White racists in South Africa call for release of Terre'Blanche

Cape Town- South Africa (PANA) -- South Africa's racist Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (AWB) has called for the release of jailed leader Eugene Terre'Blanche, who is serving a six-year term for a racial attack on a black man.
In a letter to Correctional Services minister Ben Skosana, the white supremacist movement said it was convinced Terre'Blanche was being discriminated against.
It said Terre'Blanche was not being treated the same as other high-profile prisoners such as Allan Boesak who served a short sentence after being convicted of fraud, and Andrew Babeile who was released from jail after serving a portion of his sentence for attempted murder.
"Treating Babeile different from Terre'Blanche clearly shows signs of preferential treatment towards certain prisoners and discrimination towards Boer Afrikaner prisoners," the AWB charged.

10 april 2003 11:35:00

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