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Again, Mr. Fynney, in his report of his visit to Zululand in 1877, states that though the king and his "indunas" (councillors) denied that men were killed without trial, the people told a very different tale.
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There is no reason to suppose that Mr. Fynney was in any way prejudiced in making these remarks; on the contrary, he was simply carrying out an official mission, and reporting for the general information of the Governments of Natal and the Transvaal.
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In a conversation with Mr. Fynney after the Annexation Cetywayo alludes to his intentions in these words:- "I heard that the Boers were not treating him (Sompseu) properly, and that they intended to put him in a corner.
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In his interview with Mr. Fynney, Cetywayo speaks out quite frankly as to what his intentions had been; he says, "I know all about the soldiers being on their way up, but I would have asked Sompseu to allow the soldiers to stand on one side for just a little while, only a little, and see what my men could do.
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That Cetywayo personally detested the Boers is made clear by his words to Mr. Fynney.
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Examples of Fynney

Example #1
Thus he says, "In every instance, where I had so far gained the confidence of the Zulus as to cause them to speak freely, was I assured of the truthfulness of the statement that the king, Cetywayo, caused his people to be put to death in great numbers; and when I remarked that of course he did so after a fair and proper trial, in some cases my remark was greeted with a suppressed laugh or a smile.
Example #2
This advice, as could be expected, was not relished.
Example #3
It is, however, noticeable that neither these nor similar passages are ever alluded to by Cetywayo's advocates, whose object seems to be rather to suppress the truth than to put it fairly before the public, if by such suppression they think they can advance the cause of the ex-king. The whole matter of Cetywayo's private policy, however, appears to me to be very much beside the question.
Example #4
Instances of killing occurred while I was in Zululand, and to my knowledge no trial was allowed.
Example #5
If they had done so I should not have waited for anything more.
Example #6
Shortly afterwards a message arrived at Pretoria from Cetywayo to inquire into the truth of the story, coolly announcing his intention of sweeping the Transvaal if it were true that "his father" had been fired at.