On the 13th of November 2010 Shrien Dewani and his newlywed bride Anni were hijacked somewhere close to the black township of Guguletu on their SA
Anni was found the next day in the hijacked car, dead from a fatal bullet-wound.
Initial attention focused on SA as an unsafe tourist destination, and our high crime rate was blamed.
Subsequently, attention and suspicion grew concerning Anni's new husband, Shrien.
He was supposedly bankrupt, and despite their multi-millionaire status in Sweden and Britain, the Dewanis were allegedly riddled with debt.
Shrien (who left SA in a suspicious hurry) was subsequently charged in Britain, and extradition proceedings are underway.
To add wood to the fire, a German male-prostitute contacted Scotland Yard about his sex sessions with Shrien.
In what must be the quickest trial in SA history, the taxi driver (Zola Tongo) has already been found guilty and jailed in SA, possibly for 18-years.
Shrien Dewani's guilt rests heavily on Tongo's verbal evidence so far.
SA police-boss Bheki Cele accused Shrien of being a "monkey" who tried to take our country for granted. This implies that he is already regarded as
The "monkey" slur rocked the country, and would have most likely gotten any white person fired.
However, rumors of torture abound.
Strange, the world cared about torture in SA under apartheid, but now they don't give a stuff.
As long as it's black on black torture there is no outcry on these allegations:
Two suspects claim to be tortured, and not much other "policing" expertise remains in SA.
Rumors that Shrien was involved in another murder were totally refuted.
I'm really torn on this: murderous husband, or a SA state cover-up of a brutal, regular variation on crime?
I might be wrong, but I doubt Britain will hand him over.
edit on 21-12-2010 by halfoldman because: (no reason given)
21-12-2010 by halfoldman because: (no reason given)