Stella Dimoko Korkus.com: Twitter User Shares Story To Support Jungle Justice.

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Thursday, 17 November 2016

Twitter User Shares Story To Support Jungle Justice.

I read through this really slowly and assimilated all what this handle had to say...


















I really felt bad reading this and afterwards,i googled Jungle justice and the photos are horrible....

my stand remains the same on it...It is a NO!..I do not support Jungle Justice and I never will...



85 comments:

Loveme Jeje said...

If i had a gun when i carried a colleague, the day they broke my window last year in Ijora, i would have shot the idiot. Up till now, i am still using my eyes to scan for that idiotic tall and black fool. Anyday i will see him, i will jam him badly.

I dont support jungle justice but at times, it is better when they are caught at it.

These thieves dont pity people at all but they want pity. Odiro possible now.

Falcon said...

Speechless

PurpleArc said...

Oh Stella *sobbing* Stella my generator repair man,his son was kidnapped yesterday and his eyes were plucked out.

Stella..he was sleeping with his mother in the shop,he woke up first and went outside..

His mother woke up later on and started asking neighbours if they saw the boy.

He was found later dead,with his eyes plucked out.

Stella,i know this man,i saw him yesterday.

I can't comprehend,i just can't.i am chatting this to ease myself of the incessant tears..i have to stop crying,my head aches.

What will this woman say.

God please,please have mercy.for we have sinned and your wrath is upon us.

Pls remember your son,remember His Precious Blood and have mercy.

Omah Cindy said...

"It is easier to sympathise when you have never been a victim". My friend told me this in 2011 in front of Enugu State high court. I was about giving one of the prisoners money. He had sores and looked sick. He asked me for money. I asked my colleague because I didn't have my bag with me. That quote was what she said to me. She went ahead to narrate her family's ordeal in the hands of hoodlums. She asked me if I have ever encountered them. I said no. She now made that statement and went away.

miss Aboki the great said...

I really dont know what to say mheeen

nnuku Sexy pant-like boxers. 08170506432 Order now said...

The day a thief grabbed my phone
I didn't even shout I jus watched him run away.
In my mind, I was like, if I shout them carry fuel begin burn am now, how will I sleep at night? Knowing that a life was taken for the sake of my phone. It was last year December, I just kept watching him as he ran away. Funny enough the phone screen was just a Lil cracked

NIRVANA said...

I won't judge him. Like he said if you haven't been a victim you won't know how it hurts. Pain and vengeance has a way of twisting people's minds. My brother's friend was also a victim at that same Alafia bus stop, thank God he wasn't stabbed but he was injured. How can thieves go about stabbing people just to rob them of their phones? The real problem is that we have a dead judicial system. The police are doing little to help, so people have decided to take the laws into their hands but at the end of the day, the fact still remains that taking another's life cannot bring back the dead. I pray that the peace of God will heal the hearts of all those involved.

JayEm "Agrodolce"...the Nigerian-Italian-Australian experience. said...

If it's justified like this case above, then I support jungle justice.

A man who takes the life of another does not deserve to live. My opinion.

Dera Glory said...

I understand this guys pain and one can never fully understand until we become victims..
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Only if d police knew their jobs well then there won't be such thing as jungle justice..mtcheew.

DonMayor said...

Very sad story. You have to wear some people's shoe to know how they are feeling.
I have been robbed at gunpoint like four times, one bursted my forehead with a gun butt,marched me out of bed 2am. I was traumatized for months.


I will join mob to lynch an armed robber, that's for sure but not hungry thief stealing garri in the market.

Suoebi(Niger delta finest) said...

Jungle justice is very horrible ooo,but their are some cases that u cannot help but say it serves them right. for example,an old woman was robbed and raped at her home in rivers state,the lady was I a horrible state,the culprit was found by the vigilante in the area,he was beaten and injected with sniper before the police arrived,I didn't feel pity for him for any reason infact I wished they used machine saw to chop off his body slowly in other to send a message across to his fellow criminals.

ify onyekwelu said...

Ooooooooo Lord!
This is very emotional for me.
My heart goes out to the parents especially the mom who had to watch her son....helplessly and no help in sight.
Ooooooogosh, I know she will forever be hunted by that image.
I don't encourage jungle justice, but common, at times one has to take a decision even if harsh to make a statement to put a stop to horrible happenings.

ify onyekwelu said...

Ooooooooo Lord!
This is very emotional for me.
My heart goes out to the parents especially the mom who had to watch her son....helplessly and no help in sight.
Ooooooogosh, I know she will forever be hunted by that image.
I don't encourage jungle justice, but common, at times one has to take a decision even if harsh to make a statement to put a stop to horrible happenings.

Fab Mum said...

When it has to do with an unrepentant thief, I support it fully. And the story is he stabbed the lady he took the phone from before he was caught. .. So please why should he be alive? Jungle justice should be melted out to thieves and rapist. Don't let the police handle it. They go to jail and come out more hardened.

Sorry for the loss of your brother..

Fab Mum said...

Imagine this. And someone will say when the bastard that did this is caught, she shouldn't be burnt to ashes.

Sorry dear.. I can't even imagine the pain that family is going to..


I stand for jungle justice for thieves, kidnappers and rapist..

ify onyekwelu said...

Oooooolord!
You don't say!!
Lord have mercy, and if the perpetrators are got and lynched..... oooooo Lord have mercy.
Plucked out his eyes! Haai! Horrible. May he rest in peace, Amen.

Anonymous said...

But what if God forbid you were stabbed some where before the phone was taken from you, would you still have same thought.. Some of these thieves don't even drag the phone from you. They stab you for behind before taking. That guy that was burnt yesterday stabbed the lady he took the phone from before he was caught. Same way thru stabbed this guy's brother before taking the phone

Villager said...

Hmm

P- FLAV said...

Very heart wrenching story.Jungle justice is still wrong nontheless.may we continue to be under God's protective care..amen

ThatYorubaChic#wifenotcook said...

Chimo! So sad




may God give the family the fortitude to bear the loss

One trillion said...

End time story

I am the queen and the boss of this blog said...

Jezzz!...
This is painful!...And when the fool that did this is being caught and lynched,some People will start crying foul...
Mtcheeww...
May God comfort the family...

Pipi Lee said...

This Jungle justice issue is very controversial, some times I tend to support it, other times, i'm against it, I still picture the faces of Aluu4 time after time, I've been haunted and traumatised by that horrible video.
I've had a secondary experience with a criminal who was killed 2 days after, was at my former work place(hospital) somewhere in Eleme, this guy came in (his name is sunny, an Ngwa boy, but born and bred in eleme), his dad was hit by a vehicle, the driver of d vehicle brought him to d hospital, paid his bills upfront, he was getting better, then he died sadly, so his kids have been asking who hit him since the day he was brought in, the hospital mgt told the mum and the only sane brother, they hid it from the insane ones, that fateful Monday morning the man died, the nurses were jittery, they've had encounters with this boy and his gang especially during the election, he was shot, he held a doctor at gunpoint an demanded he operated him asap, he comes in destroys everywhere, you get him arrested, but he's back to d street d next day, he runs that side of the street with his boys (14 yrs and above) all carrying local pistols,they've raped, killed, maimed, stolen, done all sorts... the nurses and Eleme inhabitants were saying his stories and asking that the mgt call security or better still lock up and run away.
This guy now came in, went to the ward didn't see his father, his mum ran in after him, telling him let's go home, you need to see the way he flung this woman, she landed several feets away and fainted, some other Eleme people were trying to talk to him, this guy took out a packet of tramadol and put 6 TABS in his mouth, JESUS!!!! Then he now said "una say make I go, ok! I dey go", people were now saying, let everybody leave this place o, this boy is coming back with his gang, the Mgt just said lock up the gates, we are trying to reach security, before you would say Jack, see gunshots, dunno how the gates flung open see small small boys shooting up and down, see everybody scampering for safety, nurses have discarded their whites since 1960, I found myself in the generator room, there's a smaller room in there, so I locked myself in there with a colleague , my heart was beating sporadically, was just crying, I want to go home. The guy was breaking doors looking for doctors or nurses, then we heard the sound of sirens, they fled. Sanity was restored, but he promised to come back.
I didn't go to work the next day and d day after, was at home 2 days after the incident, got a call from a colleague, she was like "Sunny is dead, sunny is dead", I was like what happened, she said jungle justice, someone that was arrested that day, he came out the same evening, went out to rob the next day, slashed someone's face in d process, vigilantes caught him, refused to hand him over to his patrons as usual but decided to end it for him (God hardened their hearts). I was just so excited, I can now resume work.

Now, this is just a secondary experience, think about those ones who have been held at gunpoint shot at, maimed, blinded, raped, killed, how would they feel when they hear this.



Monkeynofine said...

Stella I am not going to go under anon to say this. I have a cousin who deserve jungle justice cos he ve over rubbish our name. right from d very age of 5 we start noticing his rudeness , from thief to raping , fighting snatching of bags. There's no week he doesn't spend 5 days out of 7 in cell.dis guy lost his dad and mum same month dew to hbp. Everybody in the family are afraid of him. There was one time he push someone from 3 storey building because he want to steal just phone, note that there's no

Swoosh said...

Hmmmmm...

I am the queen and the boss of this blog said...

Gbam!...

Anonymous said...

Hmmmmm... Very pathetic

I am the queen and the boss of this blog said...

Me I support jungle justice!...

Ammie said...

I wouldn't want to say the thief deserved to die but they've been killing people because of ordinary phone
Who would u take a life because of ordinary phone ?
What's the work of the NPF sef?
The other day they had to extort money from my sis and i on that orile bridge that the route was one way
Why won't they position themselves at alafia bus stop?
Nigeria is a sick country mehn!



Anonymous said...

My dear, pray nonsense like this does not happen to u

Pipi Lee said...

If we had a reliable criminal justice system, our sanity, lives and properties will not be lost. Some thugs have been set free because of the services they render to dubious politicians who must have their way either by hook or by crook. Advocating for a zero jungle justice, does not in any way suggest taking sides with obvious criminals but simply preaching the gospel of respecting all lives no matter whose it is- sinners or saints. Treating defaulters the same way they treat people makes no difference and no impact, it only sends a wrong message. It will be assumed that we are all the same but the only difference is that the table just turned. With jungle justice, there is barely a chance to save that life through transformation...yinmu.

Anonymous said...

Gbam

Anonymous said...

I tell u

Anonymous said...

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EEA said...

words fail me....but stilll Jungle justice is a NO NO for me

EEA said...

words fail me....but stilll Jungle justice is a NO NO for me

Brown Sucre said...

Oh,i feel for his family,its not easy to lose a young family member,its so hard to feel the same again.

Ideato/ilaje blood said...

They should burn all those thieves alive. As long as they are confirmed guilty

Ideato/ilaje blood said...

Must your property have Coma? That crack talk wasn't necessary.

Was it intended to seek pity?

Amarachi Agamegwa said...

I really feel bad for this family but i do not support jungle justice. Unfortunately we live in a deranged society. everyone is selfish and cares less about the effect of his actions as long he and his are fine. From the president to the mad man roaming the street. thats why we keep adjusting to whatever bu..sh.. the goverment make as rule. as long as you can cope and survive you are fine what about the widow that does not have a job, how does she feed and survive no one cares. Its time we stand up and demand answers and save ourselves be our brothers keepers. #amtired.

Monkeynofine said...

I mistakenly post my first comment before posting.

There's no spiritual church we've not taking him to , native doctor we Don do, no level. ... He told my eldest Bro that he will kill him by gun soon ,my Bro gat no choice than to flee Nigeria for the past 7years ... my uncle who visit from America left because of wat he made him pass through and promise never to come back to naiJa again ... This is d guy they put under 50k salary every month without working ooooo but now no one allow him in he's now a street boy..... We heard he rape a 9 years old and use bread to block her pussy from bleeding till the mum find out and got him arrested, he's currently cooling off in cell now.NOTE his dad was a police and mum a lawyer EMMA is one cutie you we ever dream off.

Suoebi(Niger delta finest) said...

God punish his killers no in fact Satan punish his killers not everybody walking on 2 feet are human beings some are demons, pigs, faggot'sthat don't deserve sympathy tueh

Muna said...

I can't imagine the pain his family had to go through. I read on imagining the whole incident play out in my head. But, still I don't support jungle justice. U burning the thieves make u the same as them. U both become murderes,with reason or not, killing has occurred.

Pipi Lee said...

Oh my gawd...

Anonymous said...

I stepped out of my house to go get airtime and on my way back was jumped by 2 guys, stabbed and robbed. I was already close to the house, so I walked in whilst bleeding profusely and passed out.I was told it was my sister's boyfriend who took me to the hospital.

Here's the thing, if I wasn't close to the house I would have bled to death. Lord knows, I would not lynch anyone but I would feel nothing short of utter satisfaction if the animal who stabbed me suffered a fate like that.

la effizy said...

Jesus!!!

la effizy said...

True that!!!

Anonymous said...

I am sure we all on this platform understand what murder is and what God says about murder. I was rapped not by one but many, I took the laws into my hands to have them beaten before ppl interfered and had them taken to the station. Did I feel good about beating them up? NO. Did the pain go away? NO. Did I feel better after they apologized and I forgave? YES. To err is human, to forgive is divine.
For those victims, jungle justice won't bring the dead back neither will it kill the pain. Forgiveness and the law will.
Murder is a worse stigma that AIDS.

Kim Kardashian Aka portable queen of sdk blog said...

Nothing justifies jungle justice full stop

Kim Kardashian Aka portable queen of sdk blog said...

OMG!!!!!
What is really going on in this world.
Rip to the boy n may his killers die a miserable death

Anonymous said...

Jungle justice, hmmmmmm in do not support but then pray never to be in victim, thief na thief o, small or big.

Police are doing little to assist, our judicial system nko? ( Dead ) so the masses has decided to take lows into their hands

Munch Mee party foods and small chops. 08033833239,08189706279. said...

I support jungle justice if its not an innocent victim. Thieves are ruthless and wicked

FLUX said...

Ive said it earlier, if uve not been affected by these hoodlums one way or the other then u cannot understand what drove those people to act the way they did.

If the police do their job well,there would be nothing like jungle justice

Blackberry said...

If I had my way, I would legalise jungle justice for every armed robber dat takes a life. If u catch him, burn him!

Dewdrop said...

Regardless jungle justice is a no no for me. In 2013 I was on my way back from the airport. I parked there cos my trip to dubia was just for 5days in total. I got to the traffic on mile 2 bridge when I heard boom before I could recover I realised my glass on the drivers side and back seat have been smashed. I watched them take my hand bag containing my passport, iPhone, apple tab and my laptop and my Nikon camera I just got the day before dutyfree.they also took along with them a small luggage I had containing the main reason I went for that trip. After the deed people came down and told me sorry. I didn't move. I was transfixed I didn't utter a word. When the traffic moved I drove off shaking for the first time in my life a gun was pointed at me while two other guys robbed me. I drove all the way to my friends house and I didn't start weeping until I got there. The security guy came to see what happened to my car and saw me all bloody my friends heard him and came out. I was taken to the hospital and I had to pay a huge debt to the customers that paid ahead for their gold plus I lost all my life savings. If those guys were caught on that day I would have handed them over to the police I won't have allowed them to be killed just like that. There are things that makes us human. We shouldn't lose it.

Idiake Happiness said...

@HARRISON, You are so on point,
those thieves at alafia bus stop, they are so heart less, that they can even kill because of nokia 3310, they stabbed and stole my phone at that same alafia bus stop last three month, around 8pm, dnt know what would have happened to me, if one guy didnt not rescued me that night.

Judith.M said...

This is very difficult
On one hand i sympathize with the victims of the attack on the other hand jungle justice is not the solution. The police need to start doing their jobs plssss as fast as they can. When ever i remember those ALUU guys i weep. May God help us all and guide us Amen

Jenny zee said...

Don't go and jam d wrong person on lol

NIRVANA said...

Dearest Anon did you read my comment before rushing to reply? I doubt you did if not you would have seen that I was in no way supporting the robber. Didn't you read where I said my brother's friend was also a victim? English language is not that hard my dear.

Suoebi(Niger delta finest) said...

Na lie ooo if na me ehh beating would be the beginning of their misery,after kidnapping them I will beat them till they are weak,stuck a big cucumber or cassava in their anus,use machine saw chop off their manhood followed by their hands and legs,pluck off their eyes and give them to eat,then I will find the closest lagoon and dispose their bodies.sorry ko sorry ni abeg did dey listen to you wen u were begging them to stop.

Suoebi(Niger delta finest) said...

No it doesnt,you just help the society get rid of a criminal.

Etsako Girl said...

I am on the fence on this issue cos it is when it happens to you or someone close to home, one would know how to react. Also, when you remember the case of ALUU 4 you realise there will always be innocent ones in the cause of jungle justice. It is just sad that they not only rob but have to inflict injury and worse kill in the process of robbing the person. Our judicial system as well as the police force needs a total overhaul else we would be faced with these situations frequently.

Vivilicious said...

Hmmmm. Anyone who kills with violence will surely die by violence
It never ends well for the wicked.

The General's Wife said...

Oh my God!!!!
His eyes gouged out? A little boy. An innocent little boy! Chai!
May God console his mom and dad and his siblings.
Father may the perpetrators of this crime have no peace.Chai!

The General's Wife said...

My dear see how heavy my heart is reading this.
Chai! Just imagine.
This is soo sad.
Obinna may ur soul rest in peace.
And may God comfort ur loved ones esp ur parents.

The General's Wife said...

Chi m oooo!
Pipi I don't know what to say again o!!!!
Kai! That Aluu 4 oooo!
Ah!May God help us all.

Anonymous said...

@monkeynofine ur English deserves jungle justice. Smh.

Mrs. Romas said...

I don't support jungle justice! I'm of the opinion that, if you caught a criminal, handover him or her to the cops. I can't kill nor even watch someone get lynched.
I feel bad for that innocent 20yr old boy that lost his life to the hoodlums, I pray his family and friends find courage and strength to heal.

The law enforcement agencies should do something fast, lives are a stake.

Pipi Lee said...

Seriously, our sanity can only be restored when our security agencies and judicial system is restored, some people have been robbed by the same set of criminals year after year, they get arrested but they come back to your house to rob again, how were they released? who released them? They are not even scared of getting arrested.

Pipi Lee said...

May God help us all o and forgive us too.

Amebo said...

Suoebi, you have a wicked heart you need jesus

The Traveller said...

When we refuse to allow a country to work, chaos is inevitable. A young man gets stabbed. Everyone is too afraid to help - even hospitals. Some hospitals can't anyway and they don't want the spotlight on their shoddy practice.

Also, those who have helped in the past have often found themselves regretting or being punished for choosing to help.

But why are those buys stealing too and killing people. These has gone beyond them merely trying to survive. They are evil and deranged, yet themselves often victims of the wickedness of others.

At the end of the say, it is still true, Nigeria is one big pot of shit. We may hate the shit, but we all threw our own bit inside the pot. We may all say but some people's shit was bigger, which may be true. But if the pot of shit will become a pot of water we can all drink from, we all have to contribute to cleaning it out and then fetching the water into it. And even then, some will clean more than others. Some will fetch in more water than others. Some will drink more than others too. But as long as we have a sustainable put of clean water we can all drink from, we'd be OK.

I prefer a sustainable pot of clean water over a sustainable pot of shit. You nko?

Robyna Wenger said...

I will never ever support jungle justice. What happened to his brother is sad very sad. But the moment we start murdering people on the streets, it makes us no different than those monsters and i am not a monster. Nigeria really needs to fix its justice system. They are taking laws into their hands cos they know that if they hand them over to the police, they will be in a couple of weeks tops.

Anonymous said...

Sometimes there is no proof. Its all a misunderstanding and they never have a chance to explain before being killed

Anonymous said...

Police need to go undercover in that bus stop

Anonymous said...

They deserve a good beating but not to be killed.

FRESH said...

This is exactly why we must allow our country get fixed.it won't happen overnight. Mistakes would be made.sacrifices would be made.We would suffer for a while.A police state is far better than a lawless one.

FRESH said...

This is exactly why we must allow our country get fixed.it won't happen overnight. Mistakes would be made.sacrifices would be made.We would suffer for a while.A police state is far better than a lawless one.

Amacastel said...

The work of police is to send these thieves to steal from general public collect their share, extort money from the victim to register case
That's what they told me last week @ ajao police station when I went to report that a thief broke into my compound,brkmy generator house & steal my generator in the afternoon when everybody has gone to work & our mallam gate man is sleeping the shameless police woman told me to bring 2k to register my case as if they can find the generator, I simply told her I don't have money ooo that I just came to inform u guys what's happening in the area u pple are policing & left them
Until Nigeria police sit up & kne their job jungle justice will never stop cos is the hope of a common man. Court &police has failed us.

Amacastel said...

Na the karma of how I'm papa do police work they follow am. He is cursed ihe nna me Tara na esoghari ya.

Anonymous said...

Some hoodlums attacked and robbed my younger brother of his phone breaking his front tooth in the process,when I heard what happened to him,all that came to my mind was m;what if they had stabbed him to death?Had that happened I wouldn't think about handing out jungle justice on the criminals myself in the event that they are caught and I happened to be there,by the way I'm a medical doctor...

Nmasinachi said...

Wow. I can't imagine what this guy and his family is going through. Truth is that some of these thieves go out with the mindset of "if I die, I die".

Nmasinachi said...

Wow! So sad. may his soul rest in peace.

Anonymous said...

*twice

Belushress said...

You are right Robyna, we shouldn't let them turn us into monsters that they are. The reason why jungle justice is so prevalent these days is that people have lost all hopes on our judicial and enforcement agencies. When these thieves are caught our enforcement agencies let them free. It's really sad

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