You are correct, of course:
Neville wrote:I suspect fear of the South African Government and their Police bosses may be the issue, how secure is the internet, not very. Is Scotland any better? How much you and I take our freedom to comment for granted.
And yet, even in the worst of countries, there are people whose ethics and integrity lead them to stand up to despots and speak out. Countries in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Arabia -- we read every day in the headlines of the imprisonment, torture, and death of people who dared challange the authorities in police states.
Since I typed that additional note to my post this morning, the views are thus:
"Evidence . . ." -- 135 views
"Problems . . ." -- 6 views
"IAI . . . " -- 4 views
"Open . . ." -- 2 views
"Shirley . . ." -- 6 views
"What . . ." -- 5 views
Amazing, isn't it? Is Inge Lotz's murderer among the views, I wonder? Are there any among that number who know the murderer's identity? Are there any who, deep down, want to tell, but are afraid of the consequences?
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