SHOOT TO KILL – terrorists do not enter property illegal for a cup or tea or a drink – they are terrorists, normally with illegal guns.
‘n Terroris het sy eie dood kom haal, verewig die verdoemenis in – dis hoe dit hoort. Het geen simpatie vir enige terroris wat onwettig eiendom betree om dood te maak nie. Hanteer terroriste wat inbreek en vernietig as terroriste, hulle is geen rowers nie. Hierdie kastige inbrekers kom weg met baie onskuldige aanvalle en moorde in Suid-Afrika. Hul kom nie huise en besighede normaalweg binne nie, hulle breek en beskadig eiendom eers met mening omdat hulle makliker kan wegvlug as dit moet. Vir hierdie een geval was dit nie moontlik om te vlug nie, die eienaar was paraat en het vuur met vuur geantwoord soos dit hoort. Heelwat doen dit, ons moenie ons vuurwapens gesluit hou nie, weet hoe om dit te gebruik.
Ongenooides terroriste is nooit ongewapen as hul jou eiendom betree nie en nog minder is enige van hierdie wapens wettig in hul besit. Ons grense is oop vir alle misdadigers om hier te kom nesskop. Die regering kom nie hul plig na as daar na hulle grondwet gekyk word waar elke burger die reg het om in vrede in hul eie huise te bly nie. Streng Wetgewing oor die aanhou en afvuur van vuurwapens geld net vir die burgers van die land, maar nie vir die terroriste nie.
Nog nooit ‘n skelm of terroris ‘n kluis op die rug gesien nie of wat selfs ‘n voortydige waarskuwingskoot aan die eienaar gee om man tot man te veg nie, want daar is normaalweg ‘n hele bende 3-20 wat vensters en deure afbreek en selfs diere vergiftig. Eienaars moet hulself verdedig en verdien ‘n medalje as daar op hul privaatheid ingebreek word. Die eienaars val nie terroriste in hul huise en plekke aan nie.
In die geval van onwettige betreding en inbraak is daar reeds vier terroriste binne die huis. Dus is dit 4 teen 1. Jammer al vier is nie doodgeskiet nie want hulle sal versigtiger wees as hulle eiendom betree.
An alleged robber died under a hail of bullets when the owner of the house he had broken into shot and killed him. The man’s accomplices fled, leaving his bullet-riddled body behind. Neither the homeowner or his wife were injured. According to Gauteng police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Lungelo Dlamini, the owner, 50, was asleep on Thursday night when he woke up to find four people in his bedroom.
“One of the suspects shot at him and he also returned fire with his licensed firearm. He fired several shots and one of the suspects was fatally shot while three others managed to escape. “The suspect died at the scene and police seized an unlicensed firearm. Nothing was taken in the house and the owner was not injured. He was taken to the hospital as he was traumatised. Police have launched a manhunt for the other three suspects who fled.” Netcare911’s Shawn Herbst said they went to the house around 9.30pm and found a man in his late 20s.
“Reports from the scene indicated that a male in his late twenties and believed to be a suspect in a house robbery sustained a fatal gunshot wound after being shot by an occupant of the house. “The patient was assessed on scene by an advanced life support paramedic and found to have no signs of life and declared deceased. None of the occupants of the house were injured,” he said.
Dlamini said on the very same night, police followed up information of four suspects driving a Hyundai who had allegedly robbed a salon at Bramley. “They had hijacked a VW Polo whilst they were fleeing from the scene. They also hijacked another vehicle, a BMW at Edenvale then drove towards Tembisa while police were tracking them. The Polo and BMW were found abandoned in Norkem Park.
“The four suspects, who were driving a Hyundai, came across a roadblock in Thembisa where a shootout ensued. One of the suspect was shot and killed and two others arrested. A fourth suspect managed to escape. Stolen cellphones, perfumes, a laptop and an unlicensed firearm were seized and their gateway vehicle impounded.” Dlamini said the man who escaped was an ex-convict who had just been released on parole. Police are still searching for him.
7 February 2019
Uitenhage police in the Eastern Cape are investigating a case of murder and attempted murder after a father and his daughters were attacked during a house robbery on Thursday. Two armed men allegedly entered a house in Dalindyebo Street, KwaNobuhle in Uitenhage through a bedroom window. Police spokesperson, Sergeant Majola Nkohli said Lunga Pongoma, 35, was shot and killed while sleeping. Bullets grazed his 7-year-old daughter on her upper body while her 15-year old sister managed to escape unharmed. The 7-year-old child was admitted to hospital in a stable condition.
11 December 2018
The police are investigating a house robbery after a robber was shot and killed by the homeowner in Brixton on Monday. Police spokesperson Captain Kay Makhubela said two suspects targeted a house Brixton where they tied up a homeowner and stole valuables and appliances. The homeowner, more than 50 years old, managed to free himself from the ropes during the robbery and get his gun. The suspects were about to flee when the homeowner opened fire on the culprits. They returned fire. One of the robbers was shot and the duo sped off towards Eldorado Park. The vehicle was found abandoned in Eldorado Park with the fatally wounded suspect in the car.
5 terrorists to 1 citizen
September 2018 – Cape St Francis police are investigating a case of house robbery and attempted murder after a homeowner shot and wounded a house robbery suspect during the early hours of Wednesday morning. Police spokesperson, Sergeant Majola Nkohli, said it was alleged at around 02:45 five men armed with crowbars and knives forced open the lounge window of a house in Waratah Avenue, Cape St Francis. https://www.iol.co.za/news/south-africa/eastern-cape/cape-st-francis-homeowner-shoots-suspect-during-house-robbery-16895891
A would-be bag thief was shot and killed in the parking lot of a Polokwane mall; this after the owner of the bag gave chase, pointed a firearm at the assailant and pulled the trigger. The incident happened at approximately 09:00 on Monday November 19 at the Cycad Mall. Video footage of the incident emerged on social media and shows the owner of the bag chasing after a suspect who was wearing bright yellow trousers.
5 July 2018
A robber was shot dead after a high-speed chase near Beyers Naude Drive in Johannesburg