Mido Macia: A taxi driver originally from Mozambique, who was dragged to his death in August 2013. Nine police officers were charged with his murder. Mido Macia was handcuffed to the back of a police van and dragged behind the vehicle. Despite sustaining multiple, severe injuries, he was thrown into a police cell. Even though there was a clinic directly opposite the police station, he never received any medical attention and succumbed to his injuries in the cell the same day. All the officers involved are, as of today, still free men. The trial continues.
This topic focuses on injustices committed by those whose obligation it is, to uphold the law; dedicated from time to time to one particular incident which the author feels compelled to highlight.
A judge has sentenced eight South African policemen to 15 years in prison for the murder of a Mozambican taxi driver. Mido Macia was killed in 2013 when officers tied him to the back of a police van by his arms before driving off.
South African judge jails eight police for Mido Macia's 'barbaric' murder Wikinews A judge in Pretoria, South Africa yesterday sentenced eight police officers to fifteen years' imprisonment each for the 2013 murder of Mido Macia.
Macia Trial to Inspect Van AllAfrica.com The High Court will next week hold an inspection of a police van similar to the one used to drag Mozambican taxi driver Mido Macia through the Daveyton streets hours before his death.
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