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29 March, 2018, 01:25 | Author: Priscilla Morrison
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The hashtag Vicky Momberg is now trending on Twitter, with numerous platform's users welcoming the sentencing, which will see Momberg spend two years behind bars.

She will remain in jail until her application for leave to appeal will be heard next Wednesday.

At a previous sitting, prosecutor Yusuf Baba told the court that Momberg's was the worst crimen injuria case the courts had dealt with.

The Kitsap Sun reports 30-year-old Jeremy Fenney was sentenced Monday after a jury convicted him last month of 44 separate charges.

"We must do everything we can to protect our seniors from these heartless and devastating crimes", said Brnovich said in a statement.

"People need to watch their tongues before they talk".




"This is the first time in the history of our courts that the person seeking assistance‚ instead of seeking assistance‚ becomes abusive to everybody". "Harsher sentences needed to be given because there were racial incidents on a daily basis".

As Magistrate Pravina Raghoonandan finished delivering her sentence‚ Momberg was escorted to the holding cells.

"It's crucial for us to respect one another.peoold should not be ashamed about bringing forward racial matters", Mjonodwane said.

Momberg was found guilty on four counts of crimen injuria.

In June 2017, the Equality Court awarded damages of R100 000 to Constable Clement Mkhondo for the verbal abuse he suffered from Momberg, who was a realtor at the time. Lawlor added that Momberg was caught in an "emotional storm" due to the smash-and-grab incident and that she was not in a normal state of mind during the video clip.

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