Friday 24 April 2009

”What are we supposed to use? Harsh language?”

It’s not just the UK police who take a dim view of ‘vigilantes’, by which they usually mean people who decide they are mad as hell and aren’t going to take it any more:
Initial investigations have found residents reacted when Mungiki tried to expel people who came from a neighboring district, Kirinyaga, because members of Mungiki had been lynched in Kirinyaga, Kiraithe said.

(police spokesman Eric)Kiraithe urged members of the public to stop "using criminal violence to resist crime."
When did ‘resisting crime’ become something we are not supposed to do….?

As they say, when seconds count, remember, the police are only minutes away. I suspect that’s probably hours in Kenya…

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