Taxi Violance : Hit On A Taxi Driver While Driving In KwaZulu-Natal.
By Crime_spotter | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 1440 views
It is believed that the taxi driver was driving along the road along with his friend in KwaZulu natal, an unknown gunman pulled up inside a taxi and took out his rifle and shot at the taxi trying to kill the Victim.
This incident is ok from hire taxi violent Hitman who make sure that they perpetrate these crimes and take out as many people as they can for money, Suspects do these things in order to make money.
Killings in the taxi industry are known to be very rampant as they happen almost every month all around the country, these killings are motivated by fights for territory and two or more possessions.
Taxi owners try to hold as much territory as they can that is why they perpetrate these types of crimes, the more routes that is taxi drivers and taxi owners possess over the more money they make and hence they can build their Empires with relative ease.
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