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Welcome to South Africa Shrien Dewani

07 April 2014, 05:30

I will not say welcome back as you should never have left South Africa in the first place. I will also not judge your guilt or innocence in the murder of your newly-wed wife; you have done that already Shrien.

You tightened the noose around your own neck so to speak with your pansy attitude and actions. Get any tips from Schabir Shaik perhaps?

What makes you a despicable person is not the deed that you may or may not have done but the simple fact that you, until now, have denied the family and friends of Anni the real truth regarding your involvement in her death for so long.

The law might be an ass at times but you are about to feel the wheels of justice turn.

Your case will become a “celebrity” case for no other reason than the fact you could not man up to what really happened.

If you get a gap between your therapy sessions read this http://www.news24.com/MyNews24/Time-to-man-up-Oscar-20130220 as you are of the same ilk, a chicken.

The fact that you have a pair of nuts does not make you a man at all, if what happened to Anni had happened to a family member of yours would you not wanted to have known the truth and have had the perpetrators brought to justice?

Hiding behind your doctors has proved your guilt and it is all your own doing.

May the family of Anni finally get closure and you get the justice deserved.

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