A petition against the granting of bail to the murderer of Sarah Mwilima

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Rebbecca K. Mwilima-Rich started this petition to The Namibian law

1. The brutal murder of our beloved Sarah Mwilima, who was killed in cold blood on 28 January 2019, left the family and the country in utter shock and disbelief. the pain and anger is still fresh

2. To hear that the coldhearted, heartless Simasiku Simataa is applying to be released on bail on 06 March 2019, sucks the breath of life from the surviving spouse, children, siblings, parents, and the entire community.

3. We demand for justice to prevail and for Simasiku to be denied bail. To see him walking back into the community a free man, will be a gross and insensitive application of justice. The reason that he has advanced that led to the merciless killing of our beloved Sarah, can never, never justify the grusome murder.

4. Simasiku, left his home that morning with a pre-meditated intention to kill. He had planned it for a long period of time. The week before the murder, he had made threats of harm whose intention ended in the merciless killing of our beloved Sarah.

5. The fact that he is first offender should not be a mitigating factor to override the course of justice because the loss of a mother to her children , a wife to her husband, daughter to her father, sister to her siblings and member to her community is an agonizing pain of immense magnitude.

6. Simasiku had pre-meditated intention to kill. He took a gun, concealed it on himself, and drove more than 10 km to the murder scene. Arriving in his office which is on the 2nd floor, he climbed the stairs to the 8th floor where Sarah was and shot her in cold blood, three time.

7. This cannot be described in any other manner but a strong, unyielding intention to kill. The justice system should not overlook this fact. He is a danger to community and should not be granted bail.

8. We ask you to sign this petition against Simasiku's release back into the community as no one can guarantee his safety. Our target is 800 signatures 

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