Journalists Subpoenaed After Story on Thugs’ World Cup Plans

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MEDIA analysts have questioned a police decision to have two eNews journalists subpoenaed, after a story was broadcast on criminals’ plans for the Soccer World Cup.

Reporter Mpho Lakaje’s story, aired last Friday, featured interviews with two criminals. One said he would rob tourists during the World Cup. Another said he would shoot his way out of a standoff with police if he felt his life was in danger.

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