Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Terreblanche: The Plot Thickens

Eddy Von Maltitz from the Resistance Against Communism said the two people who killed Terre’Blanche were bribed to commit the crime.

SHOOT: If true, by who?
clipped from www.sowetan.co.za
The 15-year-old arrested for the murder of AWB leader Eugène Terre’Blanche has been in trouble with the law before.

The teenager’s uncle told Sowetan that his nephew was doing community service after he was arrested with his friends for a break-in at a biscuit factory two years ago.

The boy, who was brought up by his grandmother, stopped attending school at primary level.

clipped from www.sowetan.co.za

"These boys were brave, they did what others failed to do for many years," said Zila Mokotedi.

Emanuel Mathibethe, disagreed saying Terre’Blanche was a changed person after his release from prison.

"He was a very quiet person and never provoked people after he was released from prison. I personally believe he had repented from his sins."

He said although there were ugly things Terre’Blanche did, it was better if he was remembered for the good he did in his last days.

"He was completely a new person, very quiet."

"Someone put money on Terre’Blanche’s head, the two were just used to commit the act.

 blog it

No comments: