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Cops know who took naked pics

2011-08-11 09:43

Pretoria - Police have identified the two officers who allegedly took naked pictures of Marina Kloppers, 23, a marketing consultant from Pretoria.

Colonel Sivanandan Moodley, station commander of the Pretoria West police station, where the case was referred, confirmed on Wednesday that the officers who allegedly indecently assaulted Kloppers in this way, worked in his police station.

He said the case was being investigated and would not give any more details.

Kloppers, a part-time model, said two police officers had forced her and a friend, Charise de Wit, 22, from the road on the morning of July 21 in Mayville, Pretoria, after De Wit ignored a red traffic light.

The police officers apparently threw both women in the police van and later took them to the Laudium clinic in Pretoria for blood tests.

Forced her to undress

This was where the police officers apparently forced Kloppers to undress and then took pictures of her naked after she complained to a nurse that police had assaulted her.

She was then taken to the Pretoria West police cells where she fell into a diabetic coma as police apparently refused her medical treatment.

Faith Mazibuko, the Gauteng MEC for community safety, on Wednesday condemned the incident, especially as it happened in Women’s Month.

Mazibuko said she was upset and disappointed about the alleged misconduct. Her department was waiting for the results of the police investigation into the allegations.

“If the allegations are true, I expect tough action against the police officials,” said Mazibuko.

The Independent Complaints Directorate (ICD) on Wednesday said it had not yet received a complaint from Kloppers.

ICD spokesperson Moses Dlamini said he didn’t know of such a case being reported to the ICD.

The allegations could only be investigated once a charge had been laid, he said.
 

Comments
  • wimpie007 - 2011-08-11 09:50

    scary...I hope the cops dont ever do that to me.

      BLOODY AGENT - 2011-08-11 10:02

      Holy,and you know that how?

      Northern Stormer - 2011-08-11 10:04

      @HolySnake - Easy way out to say she was drunk - not proven at all - male members taking naked photo's of female accused with cellphone not on at all - they should be locked up and the keys thrown away urgently !!!

      McDaNife - 2011-08-11 10:07

      I am still waiting to see the naked pictures before making any comments

      JohnnyBB - 2011-08-11 10:10

      ....the "affirmative-action-cops" are giving the police-force a bad name...

      underdog - 2011-08-11 10:16

      @BLOODY AGENT: he doesn't. He's just another racist troll on this site.

      Wes - 2011-08-11 10:21

      HolySnake She was not the driver. Nor did the cops show that she is drunk. Nor is it legal to sexually assault someone because they are drunk. Please return to the bush where you belong.

      Northern Stormer - 2011-08-11 10:35

      Further to this any lady who feels that the area where she was confronted , is not safe may in dicate to the official that she will co-operate but drive on until she is happy that she is safe. This did happen and they were confronted when they stopped and arrested - strange !! And even more,I am not sure about this but ladies driving alone at night may not be arrested between 22h00 and 6h00 unless serious criminal acts were performed and was eye witnessed ?? Maybe an official can comment on this ??

      @ - 2011-08-11 10:40

      Holy Snake... Firstly... People are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Secondly... You are the kind of person who is behind the horrific abuse and rape statistics in South Africa. The lack of respect for these woman exhibited by you is shocking... Actually, it's not... it's par for the course in South Africa. To put the shoe on the other foot. You obviously think every male driver pulled over for running a red light should be thrown in jail, stripped naked and photographed...? By female police officers...? You'd be a joke... if attitudes like yours weren't so base and animalistic...

      Peg-Leg-Sven - 2011-08-11 10:57

      @Holy Snake, it may come as a surprise to you, but diabetics cannot drink as it interferes with their blood-sugar levels. So saying she was drunk only shows your ignorance.

      frangelico - 2011-08-11 11:46

      @McDaNife,you are dispicable,if you want to see naked woman go get your kicks in a adult shop,wanker.

      frangelico - 2011-08-11 11:56

      @NOTHERN STORMER you are spot on with your comment regarding woman at night,they can not be arrestedat said times for minor crimes.She does not have to stop either,she must go to the nearest police station,stop there.It seems to me though even doing that does not garauntee you will be treated with dignaty.SAD NO TRUST IN OUR POLICE FORCE ANYMORE.These horny cops should be given life in prison.

      Spyker May - 2011-08-11 13:08

      The legal system recognises something called 'precedence'. In passing one would be keen to compare this incident, to eg, The case where a person was rapidly apprehended (ie the time-frame for the case to be "investigated"), trialed and prosecuted (the latter on a single day). The vigilance in prosecuting (certain parties claiming 'persecution') of a case where the guilty party claimed to have accidentally spilled a fluid (the actual content still under dispute) on the president of SA. A case that many have forgotten about, but that has a few interesting parallels, ie the Bees Roux murder case. As with the Roux case: (a) the SAPS (allegedly) abused their "position of power" (a concept our law still struggles to conceptualise and as such then 'execute'); (b) the "perpetrators" were intoxicated. Only Roux had the (perceived) means to defend himself. To the rest of us - BE WARNED: if you have an elevated blood/alcohol level, there is principal motive to assume that the SAPS, will take advantage of you and/or your situation. Naturally its illegal, but in the midst of a Police Force (note - the SA Commissioner of Police no longer calls it a "Service") with questionable moral standards (well, standards per se), a drunk person's evidence can easily be questioned and as such a victim/perpetrator is easy to discredit - particularly if the aggressors 'hunt' in packs and then cooperate (to any arbitrary extent) to protect ea other (ie in casual terms = the "prisoner's dilemma").

      Ayoba - 2011-08-11 13:27

      I dont believe the story. Send us the pictures as prove that it happened.

  • DEVILS SON - 2011-08-11 09:51

    beats looking at a photo of zuma hands down.... give them a little slice of hell!!!

  • 1gascan - 2011-08-11 09:51

    Good! Nail the sick freaks!

  • saabnut - 2011-08-11 09:51

    I think we can expect a 'cover-up'. Excuse the pun...

      GonnyVonYuri - 2011-08-11 11:07

      What happened here was this lady accused the police of manhandling her and started to hold her hand in pain - the cops said lift your sleeves up we want to take a photo of the injury incase later on you go and cause a self-inflicated wound to sue us. Cops take photo of womens arm (sleeves lifted) and all of a sudden its "naked" pics. Dont know about you lot but naked means sexual parts unclothed. In ANY EVENT - agree or disagree with my theory - if this is a SEXUAL assault case - WHY THEN HAVE WE IDENTIFIED THE VICTIM?????? I thought it was illegal to identify victims of sexual attacks?

      DW - 2011-08-11 11:20

      Gonny, these photos were taken with their cellphones. Now you tell me why that would be. Also it should be a FEMALE officer who took the photos, not male officers. Were you there? Have you seen these photos? She identified herself. She went to the press as the cops REFUSED POINT BLANK to open a case when she went to the police station. Are you a cop who thinks it is ok for cops to abuse their situation? Or for women, no matter how beautiful, to be subjected to sexual abuse? You are kind of showing your true colours here, arent you?

      The Observer - 2011-08-11 12:28

      Gonny. Please read the entire story. It was reported that she claimed to have been man handled when she was taken for blood tests. Subsequent the police took the photos of her naked, learn to read. Then you plonker, she had no luck reporting the case after which she went to the papers hence being named, she probably gave them permission to print her name.

      GonnyVonYuri - 2011-08-11 12:56

      DW - Where you there? I just gave a theory - which i stated very clearly that it was a theory. The Observer - So you listened to only her side of the story and call me a plonker - you plonker!

      GonnyVonYuri - 2011-08-11 12:57

      I find it strange a sexual attack women would allow her name to be used and a picture of her - she could still have gone to the press and asked her name and photo be witheld.

  • edd - 2011-08-11 09:52

    Why are the passengers detained, if the driver of the vehicle committed the traffic offense? SUE THE POLICE MINISTER!!!!!

  • Desiree - 2011-08-11 09:56

    This is one story that went to press, what about the others. I hear all the time how the cops stop young people in the early hours of the morning and the male cops body search the young girls (slowly) touching all over because if they refuse they threaten to put them in jail. Its disgusting and then they demand our respect for them because they are in a dangerous job. Sorry respect is earned, all I can say I feel sorry the the decent ones out there unfortunately they get tagged and they dont deserve this.

      Tlnb - 2011-08-11 10:10

      Hi desiree i have been a Police officer for the past 14 years and what you are saying i have never heard of so if you have ant facts please give them to us so we can sort them out most of ths guys i know are very honerable people and would never do that.

      Jannie24 - 2011-08-11 10:24

      @desiree - do not make up stuff, it is bad already. i do not believe a word. evil things do happen but not the way you put it. stop wondering and write sh*t - go work.

      DEVILS SON - 2011-08-11 11:23

      i can even confirm, that between 2006-2008 some of the higher ranking officers at douglasdale police station used to frequent a brothel in olivedale, i know this as i served them drinks whilst they were in uniform..

      GonnyVonYuri - 2011-08-11 12:59

      Support Tlnb and Jannie24- people making up stories cause more negativity in this country.

      Neles - 2011-08-11 16:55

      @DEVILS SON - were you in uniform as well?

      Northern Stormer - 2011-08-13 07:49

      My opinion - They are just acting in that manner and at this extreme hours to acquire bribes and pay-offs because that is what they thrive on - and yes prove me wrong if you can !! Pity they do not act in broad daylight while driving next to ,alongside and behind taxi's committing unlawfull deeds on all the roads. No they won't because they will be f_ _ _ed up when they get home - rather target youngsters in town - easier !!

      Northern Stormer - 2011-08-13 07:53

      I can also provide you with sufficient evidence where police officers were stealing items locked up from people (It was locked up in warehouses) in the early hours of the morning with their uniforms on and with their superior present and whirlst driving a police vehicle - the efforts made to cover this up was amazing !!!!

  • Dal68 - 2011-08-11 10:01

    Disband the good for nothing saps, just a lot of thugs hehehehe

      DEVILS SON - 2011-08-11 11:30

      if we disband the saps the crime stats will drop, and we might even get status of safest nation on earth

  • SirMark - 2011-08-11 10:02

    our SAP must stand for SICK AND PERVERTED and not SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE as it was pre 94 . Cele`s circus .

      GonnyVonYuri - 2011-08-11 11:03

      I bet you would love to go back to the pre-94 days?

  • concerned - 2011-08-11 10:07

    Holy Snake, You are an arshole!!!!! What if it was your daughter, wife or girlfriend?

      underdog - 2011-08-11 10:22

      Nolbert: He is responding to a post further up by a racist named "Holy Snake". His comment reads: "Why waste police resources? The bastard was drunk - just lock her up "

  • BLOODY AGENT - 2011-08-11 10:08

    This type of abuse is rife in the ill disciplined glorified security gaurds posing as police officers,they lack training,leadership,self respect,discipline,respect for others and pride.This is the reason i resigned after 24 years i could cope with this incompetent idiots anymore.Lady sue the Minister of police and the cops in their private capacity

      docraven - 2011-08-11 10:21

      Alwyn, you were a cop?What do you do now ?

  • craftcrazy@24.com - 2011-08-11 10:09

    Faith Mazibuko, the Gauteng MEC for community safety, on Wednesday condemned the incident, especially as it happened in Women’s Month. Really? What difference does it make if it is Women's Month or not. Things like this should never happen. Police are there to protect and serve, not to abuse!!!

  • djg - 2011-08-11 10:11

    we need to see their faces and also their names so in future we 'll know whom in blue must not be trusted????????????

      DEVILS SON - 2011-08-11 10:15

      there should be a website, like the child offenders, but for police and gov officials, any of the people whom we charge with our country and personal wellbeing

      Mad Hatter - 2011-08-11 14:53

      Like the Chinese artist who paints a portrait of all the officials convicted of corruption , he has thousands. That man deserves a bells!

  • Vernon - 2011-08-11 10:12

    Lets start something......Black or White cops.

      JohnnyBB - 2011-08-11 10:16

      ...they are definately black... .....that's way colour wasn't mentioned...

      DEVILS SON - 2011-08-11 10:17

      they were apparently peruvian albino midget police, they stay under the radar

      Jannie24 - 2011-08-11 10:20

      black or white - either way, they were brainless!!!

  • djg - 2011-08-11 10:12

    Holy snake......do u have a gender problem....which one was the drunk "bastard"???????? u and idiot or what

      underdog - 2011-08-11 10:23

      djg: We need to just ignore these trolls. Their only reason for being here is to upset others and you are feeding them.

  • AndV - 2011-08-11 10:13

    And these thugs are supposed to protect us! How on earth can we the public trust the police anymore. They instead of assisting us with compliants, some very serious, they prevent us from lodging it. They don't even want to investigate their own who committed serious offences. Is this the Cele thugs that roam our streets in blue-light vans? A disgrace!

  • Potifar - 2011-08-11 10:15

    Ahh news 24 comment section. The place where trolls come to play

      underdog - 2011-08-11 10:25

      I'm trying to educate the regulars here about not feeding them, but it doesn't seem to be working.

      Daemos1 - 2011-08-11 11:00

      People like being angry, trolls are like prostitutes, they provide an essential service

      IC1 - 2011-08-11 11:18

      And u are doing what here exactly?? Chop LOL

      Daemos1 - 2011-08-11 11:36

      Are you using chop as a verb or noun?

  • concerned - 2011-08-11 10:15

    BLOODY AGENT, fROM ONE X TO another, they havent got a clue!!

  • OllieMor - 2011-08-11 10:19

    Hmmm... there are three sides to every story.

      O-Kay - 2011-08-11 11:58

      Oh PLEASE, just look at her picture!!! It's plain to see why they did it! Three sides my backside! (oh there's the third side, lol)

  • Shadow - 2011-08-11 10:26

    There could be two sides to this story. They took the photos as evidence or for their own amusement.For evidence it should have been done by a female medical examiner and not the officer's Blackberry. If the latter is true they do not deserve to be in a possition of athourity. Police and polititians alike need to Serve and Protect THE COMMUNITY. Not serve their own needs and pockets and protect their own assets.

      Kevin - 2011-08-11 11:32

      What evidence is a picture of a near naked real girl. The evidence would have been a picture of his bulging pants so that we can lock the sh#t up.

      Kenneth - 2011-08-11 13:09

      Was she not said to have been the passenger? if this was the case, they had no reason to detain her at all, if true, i'd sue, and retire early.

  • Jannie24 - 2011-08-11 10:26

    if true - this is bad BUT has anybody got an idea where i can go look at the pics taken to verify if the same person?

  • K1d - 2011-08-11 10:27

    I wonder when the You Magazine of knowledge will publish the pics with like little stars over the naughty bits - skande !

  • Robert - 2011-08-11 10:27

    i wonder if & WHEN THIS SORDID INCEDENT IS LIKELY TO BE CONCLUDED.

  • Robynsky - 2011-08-11 10:33

    I was stopped one night after a gig and TOLD I had been drinking, which was not the case. The cop took all the money in my wallet and my lotto ticket cause he felt lucky apparently. when I resisted he asked if I would prefer being locked up fro the rest of the weekend with a great sodomite as he put it. So I shut up and left it. I went to report it the next day and no one was interested. So from first hand experience I do believe that this happens and the cops do what they want.

      Jannie24 - 2011-08-11 10:38

      i do not believe this. nobody locks nobody up if not drunk - this is utmost bullsh*t. They only lock you up if pissed - they have to take you to the clinic first - you were pranked.

      Kwazi - 2011-08-11 11:15

      No wonder why they get killed every week as the stats report.

      DEVILS SON - 2011-08-11 11:18

      Jannie, you clearly dont run into our boys in blue very often, she was the passenger, they cant lock you up for being drunk unless you making a nuisance of yourself and even then its mostly to keep u safe til you sober up and are no danger to yourself. even telling the cop they wrong to arrest your friend is no grounds for arrest on charges of defeating the ends of justice, had she been a bearded fat man, they would have asked for a donation and sent her on her way. but she is undoubtably a stunning lady, and the cops just saw a gap and took liberties.

  • Jannie24 - 2011-08-11 10:34

    were these photos taken while wearing bullet proof jackets?

  • kwabeni - 2011-08-11 10:43

    WES, this holy snake does not even deserve to go back to the bush, he belongs somewhere at the bottom of an old worked out mineshaft. The bush is the home of our beloved civilized animal species.

  • Magnum - 2011-08-11 10:49

    you tube "her name is ms ann"

  • v3 - 2011-08-11 11:08

    Another example of Generalissimo Cele's leadership.

  • Kwazi - 2011-08-11 11:12

    The cops are sick. Really sick...

  • stofsuier - 2011-08-11 11:18

    sue the police and the government

  • Edgar Boehm - 2011-08-11 11:23

    What I can not understand is why a charge has not been laid at the ICD? If this story is true and the events laid out are accurate then I am truly appalled and if this is the case, why has Marina Kloppers not laid a charge against the cops invloved?

      Edgar Boehm - 2011-08-11 11:24

      sorry..typo..."involved"

  • Kevin - 2011-08-11 11:28

    Fire the thug cops and put them in jail for at least 10 years. Alternatively hand the two thug cops over to real men for a spot of interrogation.

  • Snow F Lake - 2011-08-11 11:30

    This highlights a much bigger problem of anti-white racism and criminality in the South African police force that must be dealt with severely. Why has Cele not made a public statement yet? We should be calling for heads of the Pretoria West police, Brooklyn Police and even the minister to resign if all involved are not brought to justice soonest, they are responsible for their behavior. The way those cops treated this woman is horrendous. What if it is your sister or mother that they do that to next?

      DEVILS SON - 2011-08-11 11:42

      this is no race thing, this is a south african male problem

      Daemos1 - 2011-08-11 11:45

      Agreed, I've seen cops of all races mistreat women.

      Snow F Lake - 2011-08-11 12:39

      Granted that all races mistreat women, and that this is wrong. In this particular case it happened to be two black cops who are accused of assaulting a white woman. What I am suggesting is that this is symptomatic of a much wider problem that stems form a racist government policy where white cops were systematically removed from the police force. While there are a few good cops out there, black and white, many are corrupt and incompetent and it starts at the very top of our police force with the deployment of ANC cadres into senior positions. The result is our senior politicians and their youth brigade sidekicks use police as their glorified car guards at dinner parties, we have the highest crime rates in the world while our budget for police has more than tripled over the previous years, so has the crime. You can draw your own conclusions form this data - despite paying taxes, we still need to hire private security and install burglar bars, alarms, electric fences... Most prominent is violent black on white crime which gets swept under the carpet as an official police policy. Add to this some 45 charges of murder against police members, countless charges of rape and assault. There is something very wrong with our police force, senior police and cadres need to be accountable to the public on their performance and take responsibility for the actions of their subordinates who take instruction form them, which means all these heads must roll.

      Daemos1 - 2011-08-11 14:01

      interesting theory, but it's just your theory, based on conclusions that you have reached based on your experience... what we know for a fact is thatthese are bad cops and we need to get rid of them. Black cops are abusive towards black women all the time, I'll bet you have a theory for that and every other cross-racial encounter. This shouldn't be a racial debate, we need to address the issue of our policing, using facts we can substantiate.

      Snow F Lake - 2011-08-11 15:56

      Lets look at the facts: 0 Two black cops vs white woman - FACT 0 Senior white cops offered early retirement, juniors pushed out - FACT 0 High levels of corruption and incompetence - What do you think? 0 ANC+ANCYL cadre deployment into most senior positions in the SA police - FACT 0 Police used as car glorified guards for ANC dinner parties - do yourself a favor, take a drive through Waterkloof at night 0 Crime increases along side police budgets increases - FACT. 15 years ago = 1/10 of budget, no electric fences. Take a look at actual budget increases along side the increase of crime over the past 10 years. 0 Black on white violence - FACT 0 Police told to under report crime, particularly violent white on black crime - a friend in the force was told by his seniors to write-up murder as "manslaughter" and robberies as "trespassing" - families of farm murder victims want to know why their slain parent's death certificate reads "natural causes" when he was shot in the heart. 0 Since 1st January 2009, SA police have been charged with 80 counts of murder, 94 charges of rape, 71 charges of sexual assault and had 516 assault charges laid against them - just one of those charges of rape or murder would make headlines and demand heads roll in any other country. In the last year alone we have had 45 cases of murder, 46 rape, 41 sexual assault, and 317 assault - the increase in police criminality and brutality this year is alarming and it has had no effect on decreasing crime in SA.

      Snow F Lake - 2011-08-11 16:02

      I then put it to you that this police brutality and criminality starts right at the top with Cele and his leases intimidating journalists, holding them for questioning for 20 days without notifying their families and going through their personal effects and hard drives to find their sources etc... is not aimed at criminals but innocent victims. The increase in police brutality is not aimed at criminals, but victims.

  • wingnut - 2011-08-11 11:49

    @Tinb - read the Durban papers - you might recall the "blue light stawker" - was a cop - was sentenced to prison and dissapeared - you police are still looking for him and cant find him - convenient wouldnt you say.

  • mokoenk - 2011-08-11 12:04

    and when they get killed they get surprised!!! when they are not respected they get surprised... it is not all of them I know but the vast majority of them are a disgrace to our nation. Bloody agents!

  • demaio82 - 2011-08-11 12:32

    Sadly its a minority of police that make the majority of our so called "S.A. Police Force" look like nothing more than an armed uniformed gang on thugs, walking around protect by bulletproof jackets and the "law"!

  • nexus - 2011-08-11 12:41

    brainwashing works. you can simply dress any man in a uniform and you can make them become anything they are normally not. on a daily basis, people are turned into mass murderers by just a few pieces of crazily coloured fabric. we even invent words like "patriotism" to make it all more credible. and then we complain when the brainwashed breaks down and like a body's immune system turning on itself attacks its own support system. we seriously need to break out of this "someone has to be in authority" paradigm. it is the mentality of slavery. our government expresses it most profoundly.

  • Michi2 - 2011-08-11 12:50

    ATlnb - my niece and her friend were pulled out of their vehicle right in front of their gate in Table View - pepper sprayed and thrown into the police van and driven (at one hellavu speed) to the police station where they were thrown around by the police - one even said - eish, these white girls, we'll get them! You won't believe the bruises on my neiece! Never mind if they had one too many, that's whats happening out there. Apparantely, these two police are known for doing what they do!

      Lola mcNola - 2011-08-11 14:00

      @Michi@ - my sister was also a victim of police harrassment, for also skipping a red light late at night after her late work shift, she was verbally abused and everything was thrown out of her and she was made to pick up everything and put it back in, then when she wanted to phone my father to come fetch her as they kept threatening to take her to Hillbrow police station, the bug burly black cop took out his mag light flash light and proceeded to hit the bonnet of the car and call her names and tell her she is spoilt etc, the women cop (who couldnt even fit into her uniform) just stood there and laughed, the poor kid was traumatised she did not want to go and lay a charge as my sister was convinced that the cops wont believe her! So I dont dispute the corrupt acts of these fat arrogant cops, as if I was there I would have lost it and given them something to arrest me for! So my point with this story is why did this lovely model consent to having photo's with them in the room? Any normal person no matter how scared you are would have said NO. I just dont understand?

  • RhinoGP - 2011-08-11 12:56

    give that officer a bells!!! he sure knows how to pick a hot chick!!!!!!

      CPII - 2011-08-11 16:13

      Listen boet, if you feel like wanking, go buy yourself a Hustler and make yourself tired.

  • nononsense - 2011-08-11 13:08

    Why does this not surprise me? But then again, if these cops were 'clean' they wouldn't be cops would they?

  • Peter - 2011-08-11 13:13

    The humiliation of having to "lay a charge" after being violated is further trauma, as well as not trusting the system to protect its citizens No words to describe how I feel :(

  • Satanskind - 2011-08-11 13:24

    I wonder if the pictures has been published on the web...? does anyone maybe know....?

      Daemos1 - 2011-08-11 14:02

      No, but I'm sure they will get 'leaked' soon

  • Lola mcNola - 2011-08-11 13:47

    I don't know about other ladies, but if MALE cops wanted to take naked photo's of me I would have made such a fuss about it, that they would have had to rearrest me for resisting and someone would have got a round house kick! Also why did she not ask the FEMALE nurse to rather take the photo's PRIVATELY at the hospital? somethings a little fishy here....

  • Misha Brand - 2011-08-11 14:02

    Northern Stormer! : It matter that she was drunk or not. SHE WAS NOT THE DRIVER! Say what you want, this country is so CORRUPT. The people who are suppose to be protecting us, we are scared of! Its ridiculous !!!!!!! :(

      Northern Stormer - 2011-08-13 08:04

      My point exactly !!!

  • Misha Brand - 2011-08-11 14:07

    EXCUSE ME!!!!! But when you see how openly she post half naked pictures on facebook, you will think differently! If you portrait yourself to the world like this, then CAN YOU BLAME ANYONE WHEN THEY TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT!??????????????????????

      Northern Stormer - 2011-08-13 08:11

      She is a lingerie model ???

  • Misha Brand - 2011-08-11 14:08

    http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.137397853635.135877.804958635

  • Elvis - 2011-08-11 14:48

    where are these pics? this is disgusting I need to see the pics to look for evidence

  • demaio82 - 2011-08-11 15:27

    @ Misha Brand.....irrespective of the photos on her FB profile and bearing in mind that she is a part time model, this still does not justify the actions of these two police officers! Nothing justifies this act of abuse of power, intimidation and sexual abuse but the same people that are taxes pay for!!

  • reader4444@24.com - 2011-08-11 15:27

    Name and shame the perpetrators. I hope Marina and her friend sue the minister of police. Send a very clear message that transgressions by policemen and policewomen will be exposed and punished.

  • preshengovender69 - 2011-08-11 15:33

    publish the picture and let the public judge

  • CPII - 2011-08-11 16:06

    Now; if this was white cops taking pictures of a black female model WWIII would have already broken out :(