Guilty… of child abuse supposedly…

I don’t know whether I can find words that describe the horror of what I’m feeling, what I imagine the parents and the children are feeling, let alone the legal team.

I don’t know how “they” can get away with it: the liars, cruel and violent people.

I don’t know why the jury couldn’t see the light.

But I do know that I cry.

And now I found Nelson Mandela as the only consolation. For it’s not just about parents, children and paedophilia. It’s also about Africa and racism.

About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is now a solution to the Prime Number problem:
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6 Responses to Guilty… of child abuse supposedly…

  1. When I despair, I remember that all through history
    the way of truth and love has always won.
    There have been tyrants and murderers,
    and for a time they may seem invincible,
    but in the end, they always fall
    — think of it — ALWAYS.
    (Mahatma Gandhi)

    It is called KARMA and is coming Gloria’s and Chiwar’s way. Never give up. It took me five years to fight the corrupt family court system with its unethical, vile “expert witnesses” and social workers in my own case and get a senior judge to acknowledge that a miscarriage of justice had been committed (which was obvious from the onset) – you must never allow injustice to grind you down and freeze you in a state of catatonia. Keep breathing – keep moving – keep making noises.

    In the end, “they” always fall — think of it — ALWAYS.

    My thoughts are with Gloria, Chiwar, the children and all the tirelessly fighting activists during this tough time. Take courage.

  2. M Brecht says:

    How many more cases have to happen, what else needs to happen for this arrogance and cruelty to break open, to be seen, to end? How deep does it run, for how long, where does it come from this river of tears, where does it run to?

    Do not mistake forgiveness with giving up. Yes, keep breathing, moving, make noise.

  3. Robert Dooran says:

    ‘It’s also about Africa and racism.’

    There is no evidence to support this assertion. In fact the children’s minister Tim Loughton MP thinks that political correctness is hampering such investigations.

  4. Robert Dooran says:

    It is incredibly tasteless to compare a couple that has been convicted of beating and neglecting their children to the great Nelson Mandela.

  5. Robert Dooran says:

    Nairaland is the eleventh most visited site in Nigeria. It is an online community with nearly a million registered users. The comments are quite revealing. Not many Nigerians seem to think that the Musas were the victims of a racist conspiracy.

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