South Africa’s Farm Murders: Jeanine’s Story
Thank you so much for watching. One of the most helpful things you can do is share this video and spread the word about what is happening in South Africa – but if you want to go a step even further here are a few things to check out. If you’d like to support trips like this and help us turn these stories into a real documentary, here are some links to do that:
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I remember distinctly Jeanine mentioning that she would love legal advice. Her family are afraid for their lives, they don’t know if her fathers murderer is going to come back for them once he’s released. If there are any legal experts in South Africa or elsewhere who can offer her any aid, please reach out. Or if you would simply like to send her a kind message, I can forward that as well. I’m forwarding the emails instead of handing out her direct address because I’m positive she doesn’t need any hoards of hate mail or spam, and it’s no skin off my back to do a little filtering.
So if you’d like to contact her please make the title of your email “Justice For Jeanine” and send it to: firstname.lastname@example.org How you can help other farmers: On this trip we’ve been lucky enough to get help from a group called the Suidlanders (or Southlanders). They are a civil defence force preparing for peaceful aid and protection of South Africa’s minority Afrikaner population if any sort of civil war or serious government persecution breaks out. You can check out their website and support them at https://suidlanders.org/ One last thing! This trip would not be possible at all without the help from my wonderful supporters and patrons. Thank you a million. Adelaide Gergely Jason Katalin Richard William Aaron Peter Mateusz Thomas Christopher Katalin Ian L aka/ nonzombie Ivan Drew Matthew
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Her dad slumped onto the chair with six bullets in him – where he was shot in the head at close range – execution style.
And that very chair was covered in blood & body matter.