The Great African Culture
2014-03-25 04:45:40 UTC
2/3rds of the nation's 46.5 million people living in poverty are white
Ontarios top court says the case of a woman who married her
son, conceived several children with him and tried to pass him
off as an African prince gives new meaning to the word
The Court of Appeal for Ontario upheld an incest conviction, as
well as convictions on 46 counts of forgery and uttering forged
documents, for a woman named B.D. in a decision released
B.D. had appealed, saying the judge should have struck down DNA
warrants, erred in his charge to the jury and in admitting some
B.D., 47, maintains she is married to a man named Prince Wafi R.
Dz., a real prince and a descendent of Nigerian or Ethiopian
royalty. But, as found at her trial, her husband is really her
21-year-old son, Wafi. She also maintains that Wafi died in a
volcano in the Congo, the court said.
The Appeal Court decision did not use real names, to protect the
identities of the people involved, instead using fictitious
names to help the decision be understood.
Psychiatric reports filed for the B.D.s sentencing said she
suffers from some delusional psychosis and is intellectually
deficient with an IQ of 60.
The woman has seven children, including Wafi, three children
fathered by Wafi and a girl named Wafu who died of natural
causes at the age of two, but with characteristic traits of
inbreeding, the court said.
The forgery-related charged stemmed from her attempts to obtain
false birth certificates for seven fictitious children.
The Appeal Court said the case gives new meaning to the word
bizarre, and the trial judge said, I have never encountered
a more bizarre case in my quarter century in the law.
Wafi, who the court decision refers to as Wafi/Prince, was also
convicted of incest, two counts of uttering forgeries and two
counts of fabricating evidence in a family court child
When Wafi brought the lifeless body of a two-year-old girl to a
hospital in June 2001, the nurses became suspicious because of
confusion over whether he was the girls brother or father.
DNA tests found he was both.
The subsequent tests established that (B.D.) and Wafi/Prince
were the parents of Wafu and that (B.D.) is the mother of
Wafi/Prince, the court said.
The court decision goes on to detail elaborate attempts to have
official documents drawn up to prove to the Childrens Aid
Society which had taken the womans other children that Wafi
and Prince were two people.
At another court proceeding involving B.D., Wafi, his brother
Olaseni and Prince Wafi Dz., were called as witnesses. A lawyer
became suspicious that Wafi and Prince were the same person so
she asked that they come to the courthouse at the same time.
When two men arrived, the lawyer testified, they were who she
knew to be Wafi and Olaseni.
B.D. also tried to get Wafi/Princes name and date of birth
changed on his drivers licence, going so far as to forge a
Ministry of Transportation supervisors signature, the court
At B.D.s trial, Olaseni testified that he met Prince in late
1999 and thought he looked a lot like Wafi, who moved out of the
house in July 2000. He also denied pretending he was Wafi so
Wafi could pretend he was Prince at the earlier court proceeding.
Wafis high school principal, who remembered him quite well, and
his high school teacher, both identified Wafi/Prince as Wafi.
Taken together, a number of the foregoing incidents strongly
suggest a pattern on the part of the appellant and Wafi/Prince
of taking suspicious and overt steps to attempt to establish in
public that Wafi was in fact Prince, the court said.
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another story of black morality for the record books.
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and have a good laugh at them.
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