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  1. Master Adrian
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    This sounds positive, a police force that is sort of cooperating with the human rights organisation! Lets hope the cooperation as is will be continued, and increased! Also, we now will have to wait for the court on April 25th, will they find the guy or gang guilty of the accusations, and sentence accordingly, or will the judge be the opposite! We keep on alert, and keep on monitoring!

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  2. doni
    doni at |

    murder because they suspect him as gay?……this will be a, show trial for the media

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    1. Master Adrian
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      When the outcome of the (possible) showtrial will be that the guy attempting to kill will be found guilty, then I think it is something positive, simply because then the judge(s) show(ed) that killing another person because he/she is gay isn’t OK! And it could(!) be a start of change of attitude among the common people! A lot of trials in the past in western countries started off as show-trials, because of the negative attitude towards gay people, but see were the west has come now. Yes, a lot more assumed or real gay people will be killed, but the more of the killers will be put on trial and found guilty, the more common people will realize that being gay is not unnatural or not fitting in the African culture! The moment the guy at trial would be found not guilty I am sure and convinced that gay people and supporters will stand up in strong protests!

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