Little girls live in fear
‘Perpetrators must rot in jail’
Dan Plato, recently-elected City of Cape Town mayor says he is perturbed about the incessant child molestation.
He says: “The law of the land and its constituition is far too lenient to deal with perpetrators.
“Our society is busy getting sick.
“It’s not the crime itself, but the way criminals molest children.
“They not only rape the underage kids and babies, but they are totally evil.
“After one rapist raped a baby, he pressed the little kid’s panty into her mouth.”
In another incident in Delft recently, the rapist told a small girl, he was going to buy her sweets.
He walked with her hand-in hand to an open field opposite the N1 freeway and raped the girl.
After the beastly act, he doused petrol over her body and set her alight.
A resident found the child burning alive.
The child survived the ordeal and was taken to trauma.
The child succumbed of the burns after a few weeks.
No arrests were ever made.
Patric Solomons of child rights organisation, Molo Songololo says: “I’m appalled by the rape and murder of little girls.
“We live in a sick society.
“The perpetrators must rot in jail.”
Albert Fritz, Western Cape Minister of Social Development says he strongly condemn the spate of child rapes and abuse in our province.
“There is a deep concern for the growing numbers of little girls who fall victim to abuse or being killed.
“I urge parents to be vigilant of there children over the festive season.”
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Ward 115 By-Elections – 9 December 2020
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