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Stonebridge man admits killing ex-partner in her Cricklewood home

Tuesday, April 17, 2012
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Ezekial Foster pleads guilty to the manslaughter of Sashana Roberts but denies murder

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Ezekiel Foster admits manslaughter but denies murder
A jilted boyfriend has admitted killing his ex-partner by stabbing her with a kitchen knife after letting himself into her Cricklewood Home.

The Old Bailey heard Ezekiel Foster stabbed 24-year-old Sashana Roberts at least 11 times with a kitchen knife before leaving her for dead in her flat on Ivy Road, on September 12 last year.

Jurors were told the young mother’s body was found dumped in a bath with her two terrified daughters, aged just three and 11 months, cowering nearby.

Foster, 43, of Twybridge Way, Stonebridge, admits carrying out the savage killing but denies murder.

Sashana was found dead in her flat in Ivy Road, Cricklewood
The former deacon of the Harlesden Pentecostal Church claims he was suffering from a mental illness which affected his ability to control his actions.

Jamaican-born Foster is accused of murdering Ms Roberts, who he allegedly beat and repeatedly threatened to kill throughout their five-year relationship, after she refused to see him.

Days before he killed Ms Roberts, he allegedly ranted to a friend that she had the name of another man tattooed on the back of her hand, and later set her status on BlackBerry messenger as ‘I love you’.

Duncan Atkinson, prosecuting, said Foster had been an ‘aggressively controlling’ partner since he began the relationship with his victim in 2005.

Jurors heard Ms Roberts, also from Jamaica, had reported Foster, known as ‘Glen’, to the police on several occasions but retracted the complaints every time.

Mr Atkinson said: “When she made a voluntary choice to escape his abusive control for good, he reacted violently.

“He is possessive and controlling of those with whom he is in a relationship – when they cross him, or seek to leave him, he reacts with violence.”

Fingerprints from the handle of a blade, found hidden behind a cabinet in the bedroom, were shown to be Foster’s, along with a small amount of blood in the flat.

Describing the scene, Mr Atkinson said: “She had been stabbed to her head, face, trunk, back, legs and arms.

“Wounds had penetrated both lungs, her liver, and spleen.

“Some of the stab wounds had incised ribs – demonstrating that they had been inflicted with severe force.

“The distribution of the blood, and the patterns it had made, showed that Shashana Roberts had received multiple impacts in various locations within her small flat.’

Following her death, Foster allegedly burst into tears as he rung up his daughter, saying: “I’ve done the biggest thing, the biggest mistake of my life – that Shana’s dead.’

“I killed her.”

He was arrested three days later after detectives tracked him down to a flat in southeast London.

Foster denies murder but admits manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility.

The trial continues.


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Dead or alive, Mugabe is now useless – ZANU-PF
By Mathula Lusinga

Published: April 25, 2012


ZANU-PF high echelons have finally accepted that Mugabe is now part of their history rather than their present as the man is apparently struggling to cope with the day-to-day demands of both ruling the country and leading ZANU-PF as a party. This reality-check seems to have been kicked off by the recent rumours of Mugabe’s Easter holiday illness. Senior ZANU-PF sources are worried that Mugabe, who was publicly seen struggling to deliver his 18 April speech, cannot deliver promises that he is making in his campaign for the next elections. They point out that froth was coming out of his mouth during the speech and he continuously had to use tissue paper to wipe away saliva. They all agree he needs rest but no one has the guts to tell him to quit. This is evidenced by the

“used tissue paper to wipe away saliva”
said two successors, Emerson Mnangagwa and Joyce Mujuru, who both recently denied any interest in replacing the ailing Mugabe. However, what is visible among ZANU-PF big shots is the urgency to loot the country’s mineral resources. Sources are saying ZANU-PF is set to benefit whether Mugabe remains or dies in power.

Where does the loot go?

Nobody seems to know where the benefits from the country’s resources are being taken. Evidence suggests the Ministry of Finance is not receiving enough mineral proceeds, suggesting only a few are benefiting. This is the case regardless of the Finance Minister’s recent calls to the West to uplift targeted sanctions which affect, amongst others, Mbada Diamonds Resources which is apparently used by senior ZANU-PF and Military personnel for personal benefit. Online newspapers recently reported that either Mugabe or his former pilot, Andy Mhlanga, who is also the current chairman of Mbada Resources, are developing a multimillion property in Durban’s most upmarket area (South Africa). Estimated between R200 to R300 million, the property apparently boasts of a house, two man-made dams, an underground bunker, bullet-proof windows and a helipad. If these reports are true, this property will be one of the many properties that Zimbabweans suspect is being paid for by money from corrupt dealings. Corruption is one of the biggest threats to Zimbabwean society and it is a major motivation for people who want a change of politics in the country. Also, the property in Durban validates rumours that the South African government is allowing ZANU-PF big shots to hide Zimbabwe’s loot in their country. For the past decade there have been calls to the RSA government to stop ZANU-PF members from using their country as a haven to hide Zimbabwe’s stolen riches. However, South Africa has not imposed economic sanctions on Zimbabwean politicians and thus for them, whether or not corruption is suspected to have played a part in monies that are brought into the country by Zimbabweans, they are just dealing with an “investor”. In a nutshell, Zimbabweans need to find out more information about activities of corrupt government officials and individuals. A future new government should then create an asset forfeiture unit which will ensure money obtained through corruption returns to the country to help rebuild our economy.

Powerless MDCs?

The MDCs combined have a majority of MPs in Parliament but somehow ZANU-PF still seems to be unstoppable. The looting of resources in Marange continues unchallenged and recently the PM declared himself satisfied with operations in that area even though we all know there is no transparency. Violence remains a major threat to communities and up to now several key electoral reforms have not been met as ZANU-PF continues to resist attempts to level the political playing field. While we recognise and appreciate the progress made in some areas by the GNU, it remains worrying that if the key reforms are not met the country risks sliding back to the pre-2008 elections environment.

ZANU-PF in a fix

We should be heartened, however, by the widespread panic and confusion with in ZANU-PF as they struggle with how to handle the issue of succession after Mugabe. Recent indications suggest a bitter fight between rivals. This situation is supposedly worsened by the military’s inability to command the majority of the force to participate in the ZANU-PF succession wars. Sources say the military will find it difficult to flex its muscles in Zimbabwe’s politics should Mugabe go because there are less that 100 senior officers who subscribe to ZANU-PF’s way of doing things. The rest of the army is apparently more interested in their personal struggles to make ends meet due to low salaries and certainly not interested in being used as party machinery. So what will happen if Mugabe goes? This question should not be left to ZANU-PF alone and it is high time everyone has a say!

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Man Beaten to Death by Wife, Children and Native Doctor – Wife Runs away with Native Doctor Lover0 Comments
By admin
Posted on 13 Apr 2012 at 11:22am

Tragedy struck in Ikpamodo Village, Enugu-Ezike in Igbo-Eze North Local Government Area of Enugu State last weekend when a housewife, (names withheld), her three children and the woman’s boyfriend, allegedly beat the husband to death.

The deceased was a popular bicycle repairer in the town. He was a Catholic.

His offence: The late bicycle repairer was accused by his widow of disturbing her with his early morning prayers. The widow is a native doctor.

A family source told us that the woman, had allegedly been tormenting her husband and even built her own house, demarcating her husband’s compound with a big fence.

On the day, the man was murdered, she was said to have told her husband that she was not comfortable with the manner in which he had been disturbing her charms by saying long prayers every morning. But the husband, a devout Roman Catholic, told her that he had never supported her practice as a native doctor.

A serious argument ensued between them which led to physical attack. Another man, said to be her boyfriend, who is also a native doctor, was alleged to have joined her in attacking the deceased. The man’s children rushed to the scene and instead of separating their parents, allegedly assisted in beating their father with sticks and logs of wood.

The man slumped and died. Sensing that her husband had died, the widow, her children as well as her “external husband” took to their heels, abandoning the man’s body..

Neighbours and villagers arrived the scene. They took the body to the Ogrute General Hospital, but the doctor confirmed him dead. His body was later deposited at the hospital’s mortuary. The matter was reported at Ogrute police station. The suspects were promptly detained before being transferred to the state Criminal Investigation Department (CID), Enugu. There was tension in the community.

The youths organized themselves and set the six-room apartment of the widow ablaze.

One of the irate youths who spoke to our reporter, but did not want to be named, said: “This is an abomination in our community. Nobody has ever committed such sacrilege. That is the reason we decided to take the law into our own hands and burn her building to serve as a deterrent to any other person who may try such evil act again”

When our reporter visited Ikpamodo community yesterday, the man had been buried even as normalcy is gradually returning there.

The Divisional Police Officer (DPO) for Ogrute Division, Buulus Maaji, was not available for comments when our reporter visited the station. The Police Public Relations Officer, state command, Ebere Amaraizu, said on phone that he was yet to be officially briefed on the incident.


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