The sham that is the “justice” system in black run South Africa is nothing but a waste of time. My heart goes out to this man, I can’t fathom what he has gone through. Instead of waiting on the corrupt system, he took control manned up and served justice. I commend him for his courage and I wish him all the best.
A SOUTH African rugby star has been charged with the axe murder of three people in revenge for the alleged gang rape of his daughter.
The player’s actions allegedly took place after discovering his daughter had been raped by several men and infected with HIV, reported the Afrikaan newspaper Beeld.
The killings took place near the city of Durbin in South Africa’s east.
At least one victim’s decapitated head was found in a dustbin over a kilometre away from his body, while another body’s head was left hanging “by a nerve”, police said.
“The body of (one of the victims) was found in Lamontville and the head was found in Jacobs. This happened about a week ago,” he said.
Durbin Police spokesman Lieutenant-Colonel Vincent Mdunge said the 34-year-old suspect was arrested after a tip-off was made to police.
“When they pounced on (the accused) they found an axe, which we believe is the murder weapon, clothes with blood stains and a hired car that we suspect he could have used during the alleged attacks,” Lt-Col Mdunge said.
The player, who has not been named but who used to play for the popular Blue Bulls club, faces three charges of murder and one for attempted murder after one victim managed to escape.
Police have alleged the man stalked his victims over several days in and around townships near Durbin before killing them with an axe.
The Blue Bulls is a popular rugby club in South Africa, especially amongst white Afrikkan fans.
Last year in a separate incident another Blue Bulls player Jacobus Roux was charged after allegedly beating a police officer to death and is currently awaiting trial.
A spokesperson for the club, which is currently on tour in New Zealand, was unavailable for comment.
The accused will stand trial later this week.