ANALYSIS | Brendin Horner murder: 'You don't solve a criminal situation by committing criminal acts'

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Tense scenes outside court.
Tense scenes outside court.
Supplied, Chris Van Beljon

Two crime experts agree that farm murders are not a result of terror, as was claimed by AfriForum outside the Senekal Magistrate's Court, where two men appeared in connection with the murder of Brendin Horner.

On Tuesday, frustration and anger boiled over onto the streets of Senekal in the Free State, where two men appeared for the murder of 22-year-old Brendin Horner.

Horner's body was found on Friday morning. 

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