South African Police Service stealing the food off the table

2020-12-29 11:59:32 Viewed: 823 Downloads: 490
  • South African Police Service stealing the food off the table

      Charl Henning

     Publisher: Journal of Indigenous and Shamanic Studies

    Pub: 2020-12-29 11:59:32

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  • The South Africa Police Service (SAPs) have been involved in a number of arrests, and burning down of indigenous plants, farms and properties of very deprived communities whose livelihood and survival depends wholly on the land for survival. This is not only invasion of the private spaces and valuable property of defenceless communities, but it is also crime of the highest order which goes unnoticed and unpunished, especially when men and women in uniform take the law into their hands and inflict suffering on the poor. What do we mean when we say the police are stealing the food off the table? We say steal because almost all Cannabis (Dagga) arrests are unconstitutional and therefore unlawful. The victims are almost always innocent and their Dagga, money and belongings are almost never returned. Procedures should be followed according to the SAPS’ own directive but they are never followed.

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