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The man who said he was “tired of being lied to and ignored” was among the hundreds of people across South Africa who are angry about the police’s handling of the murder of a 17-year-old boy and his 19-year-old brother over the weekend.
Munoz has been detained at a police station. He is among a range of politicians, police officials and police supporters who have taken part in vigils, protests and calls for his detention and trial. The latest came on Tuesday after a court ruled his police officers and the National Prosecuting Authority had acted unlawfully.
The three African youths, and an unrelated man who was not harmed, were killed on Sunday night when two officers fired on them as they were trying to flee a robbery in the city of Blantyre. Police say a stolen man was shot and killed by a member of a special task force after they tried to detain him.
In a phone call to Al Jazeera news last Friday, Munoz said that after meeting the president of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, he would be calling for a meeting of all South African presidents to form a task force to address the issue.
In a statement on Monday the president of ZANU-PF, the ruling party in Zimbabwe, announced that the government would appoint a special task force within two months to investigate police conduct. The head of the police union, Colonel Ndabona Ndabu, said on national television this month that he had asked for an investigation of the killing and would not tolerate any attempt to discredit the police force.
“There is no place for the abuse of police by political and vested interests and the government will not rest until the perpetrators of this heinous crime are detained and accountable,” Hlaudi Motsoeneng, the president, said.
Police officials in South Africa say they’re still examining what they will do about the killing.
At protests, thousands of people
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