Where’s the evidence for ‘mutiny’
IN response to “‘Tortured’ colonel bleeds in court” ( Lesotho Times, June 19 2015), the rule of law should not be applied discriminately. I do not understand why the High Court seems to view these people merely as soldiers and not as citizens of Lesotho.
The fact is no one should be in custody for more than 24hrs without being charged. This right should apply across the board, irrespective of where you work. As to why the judges of the High Court make an exception to these soldiers, I have no idea. That is my humble observation.
PRIME Minister Pakalitha Mosisili is failing Basotho. Until now, there has been no evidence put forward of this so-called mutiny plot.
It seems these soldiers are paying the price for not supporting the raids of 31 August 2014. May God protect these poor soldiers and all accused.
PRIME Minister Pakalitha Mosisili.