A haunting photograph has captured the moment a busker was led to his death by drug dealers who savagely tortured him and left him to die.
A concerned member of the public took the chilling photo showing Paul Pass and his friend Mark Andrews being kidnapped by Abdulmalik Adua, 17, and Rezwan Islam, 19, following a row over drugs.
Just one hour later, Mr Pass was dead after being stabbed in a main artery and beaten with a guitar so ferociously the wood splintered.
In the same sickening and brutal ordeal, Mr Andrews was made to drink his own urine and had washing up liquid forced down his throat before he managed to escape and dial 999.
Will Smith’s son grinned as he flashed his blond dreadlocks on the red carpet as he posed up with fashion royalty.
But just when you thought there may be some deep philosophical meaning to the accessory, Jaden revealed that he decided to bring his hair as his date, because his sister Willow couldn’t make it.
Just sick Africoon culture on display once again.
A “Renaissance Man” in the truest sense, Hesketh Prichard was an explorer, adventurer, big-game hunter, and soldier who modernized British sniper tactics during the First World War. One of his expeditions was to the island nation of Haiti, where he documented his observations of the black republic in his book titled Where Black Rules White: A journey […]
In 1967, the virtually crime-free town of Sierra Vista, AZ was terrorized by a serial killer. Known as “The Phantom,” a sixteen-year-old black male was targeting blonde haired white children for murder.
He killed seven-year-old Cindy Clelland and six-year-old Jenelle Haines. He was also targeting another nine-year-old girl.
The killer ended up being William Huff, who had killed neighborhood cats and stolen bicycles. Huff was also accused of breaking into a neighbor’s house and fondling a little girl. He was caught and convicted in part because he sent a letter to the police taunting them. His handwriting matched the letter sent to police.
THE SIGHT of the room full of blood made the gogo wonder if somebody had slaughtered a pig.
But soon she would make a far more horrifying discovery.
HER SEARCH REVEALED THE HAND OF A SMALL CHILD ON A PLATE.
Then the gogo realised the hand probably belonged to her grandson, who had gone missing on Monday!
Earlier that day, gogo Nontuthuzelo Gwanya (68) from Kwantsila, near Port St Johns, had cooked her grandson’s favourite pumpkin dish.
A newborn baby boy has miraculously survived being buried in a shallow grave at a farm in Paddock during the Easter holiday in KwaZulu-Natal, the South Coast Herald reports.
The 25-year-old mother, originally from Izingolweni, had left the infant among some timber, covered with sand, at her workplace after she gave birth to the baby boy.