The members of the family of a man who allegedly killed by people from KwaNdengezi after they accused him of stealing a cellphone, the family is not happy and not really convinced about the operation of the police. The family is complaining about the negligence of the police into the whole case.
It is reported that the suspect (18) is the one who showed the family the place where they found the body of the deceased, a source revealed.
The niece of the deceased, Ms. Mpho Mkhize, said that it worries them to see the law protecting the accused.
She went on saying that what breaks her spirit is that one of the suspects was singing to himself explaining the act of killing his uncle.
"The boy (the suspect) spoke for himself, telling us who he was with. Now it is really strange why we still see these (suspects) he was traveling with are still free out here. I don't understand why the police let these boys go," cried Ms. Mkhize.
Continuing, she said that their wish is that the accused receive the appropriate punishment so that they can forgive as a family.
Source link : https://www.isolezwe.co.za/izindaba/bakhathazekile-ngokudembesela-kwamaphoyisa-3c9984ba-75ef-488f-b1b2-9e41ec8a5d47
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