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Durban SA --- Rioters set fire to buildings with people inside.

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Published on 14 Jul 2021 / In Uncategorized

⁣Rioters set fire to buildings with people inside.

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Fender
Fender 2 months ago

What's the problem?

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Raymo1
Raymo1 2 months ago

Throw that nigglet in the fire

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Konigtiger1945
Konigtiger1945 2 months ago

A bit like Brixton in the 80s 🤷🏼‍♂️

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Soldier1
Soldier1 2 months ago

Omg!

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HereAmI
HereAmI 2 months ago

Your point 3, ie "Call a lawyer" is not good advice.
Lawyers, or attorneys as they are known in the US, derive their name from their function, which is to "turn" your property over to the state - which employs them in its interest, not yours.
ALL US attorneys are members of the "Bar", which stands for "British Accreditation Registry", and they are thus working for a foreign government, ie the one based in the City of London in the UK.
Any person signing a document to retain an attorney is surrendering jurisdiction over his fate to such an agent.
He will be able to get you acquitted from ANY charge - but only if you pay the amount demanded; because "law courts" do not decide on matters of right or wrong, but only on profit and loss, as they are commercial courts, not law courts.
Any man or woman charged with any offence may thus demand trial not under this commercial law, but under the Common Law which is the basis of all law.
He must demand trial by jury - rather than the "jury trial" which is fraudulently offered insted, in which the state decides who will sit on the jury, whereas it is the accused who has the inalienable right to compose this jury, of people who know him, and his unique circumstances.
Judges so called were only ever brought into the picture to assemble and oversee the affairs of the court, and at no time were they given the right to decide the outcome of a case, or to direct the jury to find guilt or innocence.

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