'Mugabe Must Go To Hell Man' Rearrested

Gareth Fury managing director of Fisher Motor Engineering Company was initial arrested last week and appeared in court for saying President Robert Mugabe “should go to hell”  after  clashes  with his  co-company director  Nkululeko Tshuma a  known Zanu PF activist.He was  released  on bail.
However in a move suspected to have a political hand, heavily armed police officers raided Fury’s company and arrested   him on new charges of violence and of calling President Mugabe a dictator.
According to the state outline, the new charges arise from incident on Friday where Fury is alleged to have gone to Tshuma’s office and shouted: “Leave my office and go and practice your dictatorship in President Mugabe’s office and if you keep coming here your life will be in danger.”
Fury re-appeared before Sibongile Msipa and was again charged with contravening Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act).He was granted US$100 and ordered to surrender his passport to the Clerk of the Criminal Court and to report to Hillside police station every Friday until his case has been completed.Khucaca Phulu  of Phulu and Ncube Legal Practioners represented Fury in court.