It's both riveting and wrenching, and needs to be seen as far and wide as possible.
In December 2007, Ben Freeth comments about his father-in-law Mike Campbell that "it's quite surreal that someone as gentle as Mike will stand up to someone who has brought death to thousands". And yes, Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe wants Campbell and his family out of the country, but they have called their farm home since 1974 and refuse to leave without proper legal authority. And they're willing to take this to a regional African court to establish a precedent for the entire continent.
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