Monday, 12 July 2010

Two Farm Murders on July 4th

Mr Russell Walford, a prominent craftsman and dairy farmer of Peacevale, KwaZulu-Natal, and brother, internationally renowned potter Andrew Walford was murdered on his farm on July 4 2010. Mr Walford had been the victim of a further attack some three months ago when he was stabbed in his home during an armed robbery. His wife who now lives in London was paralysed in an earlier attack six years ago.

Russell had spoken of his fears for his safety in a recent telephone call with his family in England, who raised concerns when they were subsequently unable to contact him. Andrew Walford rushed to the farm and after an hour long search found his 73 year old brother's bludgeoned body. He had apparently been attacked in a cattle shed, and then dragged under a mango tree, where he was partially concealed.

On the same day landowner Mrs Johanna Magrietha Smit, 76, (pictured above with her grandchildren) was murdered just after returning to her smallholding after a visit to church. Mrs Smitt had been strangled, however, there was no evidence of robbery.

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Hat Tip: Jakkals/Foxie

5 comments:

Harvey said...

I had read that Mrs. Smits was found tied to a chair in the middle of her kitchen..with plastic bags over her head. Very painful way to go...

And NO THING was taken from the house.

John G Kerlen said...

http://capepartyuk.blogspot.com/2010/07/were-going-to-kill-all-you-fing-whites.html

Anonymous said...

What is happening in South Africa and Rhodesia is exactly what will happen in EVERY white country, once whites become a minority. Anti-racism is just the smiling mask in front of the face of snarling, drooling WHITE GENOCIDE. It always was.

Anonymous said...

Time to make a stand.

Anon.

Anonymous said...

Is there a voluntary organisation or charity in this country or anywhere outside of South Africa that is putting resources together to help the disenfranchised white people of Southern Africa? I can't imagine the communists of Oxfam or similar doing it.