Anorak | Shrien Dewani: The Gay Monkey And Anti-British Bias In South Africa

Shrien Dewani: The Gay Monkey And Anti-British Bias In South Africa

by | 10th, December 2010

SHRIEN Dewani : Anorak’s at-a-glance look at the murder of Anni Dewani in the news the monkey, the police decide he’s guilty, and the gay theory…

In the high court, Mr Justice Ouseley has granted the Bristol man bail. He maintains his innocence.

South African cabbie Zola Tongo says he was paid by Mr Dewani to organise the kidnap and murder of Anni Dewani. Mr Tongo made his claim after he was offered a reduced sentence in exchange for infotmioan.

Monde Mbolombo, Mziwamadoda Qwabe and Xolile Mngeni are the other three suspcts.

The CCTV Footage:

Did the security cameras at the Cape Grace Hotel capture an incriminating transaction?

Sky News reporter Alistair Bunkall said: “The most interesting piece of evidence was footage apparently taken three days after Mrs Dewani’s death, seeming to show the husband handing over a white package to the driver.”

The Gay Theory:

According to The Sun, a South African detective involved in the case said: “We are looking closely at suggestions that all was not well within the marriage and that Shrien Dewani’s sexuality was a factor.

“They appear to have had different views about starting a family.”

The Pink Paper delivers this headline:

Husband of mudered bride faces sexuality speculation [sic]

On second thoughts “Mudered” might not be typo if applied to Shrien Dewani’s sexuality speculation.

The Ambiguous Cleric:

Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town Thabo Makgoba said on Friday he was “shocked and stunned” by media reports about the Anni Dewani murder.

“What is clear is that a young woman met a brutal death at what should have been the happiest time of her life…Though we do not know the full facts, the speculation around the role of Anni Dewani’s husband can only appal us.”

Is he stunned by the speculation passed

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