Letters | SA society respects retribution more than justice

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LETTER:

Graham McIntosh, retired MP, suggests the use of sjamboks for crowd control in protest incidents instead of the ready use of rubber bullets (The Witness, April 21).

I fully agree, for all the reasons he mentions.

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