Carl Niehaus: 'Ramaphosa should get arrested, not me!'

2022-06-28 11:48:00 PM

President Cyril Ramaphosa should be getting arrested for his Phala Phala farm saga instead, Carl Niehaus rants on after his court victory.

Carl Niehaus: 'Ramaphosa should get arrested, not me!' President Cyril Ramaphosa should be getting arrested for his Phala Phala farm saga instead, Carl Niehaus rants on after his court victory.

President Cyril Ramaphosa should be getting arrested for his Phala Phala farm saga instead, Carl Niehaus rants on after his court victory.

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Carl Niehaus feels vindicated after court's dismissal of COVID caseNiehaus was arrested by the police in the KwaZulu-Natal town of Estcourt in July last year while he was being interviewed on live television. The judiciary is no longer captured, i guess. Only DavidSkosana4 is still left perpetuating that hogwash now. The selective prosecution of Mr Carl Niehaus was an injustice in itself Legitimising oom Carl amounts to treason

Carl Niehaus plans to sue the State, NPA for wrongful and malicious prosecutionCarl Niehaus instructed his lawyer Nthabiseng Mokoena to file a discharge application in terms of Section 174 of the criminal procedure act last month. next he'll probably say 'it's not about the money, it's about the principle'. (it's about the money.) Tw Carl's a joke of existence

Carl Niehaus to sue the state for humiliation | The CitizenNiehaus was arrested on live television after contravening the country's Covid-19 regulations last year - the case was dismissed. White Monopoly Capital Why would Carl sue the state for humiliation ? He should just ask & we'll all pitch in & help to humiliate him for free. 🤔 Although Carl is so good at humiliating himself. He actually doesn't need any help. Carl does a fine job of humiliating himself .

COVID-19 related charges against former MK Veterans spokesperson Carl Niehaus dismissed - SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader.ICYMI: The Estcourt Magistrate Court in Kwazulu-Natal has dismissed COVID19 related charges against former Umkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans’ Association spokesperson Carl Niehaus. I have missed this. Maybe media houses were at pains to report about it. 🤣. Well done to you and your legal team sir. 👏 niehaus_carl Oohh The courts are no more captured now..🤔🤔 Asbonge

Carl Niehaus feels vindicated after court's dismissal of COVID caseNiehaus was arrested by the police in the KwaZulu-Natal town of Estcourt in July last year while he was being interviewed on live television. The judiciary is no longer captured, i guess. Only DavidSkosana4 is still left perpetuating that hogwash now. The selective prosecution of Mr Carl Niehaus was an injustice in itself Legitimising oom Carl amounts to treason

Carl Niehaus to sue the state for humiliation | The CitizenNiehaus was arrested on live television after contravening the country's Covid-19 regulations last year - the case was dismissed. White Monopoly Capital Why would Carl sue the state for humiliation ? He should just ask & we'll all pitch in & help to humiliate him for free. 🤔 Although Carl is so good at humiliating himself. He actually doesn't need any help. Carl does a fine job of humiliating himself .

by .JOHANNESBURG - Suspended Umkhonto Wesizwe Military Veteran’s Association spokesperson Carl Niehaus said he feels vindicated after the Estcourt Magistrate’s Court dismissed the COVID-19 contravention case against him on Monday.JOHANNESBURG - Suspended Umkhonto weSizwe Military Veterans’ Association spokesperson Carl Niehaus said that he planned on suing the state for humiliating him outside the Estcourt Correctional Service Centre in July last year.Competitions COLUMNS ","category_class":"child-of-news","time_ago":"11 mins ago","premium":true,"gallery":false,"excerpt":"Attacks on chief justice must not be seen in isolation from the accusations that the highest court in the land is compromised.