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The Bully Posted On Facebook And Continued To Be A Bully, “I Fought Her, But I Didn’t Murder Her”

South Africans are angry and expect the bully, Darlene Candy, to be arrested for what she did to Lufuno. Unfortunately, the SAPS has not said anything, the Department of Education has not said anything and the principal of the school has not released any statement. Their silence is deafening!



The bully took to Facebook to taunt South Africans and Lufuno was more time. She posted a status on Facebook which read, “ I’m car you thought you knew everything. Yes, it is true. The final statement has been issued by Family, police and the school. Yes I did fight her, and I regret it but I didn’t murder her. No criminal charges, but a warning... Your problem is that you’re too quick to judge like you’re saints.”



After posting that status, she deactivated her Facebook account.

People were even angrier after that was posted, because she was still being a bully. She was down playing what she did to cause her to commit suicide.



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