Video footage captured the scene of two men lying helplessly on the drought, and an angry local mob descended on them, giving them the beating of their lives, then afterward was the sound of gunshots at the victims. The angry mob then shot at the police that tried to restore peace to the community.
The notorious guy, popularly known as Teddy Mafia, had always lived under the police's Rader without being successfully convicted for drug peddling. Though he had been arrested on several occasions for heinous crimes such as the procession of unregistered firearms and drugs, the famous local figure always got out of the hook on bail. The cases die a natural death in court.
Two verified sources confirmed that he was shot twice in the head before the locals rushed him to the nearest hospital at Chatmed in Chatsworth. The incident happened in his home shortly after he told his daughter around 2 pm that he was expecting some crucial visitors, not knowing that he was preparing for his demise just a few months after his son was killed in a drive-by shooting.
Shortly after the daughter left her father for the backyard, she had two shots fired and later found her father in his blood pool. She then alerted the community, which caught the assassins before they could escape. The aftermath was disastrous. Both suspects were set ablaze and then beheaded in the open, while numerous people, including kids and minors, witnessed the public jungle justice.
Senior police personnel who fears that his death will spark up unrest around the Durban province have received numerous support from even people who are not into the narcotics peddling business. Twelve death were recorded as a retaliation attack on rival gangs, and despite the lot, authorities still fear that the death toll will rise as a new gang structure has to replace the former.
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