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May he rot in hell - Modimolle woman

2012-01-09 23:46

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
 

Comments
  • Phindile - 2012-01-10 00:22

    y mention that shes in a Pretoria hospital?? now ur telling her to be murderer her where abouts!!!

      Squeegee - 2012-01-10 00:46

      Bait?

      DuToitCoetzee - 2012-01-10 01:02

      She and her family are under strong visible and not so visible protection. He will not dare to come close. It is a pity that it is now known because it could worked as a trap.

      Yurak - 2012-01-10 08:07

      @Braam....your jean pant are readdy for yous to wear

      John - 2012-01-10 08:09

      Oops..... Watch out for Braam.... Seems we have another sick a/hole on the loose.

      Marie - 2012-01-10 08:36

      BRAAM have you ever heard of TED BUNDY?? What did all the women he killed do to him?? Or maybe you have never heard about a PSYCOPATH? I have a son in law who is a psycopath and he will be able to do all of this and more....

      Christelle - 2012-01-10 08:47

      Braam, remind all women not to live to close to you - you might just regard them to be a bitch and wow, what can they then expect!!!!!

  • phangolicious - 2012-01-10 00:22

    I strongly believe that news24 comments section must be shut!! everyday racism is the order of the day in this site ......... this makes me very angry and soon someone will die from these sites, as i can see people are starting to read even people's fb profiles on what do they eat or what are their personal interests!!....... this is worrying as we all have a bit of evil in ourselves!

      Irene - 2012-01-10 00:43

      Speak for yourself pal.

      Mya - 2012-01-10 02:34

      you are right phangolicious, unfortunately I think this is what we all come here looking for, a cross-section into peoples mind. Its like rubber-necking at an ambulance scene, morbid curiosity. The quality of reporting is certainly not the main attraction.

      Anthony - 2012-01-10 02:41

      You are quite right. On this "comment site" , there used to be interesting debates, political, and issues of the day. At the time, when this site was connected to fb, the editor, gave as reason that it would curb racism and personal attacks. Well, what a useless, dumb and stupid editor, he turned out to be!!!! The level of most comments has become pathetic, and the word "gutter" is not misplaced here. Never ever, seen a comment site, with such blatant racism and hatred as here. Yes, close this "rubbish site" down.

      Anthony - 2012-01-10 05:41

      I can get one hundred thumbs down. It's ok. This comment site , has become a "garbage" site. Most "serious" "interesting" stories, now get no comment at all !! But murder, car accidents.....and off course, if Malema says somthing silly, get hundreds of comments, with many of them to show their pure rascism. I would go a step further, and say that this site is unlawful, as it has become a breeding ground for racism and hatred !!!!!

      markdoubleu - 2012-01-10 07:28

      I disagree. Reducing the anonymity people have on the site will lead to a certain amount of restraint and accountability. That can only be a good thing. As much as I'm a believer in free speech, I don't believe it should be anonymous. If someone is willing to throw racism or, indeed, any discrimination out into the public domain, they really should have the balls to stand by it, shouldn't they?

      SamuraiMama - 2012-01-10 07:32

      Hear, hear, Mya. I seriously think that some people just come here to stir. (Adre, vaal donkie etc) Morbid fascination. Don't have the balls to pick fights and stand up for their beliefs in real life, so they come here to do it and rev others up.

      markdoubleu - 2012-01-10 07:43

      @Anthony Hang on. The degradation of the quality of comments did not coincide with the linking of FB profiles. It's been the case for as long as I remember. The sad fact is that the easier it becomes to access a public forum, the less intelligent the average level of input becomes. Let's take your attack on the editor, for instance. Instead of presenting a well thought out process of moderation or, at the very least, a reasonable argument against the FB link, you simply lash out with 'useless', 'dumb', 'stupid' and, my personal favourite, '!!!'. Instead of attacking the system, wouldn't it make more sense if we all take a bit of time to think through our comments? Maybe steer away from retaliating when we see what we think are attacking or inflammatory statements? Maybe try to engage those we disagree with in debate rather than mud slinging contests? Just my thoughts...

      Anthony - 2012-01-10 08:11

      @Markdoubleu, Sorry, but I dissagree with you. This editor also thought, that reducing the ononymity would lead to the restraint and accountibility of comments made. But, the oposite has happened. Sure, there was always a level of racism and hatred, but never ever at the level it's today!!!!!

      markdoubleu - 2012-01-10 08:22

      @Anthony, First thing, well done on the restraint ;) Could it not just be a by-product of the expanding user base? As the user base increases the number of loud mouthed bigots will , inevitably, increase. Linking to News24 from FB is most likely leading to an increase in traffic from specifically FB. Which is frequented by the sort of individual more likely to comment on this sort of forum. Anyways, pointless debate. I'm eagerly awaiting the news of some racist idiot being fired for making outrageous comments here and bringing an employer into disrepute or some such trip up. That will make the FB link more than worthwhile :)

      akaRags - 2012-01-10 09:02

      You Tube comments are just as bad actually, - go onto any You Tube video that has race as a subject, or anything that people can twist into making a racial issue. It's no different, just international. 24.com has a local "flavour" so to speak. I've actually seen worse on You Tube.

      Andre - 2012-01-10 09:05

      Well said MarkDoubleU!!! :)

      Anthony - 2012-01-10 09:18

      @Markdoubleu, The point I was trying to make, that it is ultimately, the editor of this site who is responsible for it's quality. He has the power to modify and delete any comment posted on thi site. He even can "ban" anyone for posting comments. It seems, that this editor is happy with the "quality" off the comments made . I stick to the comment I made re this editor !!!!

      DuToitCoetzee - 2012-01-10 09:46

      @phagolicious. @Anthony @markdoubleu. The racial thing reduced. Yes there are still, but mostly by people who discover how to have fake FB pages. The most of the trolls and racist seams to be to stupid or too afraid that they can be discovered. I can assure you, your or do not have a good memory or you use false info on purpose to back your statement. Is it still "bad"? Yes, it is. If you want to say something you must say it because you believe in it and you believe you have enough proof to back it up with. If some-one want to take you one and proof you wrong, you can learn something from it. We can all be wrong at some stages. Is that not the purposes of blogs like this? It is a podium to put your point forward, but also experience the view of the opposite or people who are different from you. You also learn of common interests. Maybe some must just learn how to set their FB accounts. I do not want to see what you eat, but if you are not capable of setting it I believe you will not have a fruitful comment either. I say get away with fake FBs. I agree that News24 do allow certain type of registrations that they said they want to prevent and that can only be one of two reasons. 1. Stupid(that I doubt) 2. Info gathering???? Honesty is a bastard, but what do you expect as greed is the no.1 sin and mammon some's god.

      markdoubleu - 2012-01-10 09:57

      @Anthony, I understand where you're coming from, but I can't agree. I believe the right way to go is to be as tolerant of the views expressed here (and everywhere on the internet) as is possible within the framework of the law (I would include human decency, but that is a very subjective, divisive term...). To unilaterally start removing comments because they cause offence is problematic for two reasons (I'm sure there are more, but I'm lazy). 1. It smacks of censorship, which is to be avoided at all cost (is that not why we were all up in arms about the freedom of information act?). 2. You're asking an individual with quite possibly a very different value system to yourself to remove comments that offend your value system. The point here is that they may have a different definition of what constitutes offensive. It can only lead to backlash against the person moderating/censoring and, most likely, promote one set of viewpoints and under-representing another, leading to further criticism and divide. Would you really rather have a washed-out, bland, 'safe' News24 where you're not challenged to see those things in yourself and in others that make you uncomfortable? Doesn't that smack of a bit of nannying? I may not agree with everyone here, but I prefer them being allowed to speak their minds.

      Deon - 2012-01-10 10:09

      Relax, wait till the Rugby starts. This is more likely to kill a person (when your team plays badly). Stormers already have an excuse - Rassie is gone.

      litthauers - 2012-01-10 10:13

      Hey, phangolicious. I too find the ease with which people make sickeningly racist (and sometimes sexist) comments, extremely worrying. However, I have long since realised that debating with these fools is pointless. That's why I'm so grateful for the little 'Report comment' option at the top of each comment :-). That being said, the fact that the system allows certain individuals to come back time and time again to just spew more hatred boggles the mind. Surely there is enough reason by now to ban the repeat-offenders?

      Anthony - 2012-01-10 10:13

      @DuToitCoetzee, The problem with fb is, that at least for most of us, it is difficult to stay anonymous What this editor does not seem to understand, is to be able to have an open and lively debate, especially on political issues, and especially here in Africa, one HAS to stay nameless!! Many of political comments are made by ones that travel through Africa, for family, business or other reasons. To make a comment re an African government, or "worse" about a Head of State, without any exaggeration, one could risks one's life, or certainly facing jail !!!!! Take for instance, Zimbabweans living here. One would have to be a total idiot to make a negative comment about Mugabe, and put your name under this!!!!!!!

      litthauers - 2012-01-10 10:15

      P.S. I always giggle a bit when I see the trolls complaining about News24's 'censorship' when their comments are removed. Have they seriously never noticed that the filth they post can be reported?

      Andre - 2012-01-10 10:16

      MarkDoubleU: I agree that censorship in any form should be guided against. Which is why it is important to make comments placed on this site more "traceable". I guess the FB link is one way to do that. When the racist and bigotted TROLLS who seem to frequent these comment sections make their halfwitted statements, they should know that they are subject to prosecution under the laws of our land - Not subject to censorship by the editor of one media publication

      Anthony - 2012-01-10 10:32

      @Markdoubleu It is not a matter of disagreement, actually, the more the better, it is that what makes a comment site interesting. But it is the level of comments made, which is disturbing. Take for instance, Malema I don't like this man, I believe he is corrupt, foul mouthed, and has a rather peculiar way of thinking!!!!! BUT, the level of naked racist slur against this man, is mind bogging, and to my mind totally unacceptable !!!

      markdoubleu - 2012-01-10 14:00

      @Andre @Anthony We're pretty much singing from the same hymn sheet. The level of racism is quite staggering and, in some cases, expressed in a manner that is illegal. Instead of censorship, I think the burden that DOES rest with News24 is one of reporting illegal comments to the authorities instead of just deleting them. Now, I have no way of knowing that they don't already do this, but I suspect it to not be the case (surely, if that was the practice, we'd have heard about it?).

  • Phindile - 2012-01-10 00:24

    JP and Sithando, lets not make this a race issue and who is "generally well behaved!" Im sure that poor woman in hospital and her son whos lying in a mourge are not even thinking race here. this is pure evil that should be condemened by all SA folkes!

  • Mel - 2012-01-10 00:47

    There are millions that should rot in hell in SA. Poor lady

  • Belinda - 2012-01-10 01:42

    I cannot believe what I am reading! To be honest, am happy to be living away from SA and all this hatred! Am honestly quite shocked at the hateful comments from readers!

      Johncarlos Cynical Biza - 2012-01-10 07:48

      You are lucky. We experience both shocking crime and shocking racism daily on this and other sites, and we're supposed to go on as if everything is normal. I envy those who go by their lives without either.

      Moi - 2012-01-10 07:52

      Funny thing is, most of the people spewing the racist drivel aren't even in SA.

      akaRags - 2012-01-10 09:41

      Yes, South Africa has more than it's fair share of problems, I won't deny that at all, (especially as I live here) but these sort of comments are not just a South African "thing". You Tube comments are just as bad actually, when it comes to race, - go onto any You Tube video that has race as a subject, or anything that people can twist into making a racial issue and it's no different, just international and I've been seeing it for as long as I've had access to You Tube. There are people the world over capable of saying the most hateful & bigoted things. I've actually seen worse on You Tube, & sometimes they make the 24.com comments look like talk at a tea party. You Tube has a much wider international base - what these comments are reflective of, be they on 24 or You Tube is that when people are given a platform to say just about ANYTHING they want to on the internet, with very little if no moderation, the worst of the worlds bigots, racists, trolls etc are drawn like moths to a flame to commenting on such sites. Don't kid yourself into believeing that because South Africa has a high crime rate etc, South Africans are about the only ones capable of making such comments.

  • Makhosi - 2012-01-10 02:39

    Condolences to this woman for the loss of her son and I'm desperately sorry for the heinous and senseless attack on her. I pray for her strength and guidance at this time and always. This crime has nothing to do with race but more to do with how evil we can be as human beings. May we spare our thoughts and project love and support for this lady for there's no greater sin she would have committed to warrant this brutality

      Farai Fatso Z - 2012-01-10 02:54

      U r one of the very few making sense here! We have a poor lady in untold suffering yet pipol go ol abt race!!!!!!!!!!!! Shame

      paulmandlankosi - 2012-01-10 08:15

      Good point Makhosini

      Christelle - 2012-01-10 08:38

      Thank you Makhosi - and actually, most of the articles on News24 has nothing to do with race - the posters turn it into a racial issue. My goodness - Sympathy for this poor woman and her child and their family. What type of animal would do this to another human being. And shame on him for using/forcing his workers to do this evil deed. Please let the punishment fit the crime.

  • Gemma-Leigh Evans - 2012-01-10 05:35

    I am utterly shocked at the comments on this article!! Race has nothing to do with it. People of every race are partaking in senseless murders every day!! I find it absolutely shameful, the lack of compassion people possess. This poor woman was brutally raped and mutilated and her son killed, all at the hands of her husband no less. South Africa is turning into a heartless nation that only seeks to be as good as history portrayed it. Mandela fought for nothing if this is the perverse mindsets we insist on holding on to! South Africa can never move forward if its eyes are firmly set on the past!!!

      Chum Scrubber - 2012-01-10 06:24

      Just a bunch of trolls getting off on one another. Actually damn boring.

  • Phil - 2012-01-10 05:35

    In any given week in SA there are cases like this that make you want to hurl. Yes , things like this happen elsewhere ..but not at anywhere like the frequency they do in SA. Then in the comments section ..the racism starts. Mindless idiots displaying their intellect. Out of this all their is ONE common denominator. It is NOT Black skin or White skin. It is South African society. What a sick and stuffed up "country" it is. I am starting to think that some sort of natural disaster that wipes the country clean so that decent people can start again is what is needed. The possibility of that happening seems to be zero ...so what we will be left with is a constant diluting of the gene pool as better people move to the UK or Kiwiland or Aus. What a mess.

  • Chum Scrubber - 2012-01-10 06:06

    I still don't understand how a man can get his sex organ to function with a gun pointed at his head? The rapists must have been willing to be able to perpertrate the deed. Or am I unique? Hope they all end up with some kind of eternal pain and suffering, no punishment is harsh enough to compensate for this kind of evil.

  • babridge - 2012-01-10 07:04

    'Super sleuth'! For goodness sake! This is real life not some sort of Sherlock Holmes novel! An atrocious crime has been committed against a woman and any woman, man or child who has gone through a rape experience will know how she is feeling and have great sympathy for the victim. Catch the man, bring him to justice, ensure that the police do their job properly so that she can have some sort of peace of mind.

  • Mqwayi - 2012-01-10 07:09

    If they are FORCED at gun point to rape her. Why are they hunted as rapists? Should they have died? He is racist and the attitude was to make her feel defiled by Blacks. He is a criminal and i do not see why the workers who are most likely under paid supposed to suffer for a family despute that turned horrible wrong. It's sad,however some men are pushed to the EDGE.

      Fredster - 2012-01-10 07:23

      How do you even manage to get an erection at gunpoint?

      Johan - 2012-01-10 08:28

      OMG, please not the "under paid" excuse again. That excuse is NULL AND VOID. If you aren't happy with your salary, RESIGN! Don't go and murder your boss!

      Christelle - 2012-01-10 08:41

      Mqwayi, I dont think he is a racist - he is a "inhumanist"

  • Tshivhombela Fhatuwani - 2012-01-10 07:11

    Replying to racial comments with racial response serves us no good as a nation. Let's take racism out of our vocabulary and look forward to work together to embetter SA, it belongs to us all. The violent crime committed here is the worst of it's kind and the perpetrators are interracial. Instead of focusing on the horrific nature of crime some people are busy racially abusing one another. Crime is the scourge S. Africans must fight irrespective of race.

  • Willie - 2012-01-10 07:29

    Bring back the death penalty - too many murders in jail and walking around us who deserve not to live between us. Bring back discipline in the communities....lets us look for solutions and not problems.

  • Mqwayi - 2012-01-10 07:34

    This is a sad tragedy in a family dispute. However SA men pushed against the wall have nowhere to turn to. Violence is pandemic and we need the whole story. We need to Make 17 Days of Activism. The 17th Day be for men. As a men dealing with female malicious abuse, i know what it means to be at the tipping point. Think of Johan's other family members as well. Is he really a beast or he was pushed to breakpoint. Some kids would be losing a father for good. Those who spent time in custody for crime they never did, with police and justice system and 'righteous gangsters siding with 'victim' till we go to trial. We will know. Sincere condolences to the bereaved family, spare a thought for the Coetze and nameless 3 black families. The pain is like a ripple effect, it cuts colour and status.

      Sifiso Mkitso Xulu - 2012-01-10 07:49

      i suggest 365 days of activism

      Chum Scrubber - 2012-01-10 08:59

      A real man can't be "pushed" this far by a woman. The oke must be very weak and have extremely low self esteem to do something like this. I'm worried that you seem to believe there can be ANY justification for this kind of atrocity. Very worried. As for the rapists - how did they even manage to get erections unless there was some sort of willingness on their part. I know for me it would have been impossible, or is it just a lack of virility?

      Schmee - 2012-01-10 11:21

      While I agree with Mqwayi that there are many abused men too, I have to disagree that it makes it right for someone like Kotze to do what he did to his estranged wife. Like Chum Scrubber said, a real man can't be pushed this far by a woman. From what I have read in other news articles Kotze was a person who was generally disliked by the community as a whole, men and women alike. Besides he killed her son. Is that justified if she was abusing him? In answer to your question Chum Scrubber, the new sexual offences act redefined rape to include sexual penetration with an inanimate objects. According to some reports I have heard that she is suffering major internal injuries which are often consistent with penetration of this sort. All I can say is that hopefully Kotze has committed suicide because I have so little faith in our justice system that I think that if he ever does get caught he will probably not receive the sentence that he should be getting. Besides, I'm hoping that we don't have to spend our tax money on a scum bag like this. As for the three guys that were apparently forced to rape her. Hopefully they come forward to tell their side of the story. Kotze was a terrible racist, they probably have quite a story to tell too.

      Phil - 2012-01-10 12:05

      " However SA men pushed against the wall have nowhere to turn to " Huh ? How about translating that statement. Are you making excuses for this piece of slime?

  • Vince.York - 2012-01-10 07:37

    It's vaguely like the behaviour exhibited by Nampak to some of it's employees in the past. Unacceptable.

  • Sifiso Mkitso Xulu - 2012-01-10 07:41

    I dont think people are force to comment here! So please if u dont know what to say, please dont comment! What happened to this woman is very touching and heart-breaking.

  • Sifiso Mkitso Xulu - 2012-01-10 07:42

    I dont think people are force to comment here! So please if u dont know what to say, please dont comment! What happened to this woman is very touching and heart-breaking.

  • zelna.oberholster - 2012-01-10 07:55

    I am horrified at this incidence. I am a raeder of honour killing books, and shortly after I finished one which also gave the accounts from the murderers side, this crime happened. In Johannesburg and in Soweto two days later, women were killed by estranged lovers or spouses. Whilst there always are three sides to a story (the way it happened, the way the victim experienced it and the way the suspect experienced it) this is by far one of the more gruesome incidences of 'family' violence I have encountered. Early reports indicated that her nipples were cut off with a grinder...how sick? Obviously the woman had angered this man- but if he is so psycho to do the things he has done, did he really need much to anger him? In RSA it appears that our justice system is sympathetic towards perpetrators, and humiliate victims. Is it not time that we as South Africans say enough is enough!? Is it not time that real men take a stand against abuse against women and children? The various scenarios of what she possibly could have done to him, obviously includes an affair. How many men have affairs and get away with it? How many women have affairs and get away with it? At the very worst they seperate or divorce after being found out. Thats human. Forcing three men to gang rape your wife or girlfriend, irrespective of the race of any parties involved, is sick. Shooting a woman's child in front of her is mean, sick, but cutting off parts of her womanhood? Maybe she can forgive him one day...

  • Mlungisi - 2012-01-10 08:07

    This is crazy

  • 2zbunu - 2012-01-10 08:09

    Oops!!! my mouth is zipped. I don't like to comment on racial issues. These comments distorted the whole article. Gud luk folkes

  • Riaan - 2012-01-10 08:12

    Poloyatonki Go troll somewhere else, you fool.

  • Ruth - 2012-01-10 08:16

    Please don't let him kill himself, let the prisoners do it, ugh what a monster

  • ulrike.kloppers - 2012-01-10 08:27

    Cannot believe there are people like this in the world. horrible

      Chum Scrubber - 2012-01-10 09:03

      You referring to Kotze or come of the commentators here?

  • Nyiks11 - 2012-01-10 08:45

    My main man Piet Byleveld !!!!!! I knew the super sleuth would rise to the occasion Vat hom super sleuth , vat hom

      SergeD69 - 2012-01-10 11:50

      Or maybe get Chuck Norris in.

      Nyiks11 - 2012-01-10 13:38

      aah ahh , Chuck is too rough man . . . last year he RICA'd his sim card and the entire Vodacom network ground to a halt. Piet will single handedly smoke him out of his hiding place in no time

  • ernest.gouws - 2012-01-10 09:10

    Hi Johan, Pappa wag vir jou. Better you pack some vaseline.

      Ronell Germshuys - 2012-01-10 09:48

      well said. I hope you have 2 other friends waiting as well :-)

  • Clive - 2012-01-10 09:11

    According to Monday's news bulletins, the police said they knew exactly where Kotze was, so why haven't they arrested him? Or was it just more nonsense from an organisation which has become the laughing stock of the country?

  • Jacqueline - 2012-01-10 09:15

    Pleas dont let Piet Buyleveldt get involved, all he wants is for this Kotze scum to pay him to help him dissapear! That is all Piet is interested in!!!

  • Lordwick - 2012-01-10 09:16

    can news24 trollers leave poloyatonki's comments so that we can see what he was saying unlike removing them and now it looks like you are talking to yourself?

  • SergeD69 - 2012-01-10 09:20

    Surely this Kotze guy knows how to dodge the police and he has some experience about there inner working. But how hard can it be to catch 3 other local casuals from Modimolle? The SAPS should wakeup. As been asked before, can 3 grown men not overpower 1 man. They are part of this as well. Get Piet Byleveld on to this case!!

  • Johan - 2012-01-10 09:47

    The people who are hiding him at the moment will get tired of the stress of having him around and will leak where he is. This man is a parasite who who cannot sustain himself.

  • Hemlock - 2012-01-10 10:03

    I hope when they catch this sick bastard and put him in jail he becomes the prison "BITCH".......many, many times every day!

  • duane.loubser - 2012-01-10 10:03

    Get Piet Byl involved! He WILL catch him and the 3 rapists

      Nyiks11 - 2012-01-10 10:15

      I take it if you were forced to have unprotected sexual intercourse with a helpless woman at gunpoint by a madman , you would be happy with being labelled a rapist. I think not

  • Ann - 2012-01-10 10:10

    Call Piet Byleveld so that this murdering bastard can be put away for life.

  • Sue - 2012-01-10 10:17

    What a sad country.A young lad murdered.A woman raped.Does this have no effect on South Africans anymore.

      Moi - 2012-01-10 12:03

      Why would the actions of what is clearly a psychotic mad man, make SA a sad country? Surely when reading through the comments you came across the people condemning the actions?

      Phil - 2012-01-10 12:10

      " Does this have no effect on South Africans " They are brain-numbed Sue , they have spent too long living in a cesspit ....you cannot expect to come up smelling of roses after that. Their standards have dropped and they no longer appreciate how far down the slippery slope they have gone.

      Moi - 2012-01-10 13:34

      "They are brain-numbed Sue" Maybe that statement applies to you because it certainly does not apply to me nor many other South Africans.

  • Patricia - 2012-01-10 11:19

    If this man keeps on running nothing will stop him to attack more woman and rape them, he has nothing to loose anymore, or he could be keeping some woman at gunpoint and living off her expenses!

  • Henning - 2012-01-10 11:31

    They should've asked Piet "Byl" to get involved in the first place, before the police made a hash of this whole case.

  • Lloyd - 2012-01-10 12:08

    on the news last night the police said they know where he is and officers were on their way to arrest him....what happened????

  • Tough - 2012-01-10 12:39

    Bring on Piet Byleveld!!!

  • Gavin - 2012-01-10 14:20

    We need to get this sort of cowardice out of the gene pool. What kind of germ does this to his wife and stepson ? This germ has taken cowardice to new heights. He will get his due - rest assured.

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