18, 19 and 20 June 2019 will be a watershed case, which will determine whether there is any place left in the South African courts for the constitution and international covenants. It will show whether revenge on and oppression of the Boer people pertains such a priority in South Africa that it negates all justice.
The Pretorius family, which is connected to the Boeremag case, is to launch an application on 18 June 2019 in the High Court of Pretoria, challenging the lawfulness of their incarceration and ask for permanent release, alternatively temporary release pending their complaint filed at the United Nations’ Committee for Human Rights. They were arrested in 2002 and sentenced in October 2013 between 30 and 35 years imprisonment for high treason.
On 5 June 2018 the father, Dr. Lets Pretorius, filed a complaint through Prof. Hercules Booysen, an internationally respected expert on international law, at the office of the United Nation’s Human