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Sipho Jele T-Shirt

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Men's Basic American Apparel T-Shirt
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Style: Men's Basic American Apparel T-Shirt

Enjoy the feel of 100% fine jersey cotton against your skin. This unisex shirt, by American Apparel, is one of the softest, smoothest shirt we sell. It’s medium weight and made from combed cotton for your added comfort. Select this top-seller for a flattering and stylish fit. Select a design from our marketplace or customize it to make it uniquely yours!

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  • Model is 6’2” and is wearing a medium
  • Slim fit
  • Runs small; order 1 size up for looser fit

Fabric & Care

  • Fine Jersey (100% Cotton) construction (Heather Grey contains 10% Polyester)
  • Durable rib neckband
  • Machine wash cold
  • Made in the USA
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Sipho Jele T-Shirt
Sipho Jele was a member of banned Swazi political party People's United Democratic Movement (Pudemo) who died in police custody in Swaziland, after having been arrested on May 1 for having worn a t-shirt with a Pudemo-logo. Sipho Jele was found hanging from the rafters of a toilet at the Sidvwashini Correctional facility where he was being held on May 4. According to Sipho Jele's aunt, who had previously worked as a nurse for 30 years and who saw the body, there were several indications that he had not committed suicide as claimed by the Swazi police, including a swollen face, blood having come out of his nostrils, and the fact that he hadn't soiled himself - as is commonly the case with those who have hanged themselves. The police officers in whose custom Jele was claim they didn't kill him, however, although they admit to have broken protocol on several accounts when arresting and detaining Jele.-------The Swazi regime has been much criticized in relation to Jele's death especially by Swazi democracy organizations, foreign unions such as Cosatu, and South African, American and Danish newspapers and websites, as well as NGOs. An independent inquest into the cause of death was promised on May 7 by the Prime Minister of Swaziland. According to evidence given by Manzini-based police officers at this inquest, Sipho Jele was taken out of his cell to be interrogated for hours, although the evidence given by police officers and jailers was conflicting on several points. The Director of Public Prosecutions, Mumcy Dlamini, testified at the same trial that Jele had told him he feared being 'tubed', i.e. assaulted and suffocated, by police and therefore had asked Dlamini to be transferred to Sidvwashini.----------Sipho Jele's funeral was disrupted by around 500 heavily armed police. The police destroyed several pictures of Jele, as well as removing a Pudemo flag from the coffin, and then arrested and detain several of the mourners. The funeral was subsequently called of by Jele's family for fear of further arrests. The funeral finally took place on the May 22, this time with a strict dress code banning any politically motivated attire or political speeches, although some of those attending disregarded this.-----------Sipho Jele's funeral was disrupted by around 500 heavily armed police. The police destroyed several pictures of Jele, as well as removing a Pudemo flag from the coffin, and then arrested and detain several of the mourners. The funeral was subsequently called of by Jele's family for fear of further arrests. The funeral finally took place on the May 22, this time with a strict dress code banning any politically motivated attire or political speeches, although some of those attending disregarded this.
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