Rights Body Condemns Shoplifters Painting

12718383_852480344898583_8004848198982790663_nThe Human Rights Commission (HRC) has condemned and described as torture and inhuman the splashing of wall paint on two women suspected of shoplifting at Jet Stores at the Presidential Housing Initiative (PHI) shopping mall in Lusaka.10329246_882533381855613_2615723407604540867_n
HRC chief of information, education and training Mweelwa Muleya said the act by Jet Stores was cruel and degrading to the two females of Lusaka’s Mtendere township aged 19 and 21.
Mr Muleya, in a statement yesterday, said the commission will summon both Jet Stores management and the two victims for further investigations and action

4 Responses to "Rights Body Condemns Shoplifters Painting"

  1. exposure draft   March 27, 2016 at 10:38 am

    look. the simple end to this is as follows. The people that committed crimes should be charged for the crimes, tried in appropriate courts at which evidence should be adduced and examined by those competent to do so. THe guards and the girls should all face the appropriate legal rewards for their actions. Jail the girls for petty larcency (if the evidence still exists), jail the guards for assault if the evidence exists and the girls should sue Jet for damages. Simple!! the girls will get paid and come from jail with grudas.

  2. biggy mule   March 29, 2016 at 6:49 am

    Kikikikikiki

  3. jayjay   April 1, 2016 at 10:13 am

    teti baba seche mufinyo. fyalibola nemititi yabu pompwe.

  4. Tombanoko   April 3, 2016 at 4:58 pm

    Iwe Malonda Ngawabatombelemofye Rather Than Paintin Them.