"For a young white liberal bitch like she obviosly was,it was sheer suicide to enter Gugeleto,even if she was being accompanied by her "comrades".Blacks in a crowd are like animals following a frenzied leader.One word was enough to kill her.But being a white superior AMERICAN know it all moron,she must have thought otherwise!!!!!!
Date: Mon, 10 Aug 98 13:26:27 GMT      Dear Lafras,
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In response to your Amy Biehl article:
I have lived in South Africa all my life of wich the forming years were in the early nineteen seventies when Apartheid was at it's peak.
Having witnessed many violent acts the papers would kill to put on their pages,I am sure I am of authority to comment on dear Amy's fate.
For a young white liberal bitch like she obviosly was,it was sheer suicide to enter Gugeleto,even if she was being accompanied by her "comrades".Blacks in a crowd are like animals following a frenzied leader.One word was enough to kill her.But being a white superior AMERICAN know it all moron,she must have thought otherwise!!!!!!
Her parents' comments after the TRC trial "we forgive you ,it was in the name of the struggle we hope you have a bright future" makes me want to vomit , how in the name of God can any parent forgive those who murdered a child so barbarically.Fuck all you white liberal idiots!
How is life treating you?="You come live in South Africa!!"
Findout="I was looking for you"
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The chances of my living in South Africa are about as good as my moving to Compton here in the United States: nil. But I do not begrudge Amy her adult decision to live and work in South Africa. She knew it was dangerous; she paid the price. Neither do I begrudge her parents their charitable act of forgiveness as a way of honoring Amy's life and finding meaning in her death - even as you would have noticed in my article I did not excuse her brutal murder in the "name of the struggle", as you claim her parents do. I am sure there hung much simple blood lust in the air when they killed her.
But perhaps South Africa does need more "know-it-all morons" like Amy, so that the spirit of hatred and cynicism evidenced in your e-mail might thereby finds its catharsis and eventual dissipation. Amy made her statement with her life and then death; now so have you in this e-mail, which I have posted to the Web. Let the future of South Africa judge between them. Young South Africans today are not growing up "when Apartheid was at its peak" in the 1970s but in a different country in the late 1990s with Nelson Mandela as president and a better future to construct. This is reason for hope to them and me - if not for you.