Watch: Police officers came under attack and fired warning shots while trying to arrest a suspect.
By Thee_Hub | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 9 views
Police officers came under attack and fired warning shots in the Mitchell’s Plain CBD, Cape Town, while trying to arrest a suspect. People are always complaining about police visibility not being practiced in their communities but now when they do their job the same attack them, and it’s funny because they are protecting criminals who steal and terrorize them.
They are always lodging complaints to the minister about crime but when police do their work and want to arrest suspects they protect the criminals, so who is to blame now if police just ignore calls about any crime done in that place. Imagine now the police look as if they are brutal by shooting in the air and warning them but that is not even the case, some people really do not think for themselves. Crime will never end if we as communities continue to protect criminals, crime is crime...no matter how small it seems.
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