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A noted human rights lawyer with an influential social media presence has, in recent days, taken to posting on Twitter images and facts relating to Auschwitz, with the comment: “This was a crime against humanity.”
Posted just days after the demise of FW de Klerk and renewed debate on social media platforms as to whether apartheid constituted a crime against humanity, it is hard not to assume these comments are anything other than this particular lawyer’s determination that apartheid does not so qualify...
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