"At the time‚ Deputy Police Minister Bongani Mkongi said police officers were selling the guns to gangsters. "They did not just disappear. They were stolen by our own members. There are SAPS officers stealing guns and giving them to the gangs. It is an inside job. We know this is happening. How do you explain police officers going to parties of gang lords? Of course you are going to lose your firearms‚ because the guns are being stolen.""
‘n Uitlating van die adjunk minister van Polisie wat bevestig dat wettige wapeneienaars nie die probleem in Suid Afrika is nie maar wel die polisie en weermag wat met wapens toegerus word om kwansuis landsburgers mee te beskerm!
Dit laat opnuut die vraag ontstaan waarom die blankes geteister moet word oor vuurwapenlisensies. Die regime se onge-ergde houding oor die plaasmoorde en toenemende aanvalle op blankes wat lei tot moord, verkragting, verminking, finansiële uitmergeling vir mediese uitgawes en verlies aan inkomste deur die dood van ‘n broodwinner, maak hulle aandadig!
Die Afrikanervolk word een vir een vermoor volgens ‘n vooraf beplande strategie met die regime se samewerking deur hulle onge-egdheid. Die “president” Zuma se toesprake maak nêrens melding van die volgehoue moorde op blankes en/of van beplanning om daarteen op te tree nie, nie eers na meer as twintig jaar nie.
Enige struktuur wat die blankes tot stand bring om hulleself te beskerm word as millitant beskou en deur die regime ontbind soos die funksionele komandostelsel. Die reg om jouself en jou eiendom te beskerm is egter internasionaal en sal ons ernstig aandag daaraan moet gee, ongeag politieke verskille.
Thousands of police firearms lost, stolen — or left in the bathroom
13 October 2017 - 16:24 Bianca Capazorio
Fikile Mbalula. Picture: GCIS/ ELMOND JIYANE
Police Minister Fikile Mbalula has detailed how thousands of police firearms have been lost or stolen over the past three years.
Responding to a parliamentary question from the DA’s Zak Mbhele‚ Mbalula said 743 weapons were lost or stolen in 2014-15‚ 767 in 2015-16 and 760 in 2016-17.
While the majority of the weapons are detailed as having been stolen from police officers on duty‚ from their homes or vehicles, and from the South African Police Service (SAPS) store‚ others appear to have been carelessly lost.
In 2014-15‚ 12 guns were left in toilets or bathrooms; in 2015-16‚ nine weapons were lost this way; with the number at 14 in 2016-17. Over the three year period‚ 10 guns were lost by police officers under the influence of alcohol‚ and four more were stolen in scenarios where liquor was involved.
Of guns, which officers had properly locked up, 427 were stolen during house break-ins, while 21, which had not been locked up, were also stolen.
While Fikile’s response did not cover statistics for the current financial year‚ there have been several big losses reported so far this year. In July‚ 13 guns went missing from the Ngangelizwe station in the Eastern Cape‚ while 32 disappeared from two police stations in Cape Town in August.
At the time‚ Deputy Police Minister Bongani Mkongi said police officers were selling the guns to gangsters. "They did not just disappear. They were stolen by our own members. There are SAPS officers stealing guns and giving them to the gangs. It is an inside job. We know this is happening. How do you explain police officers going to parties of gang lords? Of course you are going to lose your firearms‚ because the guns are being stolen."