Derby-Lewis free, but what about the Hani's?

2016-11-04 09:09

Gaye Derby-Lewis says "He was under house arrest for 18 months. My husband is finally free."

Gaye, can you consciously and humanely say to Mrs Hani and her family that your husband is finally free?

They remain as the living and as the witnesses to the cold blooded killing of their father and husband.

That freedom you speak about has not been afforded to these human beings.

The memory of the head of their home was wrenched away from them by the bitterness of your husband. Yet you have the audacity to come out with impunity to claim his freedom.

The sentiment is quite clear, neither you nor your cold blooded murderer of a husband have any remorse for the murder of Chris Hani.

This is an equal crime to the act of the very murder.

You should be ashamed to relate yourself to the human kind by uttering those words in the face of a family and a nation that was robbed of a leader who fought for the equality of people (humans).

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