Sentencing begins in beheading matter

2016-04-28 05:55
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Cape Town – Sentencing proceedings are due to begin on Thursday in the trial of Aljar Swartz who was found guilty of killing and beheading Ravensmead teenager Lee Adams in 2013.

Swartz, who will appear at the Cape Town High Court, recently admitted to targeting the teen so he could sell the body parts to a sangoma.

The 15-year-old victim's face and neck had stab wounds, bruises and abrasions.

His body was found in an abandoned school while his head was later found in Swartz's backyard.

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