Archive for Oct, 2016

SARS Wars and Kidnapping

Posted: 28th Oct 2016 by James Grant in Uncategorized

​From the footage I have seen it seems as if someone blocks Vlok Symington’s attempts to leave the room at least twice. That would satisfy the conduct requirement for kidnapping. The next question is whether they had any lawful grounds? This is a value judgement. Unlikely a court will accept that the interests in retrieving […]

Imagine the accused was not Pravin Gordhan

Posted: 13th Oct 2016 by James Grant in Uncategorized

​Imagine the accused was not Pravin Gordhan, but, one Des who was CEO of a large multinational company. Imagine he was friends with a certain Tom, in upper middle management, who also worked for the company and that the two liked to go fishing at the sea. Imagine they dreamt of owning a small cottage […]