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Saturday, April 17, 2010

Another savage attack on a family - Polokwane!


Polokwane (Old Pietersburg) – Limpopo Province – South Africa

When is this merciless sadistic slaughter of South Africa’s citizens ever going to end? What did this poor family do to deserve this? A 40-year old man was beaten to death during the early hours of Saturday morning; his wife brutally gang-raped, and their innocent little 4-year old daughter seriously assaulted. Nothing was taken from the house, -- so now the police are baffled because there’s no motive. PLEASE!!!! There is ALWAYS a motive! Don’t they teach these things at the South African Police College?

The Tragic News Report…

A man was beaten to death while his wife was gang raped and their four-year-old daughter seriously assaulted in the early hours of Saturday morning, Limpopo police said.

"It is believed a gang of 15 men entered the family's house on a plot at Dalmada, outside Polokwane at 3.30am," said Colonel Moatshe Ngoepe.

The gang tied up the 40-year-old man and beat him to death.

Five men raped the man's wife before turning on the couple's four-year-old daughter and seriously assaulting her.

Ngoepe said the motive for the attack was unknown and nothing was taken from the house.

The wife and her daughter were take to a nearby hospital after residents alerted police about the incident.

Ngoepe described the woman as being "too traumatised" to give a statement to the police.

No arrests have been made and anyone with information can contact 10111. – Sapa

Source: www.iol.co.za

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