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    My racist mother had to die

    South Africa's worst mass killer, Louis van Schoor, killed dozens of
    people in the apartheid era - all black or mixed race. Now his
    daughter has confessed to murder - of her mother. So why is the non-
    white community, who once lived in fear of him, hailing her as a
    hero? By Chris McGreal

    Thursday June 13, 2002
    The Guardian

    Ten years ago, the white residents of East London in South Africa
    were driving around with "I Love Louis" stickers on their cars,
    decorated with three bullet holes through a heart, in protest at the
    trial of South Africa's most prolific murderer. The police,
    magistrates and apartheid-era political establishment of the
    dilapidated port had long protected Sybrand Jacobus Lodewikus van
    Schoor - Louis to his friends - as he shot 101 people over four
    years, killing 39 including children.
    Van Schoor was a former policeman turned security guard and, as far
    as the city's whites were concerned, he was doing a good job at
    keeping the crime statistics down. But the dead and wounded had two
    things in common. They were all black or "coloured" (mixed race) and
    not one was carrying a gun.

    The bulky Afrikaner with his long, flowing beard inspired terror
    among the city's black population, who called him "Jesus" because of
    his appearance. That was how East London's elders liked it - until
    apartheid imploded and the time came to call Van Schoor to account.
    When he was finally convicted of murdering seven people - a fraction
    of the tally but enough to put him away for 20 years - Van Schoor
    said that his only regret was being parted from his then 12-year-old
    daughter, Sabrina. Now it is Sabrina's turn to be locked up for
    murder, over the protests of a section of East London citizenry.
    Except that this time, the people who once lived in fear of her
    father are giving her their support.

    The city's black and "coloured" residents have turned out in force
    to cheer Louis van Schoor's daughter for a slaying that they
    describe as a blow against racism. Even Sabrina's lawyer hailed her
    as a "heroine" for hiring a hitman to slit her mother's throat.

    But her motive was very different from her father's. Among Louis's
    victims were Liefe Peters, 13, and his friend, John Swartbooi, 14.
    In 1988, they broke into the Wimpy hamburger restaurant on East
    London's seafront and headed for the cash register. Van Schoor
    pounced. He ordered the boys to walk toward the exit and not look

    Swartbooi swung around as the first shot hit Peters and two more
    caught his own leg and buttock. Van Schoor hauled Swartbooi to his
    feet, leaned him against a table and shot him a third time before
    leaving him for dead. By the time the young man came to in hospital
    his friend was in the morgue.

    Van Schoor later said it was too dark to see that the two boys were
    children. The response of the police and judiciary was much the same
    as it had always been. For years, Van Schoor got away with the
    killings under a South African law that permitted anyone to shoot
    dead a person fleeing the scene of a serious crime. Included in the
    definition of "serious" was petty theft if it involved trespass.

    The police, magistrates and inquests routinely cleared Van Schoor of
    any criminal act even though survivors gave disturbing accounts of
    trying to surrender when they were shot or of Van Schoor snatching
    innocent people walking down the street, dragging them on to the
    premises he was guarding and shooting them. The victims were always
    black and their word counted for little against a white former
    policeman. Detectives invariably took Van Schoor's account of the
    killings at face value, and several times allowed him to amend his
    sworn statements to say he had met a legal requirement to give a
    warning before shooting.

    At inquests, magistrates usually failed to ask a single question of
    Van Schoor - even when, on one occasion, he claimed that he shot
    a "fleeing" suspect in the chest because the man was running
    backwards. The pathologists' reports of shots fired within inches of
    victims allegedly escaping arrest sparked no greater interest among
    the magistrates. A single inquest in 1989 declared that Van Schoor
    had justifiably killed 25 of his victims. When the local MP asked
    that Van Schoor's gun licence be revoked, the police said they could
    not take away a man's livelihood.

    As apartheid collapsed, the establishment was finally forced to put
    a stop to Van Schoor. It did so by arguing that the police and
    magistrates had been wrong all along. Van Schoor was eventually
    tried for 19 murders, convicted of seven and sentenced to 20 years.
    It was the biggest murder trial in South African history but barely
    touched most of the killings carried out by the security guard.

    To many whites in East London, Van Schoor was the fall guy for
    apartheid's unpunished crimes. But Sabrina was also being punished.
    Her father and mother were already divorced, and Louis van Schoor's
    imprisonment was to mark the beginning of a hellish time for her.

    According to Sabrina's own account, the only people who helped her
    out were non-white. She claimed in court that she was molested by
    three white men as a child. When she told her mother and brothers
    they laughed and called her a liar. But a "coloured" man listened
    and that was the start of a parallel life that few whites understood
    or countenanced. Sabrina's mother, Beverly, 48, was an influential
    businesswoman in Queenstown, about 100 miles from East London. She
    was a pillar of the town's white establishment, holding the local
    franchises for one of South Africa's leading estate agencies and an
    auction house. Sabrina helped her run another business, a florist
    and bridal boutique. After work it was a different story. Most
    evenings, Sabrina headed for the "coloured" suburb where she had a
    series of boyfriends and a part-time job at a cricket venue. Beverly
    didn't like it.

    "Every time we used to fight, it was always about coloureds,"
    Sabrina said in court. "She beat me with a shoe, a wooden spoon,
    anything she could find. She called me a whore. My mother has tried
    to shoot me, but she stopped before it got that far. She even
    stopped me from going to church because it was on a farm and I could
    meet people there she didn't approve of."

    A woman who calls herself Beverly's best friend, Maggie Riggier,
    said that Sabrina's mother often hit her daughter in the face and
    would lock her in her bedroom to "stop her mixing with people of
    other races".

    "[Sabrina] was hurt and scared, and a prisoner in her own home,"
    said Riggier. "Bev used to call her a whore for 'running around with
    kaffirs and hotnots'. Bev hit her in the face, a lot. I saw how she
    treated her and I did nothing. This town will say I betrayed Bev,
    but she would have expected me to tell the truth."

    The relationship between mother and daughter deteriorated further
    after Sabrina became pregnant, at 18, by a "coloured" man. Her
    mother pressured her into having an abortion. A year later, she was
    pregnant again. Sabrina said that her mother was still urging her to
    abort this child at five months pregnant: "My mother had found my
    coloured boyfriend by threatening his family. She told his mother I
    was a whore and because his mother was a Christian, she made her son
    bring me back," she said.

    Sabrina's father, in prison, opined that an abortion would be wrong.
    His daughter gave birth to a girl, Tatum. "That baby was black when
    she came out," said Riggier. "And Bev just wept. I said something
    crazy, stupid, that we could make its skin lighter by putting it
    under a light: anything to console her. Things got worse after

    One of Sabrina's former boyfriends, Navin Neermul, described the
    lengths that Beverly went to. "Her mother came over with two
    security guards to tell me that if I didn't stop seeing her
    daughter, something would happen to me. She was a very arrogant and
    racist person," he said.

    Riggier said that Beverly believed her daughter's attraction to
    black men was a reaction to her father's crimes: "Bev said that
    maybe it's because her father shot those blacks and she's trying to
    rectify it by sleeping with blacks and coloureds." Two months ago,
    Sabrina went in search of someone to kill her mother. She found Feza
    Mdutshane, 27. One morning in late March, Sabrina opened the door to
    Mdutshane and told him to wait quietly while she went to her
    mother's room to fetch her baby. She found Beverly putting on her
    make-up in her night dress. Sabrina picked up Tatum and walked out
    of the room as the killer entered. He slit Beverly's throat with a
    breadknife. Sabrina's only comment after the murder was: "Are you
    sure she's dead?"

    In payment, Sabrina gave the killer some cash, the keys to her VW
    Golf and her mother's mobile phone. She told police that her car had
    been stolen. Detectives soon tracked Mdutshane as he was using
    Beverly's phone, and the killer confessed. So did Sabrina, once she
    got to court. "I did do this to liberate myself," she said. "I did
    ask him to kill my mother. I did it out of anger. It was preplanned.
    I tried to stop it once or twice but it had gone so far I couldn't."

    The prosecutor, Malherbe Marais, tried to get witnesses to admit
    that it was the "low morality" of Sabrina's boyfriends that her
    mother objected to, not their race. But none could be shifted from
    their view that it was all down to colour.

    As Sabrina admitted matricide in court, there were cheers from the
    public gallery from dozens of black and "coloured" supporters. Among
    them was Maria Phillips. "She was just doing exactly what Mr
    [Nelson] Mandela said - making friends with people of different
    colours. But her mother tried to stop it. She was a very rude lady,"
    she told a local newspaper.

    "She liberated herself from racial oppression, just as Africans in
    this country had to do," Sabrina's lawyer, Siphiwo Burwana, told the

    Inside Fort Glamorgan prison in East London, Louis van Schoor saw it
    differently. He told his spiritual counsellor, John Stoltz: "I let
    her down; I wasn't there for her. Please tell her that I love her."

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    It was a mistake of the Mother not to shoot that whore when she had the chance. This story makes me sick and is a perfect example of a "democratic society", where everything is turned upside down. Someone who murders her parents is considered a "hero" while the victim is vilefied as "racist" and more or less got "what she deserved".
    Several years back there was a simular case in france. A young girl killed her father who was a "nazi", was overprotective and tried to keep her in the nationalist movement. The "Stern" was full of praise and sympathy for the girl.

    It's like in soviet Russia, where the little Morozow was declared a hero because he stooged on his parents.

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    Yes this story fits perfectly into Karl Marx's plans for the destruction of the family in the new communist society!

    Well, at least the mother is now with God(or Gods, whatever you believe).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pushkin
    Yes this story fits perfectly into Karl Marx's plans for the destruction of the family in the new communist society!

    Well, at least the mother is now with God(or Gods, whatever you believe).
    I would rather have seen that disgusting young nigger-whore being sent to her "Gods" - which are probably some african bush-spirits.

    In Germany it is no different at all. Back in December 1993, Federal-Youth-Minister and todays CDU-chairman Angela Merkel said in an interview on Radio, that parents should report their children to the police or to the "youth-office" ("Jugendamt"), if they find any CD's with "rightwing extremist music" or of "outlawed bands" in their rooms.
    In the daily rag "BILD" there was even a report, of how a father denounced his own son to the police, because he visited a skinhead-concert. They praised this as the deed of a "caring and thoughtfull parent".

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