eybers/EWN

His friend, Schabir Shaik, says he heard the news this morning.

“I believe he’s been in an induced coma for some time now for about two and a half weeks. He finally passed on between late last night and early this morning I believe.”

Shaik says he was a good man.

“He was a good man. I have good memories when I worked with him at Shell House in the early 90s. I recall him to be a good comrade.”

Selebi was said to be suffering from end-stage kidney disease brought on by his diabetes.

He was sentenced to 15 years in 2010 for taking bribes from convicted drug dealer Glen Agliotti.

He was released on medical parole in July 2012, with the medical parole board saying he was suffering from irreversible kidney failure, a stroke, diabetes, heart and eye disease, and motor function impairment.

EWN

KEBBLE'S KILLERS RE-ENACT MURDER IN NEW DOCU-DRAMA



 Self-confessed Brett Kebble murderer Mikey Schultz. Picture: Sapa.
The director of '204: Getting Away with Murder' said they wanted the film to be as real as possible.

JOHANNESBURG -204: Getting Away with Murder, a docu-drama that seeks to expose the truth behind the killing of mining magnate Brett Kebble, stars the self-confessed murderers of the slain businessman and is due to premiere on 24 October. 
The film seems to follow a similar film style employed in the Indonesian documentary The Act of Killing, where the perpetrators of mass killings in the country recounted and re-enacted some of the killings for the cameras.
Admitted killers Mikey Schultz, Nigel McGurk and Faizel “Kappie” Smith have re-enacted the controversial murder for the upcoming film.

The film’s director Warren Batchelor said: “This has never been done before. No one has been offered full immunity for a crime like this.”
Batchelor also said they wanted the film to be as real as possible and that by getting actors to play out the scenes, it would have been ‘run of the mill’.
The film’s title refers to the indemnity the trio received in terms of Section 204 of the Criminal Procedures Act.
The documentary features among others, Kebble’s brother Guy and father Roger, Jackie Selebi, convicted drug dealer Glenn Agliotti, advocate Vusi Pikoli and investigator Piet Byleveld.
Batchelor told The Star, he knows he will be questioned about the ethics of re-enacting a murder scene, but said he sees nothing wrong with showing people what happened, particularly if it allows the public to really question why section 204 notices were given out.
 Kebble was shot dead near a bridge over the M1 in Melrose Johannesburg on 27 September, 2005 while driving to a dinner engagement with his business associate, Sello Rasethaba.

EWN



The Piet Byleveld promotion!!
SAPA
COMMENTS BY SONNY
The rogue cop who became head of INTERPOL?
HAS FINALLY BEEN REASSIGNED TO MEET HIS MAKER.
WHAT A JOYOUS OCCASION IT WILL BE!!
WHEN WILL SHABIR SHAIK JOIN THE DISTANT CROWDS?
CRIME REALLY THRIVED UNDER JACKIE SELEBI.
It was Jackie Selebi who promoted Piet Byleveld to Director to try and keep his sorry arse out of PRISON.
Will Piet Byleveld be able to keep him out of the coffin?



1 comment:

  1. TODAY 31 JANUARY 2015 JACKIE SELEBI WAS LAID TO REST!

    MAY HIS SINS NEVER BE FORGOTTEN!!

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