June 19, 2012: Eugene Becker has left prison Print
Thursday, 21 June 2012 07:07

Sgt. Major Eugene Becker, June 19, 2012

On Thursday, June 19, Sgt. Major Eugene Becker, Boer patriot persecuted by the “new” Empire of southern Africa, has left prison. HalleluJaH!
He spent 10 months in Paxton, Witbank prison (in 2006 the “new” Empire has changed the name of “Witbank” in “eMalahleni”; a neo-colonialist act, organic part of the Boer Genocide). Now he will still be another 4 years under house arrest.
His sentence relates to the possession of an R4, which had been given to him in the early nineties by the Boputhatswana Defence Force when he was part of Gen Viljoen’s BKA at Mmabatho airport, during the Conflict in Bophuthatswana (1994).

Sgt. Major Eugene Becker works at Balmoral, with the Southern Cross Africa of Cmdt. Willem Ratte, and the Balmoral Cadets.

The Empire of the RSA has no authority over the Boers.

Free all Boer prisoners!