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Monday, February 20, 2012

North West farmer shot dead


Crime Scene? I think not... War-zone, yes!!!!

Mahikeng - A farmer was shot dead in Buffelshoek on Monday morning, North West police said.

The 49-year-old man and his wife were milking cows in their dairy when they were overpowered by about five armed men, said Brigadier Thulani Ngubane.

The dairy is roughly 70 metres away from the couple's farmhouse.

"They were both taken back to the farmhouse where there was a confrontation between the suspects and the farmer. He was shot in the head from behind."

He died on the scene.

"His wife was taken inside the house and tied up. She was assaulted ... on her head with a blunt object," said Ngubane.

The gang fled in the farmer's car. The woman was taken to hospital for medical treatment.

Sourced from: news24.com

2 comments :

The Rooster said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Maybe if this farmer wasn't fed false propaganda about the general motives of farm murders he wouldn't have struggled and realised they just want to steal his stuff (not defending the bastards)as seems evident through not murdering the wife. Just saying. Adriana and crew might had contributed to this poor mans demise. Still may the crims rot in jail.

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

@ Rooster

The utter crap you speak is not even worthy of a response. I also doubt that Adriana, or anyone else for that matter, will even bother wasting their time on responding to this kind of pathetic drivel.

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