An indicted Pretoria serial killer will live to lament the day he flaunted in jail that he had killed much a bigger number of women than he had been sentenced for.
Obscure that his crowd would before long sell him out, he told them about his criminal capers.
For his loud mouth, he has been given another powerful sentence. He went after vulnerable old women.
Shaun Oosthuizen (42), who went after older women late in the game homes, was given a fourth life sentence in addition to 80 extra years in jail in the Pretoria Regional Court on Monday.
While in jail he proceeded to flaunt about his wrongdoing binge and that ended up being his subsequent destruction.
Birds of prey representative Capt Dineo Sekgotodi said in an articulation that the preliminary for the homicide of Van Wyk was settled and Oosthuizen was viewed as blameworthy and sentenced to life detainment for the homicide and 15 years' detainment for theft with irritating conditions.
It is presently obviously certain that Oosthuizen won't come around.
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