An ANC suspended part Carl Niehaus is guaranteeing that the law is being mishandled. He was back in the Estcourt Magistrate's Court on Thursday, coming up against indictments for defying lockdown norms.
Niehaus was captured in July 2021, subsequent to revitalizing allies outside the Estcourt jail where previous president Jacob Zuma was detained. He guaranteed that the main explanation he was being charged is a direct result of his help to Zuma.
His appearance is regarding a repudiation of the debacle the board act, connecting with an occurrence outside Estcourt jail in 2021.
Niehaus was captured by vigorously furnished cops positioned external the Estcourt jail while he was occupied with doing a live meeting on his #FreeJacobZuma crusade.
He was taken to a police headquarters in Estcourt where he was charged under the Disaster Management Act for supposedly assembling a social occasion of roughly 100 individuals outside the Estcourt jail.
Niehaus has, in any case, contended that his capture was absolutely political.
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