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Saturday, 7 January 2012

White teen girls kidnapped and set on fire in South Africa

A white teen in South Africa is in a medically induced coma after being burned on 75% of her body.
Typical of the left-wing British media, they are censoring the fact that the attackers are black. In South Africa, horrific racially motivated attacks on white people are a daily occurrence.
Four black suspects have been arrested, a rarity in South Africa, and charged with two counts of attempted murder. The South African media is calling it a “Satanic Ritual.”
From UK Mail Online…

A teenage girl is fighting for her life after being bound and set on fire, in what South African police believe could have been a bizarre satanic ritual.
Kirsty Theologo, 18, and her 16-year-old friend named only as Bronwyn, were attacked in the early hours of Saturday at a remote beauty spot in the Linmeyer suburb of Johannesburg.
Miss Theologo was today in an induced coma at a Johannesburg hospital after suffering 75 per cent burns to her upper body, while Bronwyn was under medical supervision at a private clinic.
South Africa’s Star newspaper reported that their attackers set on Miss Theologo, bound her and poured petrol over her body before setting her on fire… after deciding to turn her into a satanic ‘sacrifice’.
Bronwyn threw herself on the burning girl and tried to extinguish the flames by rolling her on the ground – sustaining burns to her own body in the process.

The newspaper claimed the men cut the hands of a third girl and held them so that she would bleed onto a bible during the attack.
After all of the attackers and witnesses fled from the scene, Miss thologo and Bronwyn had to walk down from Linmeyer Hill before they could be treated for their injuries.
Speaking about the attack, Miss Theologo’s sister Samantha told the newspaper: ‘In the state she was in, my sister made sure they walked to safety. She walked all the way to Rosettenville, about 2km away.

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