South Africa: Rudolph vs Empire. Piet “Skiet” Rudolph wins damages PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 02 February 2011 11:33

Piet "Skiet" Rudolph, 12 May 2005News from “IOL news”

Boer patriot Piet “Skiet” Rudolph, is to receive R110,000 in damages from the police of the capitalist-communist empire that rules in southern Africa, following an altercation with its officers at the Boeremag trial (a trial against several Boer patriots) in the Pretoria High Court, the 5th May 2005, which ended with him being arrested and detained for several days.
The 1st December 2006 the Hatfield magistrate’s court found Piet Rudolph not guilty and discharged him. He was accused of assault, intimidation and crimen injuria. He had pleaded not guilty to all the charges.
The 5th May 2005 Piet Rudolph became involved in a scuffle with two white agents of south African empire, the investigating officers in the Boeremag case - Captain Johannes Cornelius Vice and Superintendent Tollie Vreugdenburg.
Rudolph was alleged to have assaulted Vice by pulling his tie and calling him a “Boereslaner” (Boer assaulter) and a “Boereverraaier” (traitor of the Boers). He was also alleged to have threatened to “take out” Vice and Vreugdenburg.
While Rudolph pleaded not guilty to the charges, he admitted calling Vice a “Boereslaner” because he had assaulted Boeremag accused Wilhelm Pretorius (a son of Dr. Lets Pretorius) during his arrest.
In order to justify calling Vice a “Boereslaner”, Rudolph called Pretorius to testify on his behalf.
The court heard how Vice blindfolded Pretorius and assaulted him repeatedly in an attempt to force information out of him.