Thursday, March 3, 2011

Who raided the Public Protector's offices?

When a country is occupied by communist rulers, you can be sure that they will keep stirring the pot, while it simmers just below boiling point. The country’s police service is usually in the frontline of this onslaught. It’s the last place where these comrades need a stable prim-and-proper management, hence the reason why the National Commissioner of the police will often get caught in the crossfire.

Besides stirring the pot and keeping it simmering, these comrades are also actively involved in many other shady dealings going on behind the scenes, dealings that will make your hair stand on end if the truth is ever revealed, which of course happens very seldom, as these slimy serpents are masters of deception. The only time they will allow ‘truth’ to be revealed is when it suits their agenda.

The former National Commissioner, Jackie Selebi, is a perfect example. This brainless puppet fell hook-line-and-sinker into the trap that was set for him, when he accepted over R1.2 million ($157,000; £98,000) in bribes from the convicted drug smuggler, Glenn Agliotti.

Although the level of professionalism in the SA Police is still far from faultless, and there are far too many South African cops (of the dark kind) involved in criminal activities, the current National Commissioner, General Bheki Cele, has been doing his job far too thoroughly so far, and the communists don’t like this!

One of Cele’s major successes has been the arrest of criminal elements inside the police:
(The links below will open in a new window)
Yes, I know that Cele made a big boobu when he called the honeymoon-suspect, Shrien Dewan, a baboon, and his foolish remark will probably wreck the case, and that he probably was not thinking straight either when he authorised a R500m lease, these actions exemplify the type of individual the communists want in managerial positions. They don’t need people who can think straight!

Let’s face it - Bheki Cele was not thinking when he authorised the R500m lease, and neither did he, for once, think that he was acting unlawfully. The wasteful expenditure of funds is a hallmark of the ANC government, is it not?

The latest developments seem really odd. The Public Protector's offices get raided, but Cele knows nutting, and the Hawks deny that they were involved. So who did it?

Cops raid Public Protector's offices
2011-03-03 11:13

Cape Town - An SA Police Service Crime Intelligence Unit has raided the offices of the Public Protector just days after it released a report into a R500m property deal involving General Bheki Cele, EWN reported on Thursday.

The raid took place on Wednesday and the officers were allegedly searching for documents relating to the report.

Cele’s office condemned the raid and said it did not authorise it and will take urgent steps against those involved.

Public Protector Thuli Madonsela found Cele guilty of improper conduct and maladministration, when police authorised a R500m lease for the Sanlam Middestad building, in Pretoria.

Cele defended himself against the findings saying, to his knowledge, only a court of law can find him guilty.


According to this report the raid was not backed by the Hawks.


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The Public Protector has dismissed claims by the Hawks that her offices were raided.

Kgalelo Masibi said officials wanted information linked to the investigation into Police Commissioner Bheki Cele.

"The was no raid and there was no search that occured. The two officials were provided with a list of documents which were used dujring the investigation," she said. -- News report here

Whatever the case, someone is determined to drag Bheki Cele into a scandal of some sort. Let’s see how this tough guy will handel it, while simultaneously managing the SA Police!

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