Newspapers seem to be very confused as to exactly how long it took police to find little Makgabo Matlala’s body under her own bed. First they said ‘more than 27 hours’. Then they said ‘nearly 24 hours’. Then they said ‘more than 24 hours’. More recently, they said ‘nearly 12 hours’. That’s a big difference, that last one. Is it just me or are they trying to make it seem less pathetic?
Although really, even 12 minutes would be too long. Seriously, you’re in a little girl’s room, she’s missing. Look under the bed. Look in the closet. Am I the only person on the planet who ever played Hide and Seek as a child?
Interestingly enough, Makgoba is the granddaughter of Judge President Bernard Ngoepe, the same judge who was meant to be presiding over Zuma’s rape trial, but recused himself at the request of the defense. It was thought his judgment may be biased as he was the judge who signed the warrant to search Zuma’s house in connection with his upcoming corruption trial. Now i’m not really one for conspiracy theories, but does this seem like a message to anyone else?
Speaking of the Zuma rape trial, trauma specialist Merle Friedman has testified that the victim’s actions after the rape are consistent with the behavior of a rape victim, and of any sufferer of extreme trauma. No big surprises there. The man is as guilty as OJ, and will probably be walking as free very soon.
And speaking of missing children, Kelly Jolkowski is using the disappearance of her son Jason to bring a very important message to the world: when your child goes missing, do not trust the supposed ‘psychics’ who come knocking at your door promising to find your child (for only a small fee). Her son disappeared without a trace nearly five years ago, and she has been the victim not only of this tragedy, but of the bloodsucking parasites who descend on anyone in her position. Read what this woman has to say: she has combined her own experience, and extensive research, to bring you the real truth about psychics and missing children:
“There is not one proven case in which a psychic, using special powers or abilities not given to the typical person, has located a missing person, whether dead or alive. It may be possible that some persons have an ability that defies science and logic, but there is no known scientific evidence of this. These persons re-victimize families by taking away hope where it should stand, and giving hope where there is none. No person has the right to do this to another. “