Tortured Witch Child Relatives Found Guilty

#1
The judge has warned them to expect lengthy jail sentences, and bloody rightly so. Child trafficking (excuse the spelling) is not only apparently costing this country billions, but the money their deluded parents pay these gangs is astronomical. But apart from the finances involved, this case will probably be one of many that is currently carrying on under our noses. Specialist police teams have already estimated that around 300 african boys are missing from London schools registers alone. And still social and health services who were in position to do something did fcuk all - one official blaming 'poor light' for not noticing the cuts and bruises when examining the child! Jeeez :roll: With echoes from the Victoria Climbe case, you would have expect such people to be on their guard when evidence of abuse was glaringly obvious. Having once known one of the guilty abusers in that case - I suppose this has touched me emotionally more than some others.

The article below only describes part of the treatment this poor girl received; I hope that the three who inflicted received the same if not worst care when they being their sentences. Make the ba$tards know how it feels.

Girl was a witch - convicted woman
10:50am 4th June 2005
An African woman convicted of abusing an eight-year-old girl said she was convinced the child was a witch.
Sita Kisanga and her brother Sebastian Pinto were found guilty at the Old Bailey of aiding and abetting the girl's aunt who was convicted of child cruelty.

The court heard that the child, who was brought to Britain from Angola by her aunt after her parents died, had been beaten, cut and had chilli peppers rubbed in her eyes to "beat the devil out of her".

In an interview with the BBC Radio 4 Today programme, Kisanga denied evidence by the girl that she had taken part in the beatings and said that she had tried to stop the abuse by the child's aunt. But she acknowledged that like the aunt, who cannot be named for legal reasons, she had believed that the girl was "kendoki" - a witch.
She said that it had been confirmed by the pastor at the so-called "breakaway" church they attended in east London, which practised a mixture of evangelical Christianity and traditional African spiritual beliefs.

"In our community, kendoki happens because it is killing people. It is doing bad things. Because in our community it is a serious matter. In our community in the UK everyone believes in it. In our country they believe in it too," she said. "Kendoki is something that you have to be scared of because, in our culture kendoki can kill you and destroy your life completely. Kendoki can make you barren, sometimes kendoki can ruin your chances of staying in this country."

Kisanga said that she had told the aunt after her own son had woken in the night complaining that the girl had come to him and "hit me with a big stick in the head".

The aunt had then woken the girl and asked her about the incident. "The girl said, 'Yes, I hit him with the stick. I want to sacrifice him for the New Year'. That means that she really is kendoki," Kisanga said.

Kisanga said that the aunt had started beating the girl and she urged her to stop. She telephoned her brother for help, but as she was talking the aunt pushed the child into a laundry bag. The court heard that the child was then threatened with being thrown in the river.

During police interviews, the girl said Kisanga had cornered her in the kitchen and told her "today you die", however she denied taking part in the abuse. "I never did such things to her. It was the aunty who poisoned the child against me, to say it was me. The aunty was telling the girl to mention my name but I didn't do it," she said.

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#3
How dare we nasty British jail these people ....it's their culture :roll:
 
#4
The defendants, and according to some of the media the ubiquitous 'community leaders', claim that this sort of thing is all part of their culture. I am therefore wondering why the PC brigade have not demanded that not only must it be allowed to continue, but it should be celebrated - it goes without saying that it should be financed from our taxes. I do not understand why one is not allowed to criticise people whose religion involves stonings, amputations and beheadings, but those whose religion involves witchcraft are prosecuted.
 
#5
'In our community' WTF?? Animals. Nothing more than animals. Its bad enough this kind of $hit happening in Africa, to 'recruit' for the rebel gangs. In England, regardless of culture or 'religion' (this evangelical pastor should be arrse-raped in jail too) people should behave like HUMAN BEINGS. You simply do not do this kind of thing to a child. Children have an innocence inherent, and it is a guardian's duty to protect that, whilst exposing them slowly to the Real World.
These animals should be given as much as the feeble justice system can throw at them. (Luckily, as nonces, their real punishment in jail should begin as soon as they arrive.) "Kendoki can ruin your chances of staying in this country." That just about sums the fu$kers up, then, does'nt it?
 
#6
sarnian said:
'In our community' WTF?? Animals. Nothing more than animals. Its bad enough this kind of $hit happening in Africa, to 'recruit' for the rebel gangs. In England, regardless of culture or 'religion' (this evangelical pastor should be arrse-raped in jail too) people should behave like HUMAN BEINGS. You simply do not do this kind of thing to a child. Children have an innocence inherent, and it is a guardian's duty to protect that, whilst exposing them slowly to the Real World.
These animals should be given as much as the feeble justice system can throw at them. (Luckily, as nonces, their real punishment in jail should begin as soon as they arrive.) "Kendoki can ruin your chances of staying in this country." That just about sums the fu$kers up, then, does'nt it?
.........animals would not treat their young like this sarnian- that is the sad thing. These people behave worse than animals. The "pastor" should be jailed (or merely deported) for inciting people, who must have been very ignorant to follow his lead, to harm people in this way. The fact that many communities keep to themselves and do not engage in the British way of life (and no I don't mean drinking and fighting etc) makes it harder for police and social workers to deal with problems before it is too late
 
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#7
Well, you can rest assured that they'll be needing more than their God when they go inside. They better have loads of 'spells' for the evil they are about to encounter when they take a shower. Even if they go on the numbers, they'll still be on the end of a bit of rough justice.

Happy days.
 

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