Home » News » world news » Policeman Shoots Wife And Her Brother Dead In Divorce Courtroom
policeman shoots wife and brother

Policeman Shoots Wife And Her Brother Dead In Divorce Courtroom

On Monday, a policeman who was not on duty at that time opened fire in a divorce courtroom in South Africa, killing his wife ( whom she was no longer staying with ) and her brother during a break in a process settling a dispute in court.

Check also: Ugandan Alfred Olango shoot by US police in San Diego, USA

The incident happened in South Eastern port of Durban city in South Africa on the regional magistrate court plaza, 8th floor, as the court was hearing the annulment case which was between the couple.

When it clocked 11:00am, before the court resumed after break, the off-duty policeman opened gun fire, shooting his wife and her brother who both died on the spot, according to Col Mbele Thembeka, the police spokeswoman.

Both victims were injured severely with the wounds from the gunshot,’’Col Mbele said.

The 32 years old suspect however tried to commit suicide and he was rushed to the hospital while in critical condition, ’she said.

Sources said, both victims were in the public gallery of the court trying to talk with the off-duty policeman before opening fire.

Check also;

This is not a Paywall, but Newslex Point's journalism consumes a lot of time, hard-work and money. That's why we're kindly requesting our readers to support us in anyway they can, for as little as $1 or more, you can support us .

Please use the button below to contribute to Newslex Point, Inc. using a credit card or via PayPal.

Donate Button with Credit Cards

Comments

comments

Loading...

About lukwago J

Posted by LUKWAGO. J: He's a writer, editor, blogger, affiliate and a web developer, he loves thinking creatively and finding new ways to implement different programming ideas.
Loading...
x

Check Also

African countries Kenyatta says supreme's court election ruling coup

African Countries Need To Complement Each Other – Uhuru Kenyatta

President Uhuru Kenyatta has said African countries need to complement each other so as to ...