May he rot in hell - Modimolle woman

2012-01-09 23:46
The most recent photograph of Johan Kotzé, the man police accuse of orchestrating a gruesome assault on his estranged wife and the murder of his teenaged stepson.

The most recent photograph of Johan Kotzé, the man police accuse of orchestrating a gruesome assault on his estranged wife and the murder of his teenaged stepson.

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Modimolle - The woman raped and tortured in a gruesome attack in Modimolle said on Monday that she was scared Johan Kotzé would track her down and kill her.

Police are hunting Kotzé, the prime suspect.

The woman is in a Pretoria hospital after being gang-raped by three workers, reportedly forced at gunpoint by Kotzé to do so, and assaulted.

She could hardly walk and had to undergo surgery after the attack.

Her breast implants also had to be removed.

Kotzé apparently tried to cut off pieces of the woman's breasts.

Friends say she wants him to "rot in hell".

"She has no tears left. Her life has been destroyed," said one of them.

Kotzé , 50, is also on the run for allegedly killing his 19-year-old stepson, Conrad Bonnette.

Forensic pathologist Micki Pistorius says Kotzé is extremely dangerous and will definitely hurt others again.

Police have not yet arrested the three alleged rapists.

Super sleuth Piet Byleveld said if the victim's family asked him, he'd help track down Kotzé.

He said it was essential that the police arrest the three men and interrogate them.

Anyone with information has been asked to contact Colonel Mabisela Mohale on 082 565 8606

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