FEMINIST TERROR GROUP IN OSCAR DEATH THREAT
Fury at early release
AN extremist lesbian feminist group has pledged to bump off disgraced Paralympian sprinter Oscar Pistorius – now that the convicted killer has been released early and put under house arrest.
The former sporting hero, known as the Blade Runner, was jailed for five years in October last year for the killing of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. He had shot her at the home they shared on Valentine’s Day 2013, saying he had mistaken her for an intruder. Pistorius is now under house arrest at his uncle Arnold’s luxury home in an upmarket suburb of Pretoria. “Oscar is here, and Oscar is at home with the family,” spokeswoman Anneliese Burgess said. “The family is happy that Oscar is at home.”
But there has been criticism of the move and the leniency with which Pistorius has been treated.
Now a bounty of £25,000 has been put up by the ultra-violent lesbian anarchists group Women Against Men, which boasts a global membership.
It has said it will mete out its own brand of justice if this proves to be the first step in releasing Pistorius fully before he has served his full sentence.
A spokesperson for the group, which claims to be responsible for a string of attacks on male sex attackers and killers of female victims who are released from prison, said: “Pistorius will pay for what he did.
“We will see to that. Our brand of justice does not tolerate murdering women.
“It seems the justice system does not put much value on our sister Reeva’s life. It is worth just a year in prison because the man who killed her is a famous sporting hero.
“Well, we will see her life is given its true value. A life for a life – that is how we will get vengeance for Reeva.
“Pistorius must pay the full price – just as Reeva had to at his hands.”
A Johannesburg police spokesman said: “We will not tolerate individuals or groups taking the law into their own hands. We will be investigating these threats and will come down heavily on the people who are making them.
“Oscar Pistorius has been through the justice system and is serving out his sentence as dictated by the courts. That is the right way.”
A South Africa prisons service spokesman said: “Oscar Pistorius has not been released from prison, he has been moved to house arrest – which means he is still serving his sentence under lock and key.
Just in more familiar surroundings.”
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