Friday, December 2, 2011

Guilty Selebi pulls a Schabir Shaik Trick!


It has taken 4 long years for the wheels of justice to turn, but counting from today this criminal (South Africa’s first politically appointed Black Police Commissioner, with zero experience in policing), has less than 48 HOURS to report to jail, after he failed to have his corruption conviction of 15 years imprisonment set aside, in a unanimous judgment, delivered by a full bench of 5 judges, handed down in Bloemfontein. This means Selebi has to be behind bars before Sunday evening – (4 Dec. 2011)… but will he?

"On all the evidence contained in 66 volumes amounting to more than 600 pages that we had to wade through in this application for appeal, we are satisfied that the high court was correct in finding that the applicant did receive payment from Agliotti," said Mthiyane - Full news report here.

FULL TEXT: Jackie Selebi judgment

I can write volumes about this scumbag crook, and while drafting this article I was wondering what other games he was going to play to attract sympathy, and to avoid spending time in the uncomfortable confines of a prison cell. I was on the verge of uploading this article to the blog, when the following report came in from

Selebi collapses at home – lawyer
2011-12-02 12:16

Johannesburg - Former police commissioner Jackie Selebi collapsed and could not walk after hearing that the appeal of his corruption conviction failed, his attorney said on Friday.

"He is not doing well," said Wynanda Coetzee, who was part of the team that represented him at the trial where he was convicted and sentenced to 15 years in prison.

According to eNews, an ambulance arrived at his house.

Selebi has 48 hours to report for his prison sentence after the Supreme Court of Appeal dismissed his appeal on Friday.

She said he had not taken the news well and a doctor had been summoned.

"We are very worried... he can't walk," Coetzee said.

Selebi was found to have accepted money from convicted drug trafficker Glenn Agliotti. – SAPA


My guess is Selebi has imitated a typical Schabir Shaik scenario and will probably be released on medical parole soon, … The swine!!!!

In 2007, Selebi was strongly criticised for responding to concern within the country over South Africa's rising crime rate with the comment: "What's all the fuss about crime?"

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Pensioner said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

You're wright Tia, he will probably go to some softy, comfy prison. Have a private cell with cellphone, TV, private toilet and shower and be declared medically unfit to be in prison and go and play golf with his mates Glenn and schabir!!

skoor said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Convinced that prison food tastes better than hospital food.

Does the bastard know this?

And he'll get free training to be a bigger skelm than he already is!

Go Selebi, go! F off, we've seen enough of your dishonest damn face!

The Rooster said... .....Click here to refresh this blog
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The Rooster said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Regarding Selebi may he rot for all I care.

The Rooster said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

As someone who has visited South African jails quite often (no, not as a prisoner) I can tell you they are not "holiday camps" and the food is not anything you'd feed to a pig unless you were trying to poisen it.

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Zapiro says it best:
"Go directly to JAIL... do not pass GO... do not collect 200K from Glenn Agliotti." Click here to view cartoon... The punchline is at the bottom of the cartoon.

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