Lindsay Myeni, the widow of former Kwa-Zulu Natal rugby player Lindani Myeni who was shot and killed by the Honolulu police in Hawaii has voiced her concerns about the department’s lack of remorse in a YouTube video.
This comes after an announcement by the Honolulu prosecutor, Steve Alm, who said that the police officers were justified in their actions and would not face any murder charges.
According to IOL, this video had been made after Lindsay, who remained in South Africa with her children after her husband’s funeral, discovered the outcome of the investigation.
“We just found out the city prosecutor said, they’re going to not place any charges against the officers who murdered my husband Lindani Myeni. And I’m just reflecting, it just feels like salt in the wounds.
“I don’t think I’d be okay if I was there. I don’t think I would feel safe, especially the officers knowing where I live right down the street from where they killed him,” she said.
She further mentioned that she believes the officers should have taken accountability for fatally shooting her husband.
“I don’t believe people can really be that evil, you know, like I’ve never been so close to some situation so evil. You know evil is a strong word, but I just have never faced that,” she added.
Watch it here: