Friday, June 13, 2014

ACDP applauds the State for heavier punishment of perpetrators

Oscar Thomas
13 June 2014

The African Christian Democratic Party in the Western Cape has applauded the State for pushing for the heaviest punishment for Vuyisile Stofile. 

He was convicted last month on several crimes including rape and robbery with aggravating circumstances.  It is alleged that he would lure woman from Nyanga Junction as they made their way to GF Jooste Hospital early morning. 

ACDP Provincial Leader Ferlon Christians said the State must swiftly convict and prosecute perpetrators and to deter future offenders. 

Christians said the period of time we were calling on the Government to review the parole system and also denied bail on certain serious crimes. We also said that heavier sentences must be on pose for certain categories of crime.

“The ACDP calls on the state to act swiftly to prosecute perpetrators to stir future offenders of the law. We are glad that state is sending out a message that crime does not pay Christians added. 



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