CASAC Slams Police for Shooting Protestors

The Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution says the killing of two protesters by police in Mothutlung in Brits, North West, is an outrage

The Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution (CASAC) says the killing of two protesters by police in Mothutlung in Brits, North West, is an outrage.
 
In a press statement, CASAC states that citizens expected lessons would have been learned and remedial action taken after the killing of Andries Tatane in April 2011, the Marikana shootings in August 2012, and the killing of Mido Macio in Daveyton in February 2013.
 
“So far no one has been held to account for the killings of Tatane, Macio, and the dead of Marikana. The failure to act against the perpetrators of these killings will only serve to undermine respect for the rule of law,” it warns.
 
To read the article titled, “CASAC outraged at Brits protester killings,” click here.

Source: 
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