POLOKWANE - A thief was beaten to death by community members after being caught stealing in Polokwane. Emergency personnel are on the scene awaiting to take his lifeless body, the community members are tired of crime and that is why they are dealing with each and every criminal that tries to steal or do anything that is against the law in their community.
Mob justice is against them all but communities are very fed up by the criminals behaviour, and that is why they end up taking the law into their hands despite knowing that if they are caught police will address them. Police are always urging members of the public to report criminal activities to them, and avoid taking the law into their hands.
They know very well that people end up dying in the hands of community members, which is exactly what most South African citizens like because they know very well that once police arrest them...they will be released in no time and continue committing crimes.
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