posted on Apr, 18 2012 @ 01:10 PM
unfortunatly, the problem is , at least these days, we as a people are very visually oriented, so wanting to see this video to confirm/deny its
relevance, and getting a clearer picture, i dont know if the OP is knowledgeable on so called shock sites, people want to see it, because they dont
believe it, that being said.
the girl who was raped should be helped, because justice in kapetown is looking for a needle in 10 haystacks, and in soweto alone, these things happen
on a regular basis, that is however harsh, is the reality.
being a ''white'' and having a very close friend live in capetown, i have never experienced the soweto situation myself, because we are strongly
advised not to go near( although it is something worth visiting)
yet i cannot help myself thinking, what is different from all those other rapes, you said it yourself, every 26 seconds.
an unfortunate statistic brought on by the ever prevailing poverty amongst indiginous south africans.
aside from the video footage ofcourse.