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Thursday, 22 December 2005


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I hope we are not joking with people,s life here again. Kohtem was a human being. He was not an animal. He had parents, brothers, sister and children. But Doh killed him. Fon Doh should pay for it. The judges should not free Doh. I don,t want to call him fon. If you think late Kohtem was an animal, then let DOH go free. But if you think, Doh killed a human being, then let justice prevail. Nobody is supposed to be above the law.

Fon Lawrence

It is even shameful that the judge acknowledged that he did not deliver the ruling on the matter simply because of pressure.In other words he has annouced that the ruling is in favour of Doh.So the Judge avoided escalation of angers by not delivering the ruling.His excuse for suspending the ruling is the most stupid idea.
That fact that Doh was not detent with the other suspects is clear indication that he is above the law.We should also understand that the judge cannot take a decision base on the facts of the case without making phone calls to Yaounde.The ruling he is to deliver is definitely from Yaounde.Of course in Cameroon,killing some one in the name of the CPDM is no crime.If Doh was not of the CPDM,there will have long been a ruling on this matter


Dis Fon na popo bad man. Fon dem dey use condom so? Fon fit swear say all dat im 100 woman clean? Dis kin bad peepee sabi tay long because God wan show we say we weak and we no get good fashion. God bless Southern Cameroons for seka say dem peepee dey talk correct ting even if im hard and pay no dey for dat work.

Che Sunday (Dr.)

If he is being protected by gendarmes, that presents no problem. Both are killers anyway so get to him by taking some gendarmes too. The more the merrier.

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