Remember when this horrible thing happened to my family. Well there has been some excellent news.
Last week, Sara received a subpoena to be in court. My brother-in-law went with her for some moral support, and he landed up testifying as well, because, just as we thought, he used to do odd jobs for him around the house.
He was sentenced to ten years in jail! Such, such good news.
Like I said in that post, it’s so good to see things happening properly. We only hear about the negative stuff and how nothing works. But you know what, it does.
My brother-in-law spent the whole day at court. And he said that there were so many cases, just like Sara’s one, were the witnesses did no bother to pitch up, so the case was thrown out and the people let free. And we wonder why we have problems. So many people could not be bothered to get involved, to much of a hassle. Yes, going to court is a pain. But the country needs these people to go, to put these buggers away.
Yes the country is far from perfect, and we have many problems, but there are things and systems that do work.