South Africa: Boer woman’s womb carved from her body
The picture below is the picture of a white South African woman aged 57 who, together with her 76 year old mother, were brutally tortured and later died of their wounds (thankfully). This happened in March 2009 and the trial is currently taking place . The article below details just how they were tortured and leaves out a few other gory details (probably better that way). Does this woman look like she deserved to die in this way because “she owed money”. This is the same excuse used over and over by our barbarian African Blacks when they kill whites. These barbarians are lower than the gum stuck to the sole of my shoes.
Picture of murdered Miss Helen Lotter, left: “Cruellest crime scene I’d seen in 31 years of police work…’ testifies SAPS captain Koos Venter at Welkom High Court murder trial of the 2 black suspects accused of torturing to death Alice and Helen Lotter in March 6 2009…
The gruesome cruelties suffered by the murdered Miss Helen Lotter, 57, and her mother Alice became very clear when coroner Dr Horst Bumba’s report to the Welkom High Court showed that Helen Lotter’s cervix and uterus were ‘missing’ and that her death was caused by ‘sharp trauma and injuries to her lower body’ incurred during the attack against the two Afrikaner women in their Allenridge, Free State farm house on March 6 2010.
Cervix, uterus missing from Ms Helen Lotter’s mutilated body:
Dr Horst Bumba’s report also described that all her front teeth were bashed out and that her entire body was ‘covered in bruises, chafing and stabbing wounds. Her sexual parts were mutilated extensively also internally. Dr Bomba was unable to find the unmarried Afrikaans woman’s uterus or cervix (womb). He described these extreme injuries as ‘having been caused by very clear penetration with a sharp object’. Due to the extreme injuries, Dr Bumba was unable to determine whether she had been raped.
Another report by medical examiner Dr Wilhelm van Heusden of the mother Alice, 76, concluded that the old farm woman had died due to ‘asphyxiation after breathing in blood from penetrating stabbing wounds in her neck and throat’.
Gardener ‘s claim that he was forced to sign a confession rejected by the Bench:
A ‘trial-within-a-trial’ was also held by Judge S.P.B. Hancke, assisted by two assessors, to determine the admissability of a conflicting signed and sworn confession by the one of the two accused black men who are on trial for murdering the women; their gardener, Joseph Hlongwane (22) and Joseph Khumalo (21). Judge Hancke examined all the statements submitted to the court by Hlongwane, including his claims that he had been ‘threatened, forced and dictated’ by the police to submit this confession.
However the Bench ruled that Hlongwane had submitted the signed confession ‘from his own free will’ and that he himself had moreover, provided detailed descriptions of the way in which the attack on the Lotter women had been carried out, including what he’d taken away from their homestead.” The Bench ruled the gardener’s confession legally-admissable after examining all the statements by Wesselsbron magistrate J A Smith, SAPS captain Francois Laux; warrant-officer James Mahlatsi, the investigating officer, and Captain André Niemann.
“I’d stabbed her twice in the neck because she owed me money…’
Hlongwane claimed in his confession, ruled admissable by the Bench, that he had ‘stabbed Mrs Alice Lotter twice with a pair of scissors in the neck because she owed me money”, after she had refused to pay him. Before the murders he’d gotten himself drunk at a local shebeen with his comrade Joseph Khumalo, they had returned to the farm and he had gone inside the farm house to argue with Mrs Lotter. He had submitted this statement to magistrate Smith in Wesselsbron three days after the double-murder.
However this also contradicts the old woman’s dying statement to Captain Koos Venter, the police officer who had found the mortally-wounded mother and daughter. Her “death-bed confession’ was that the gardener had broken into their homestead by crashing through a window and that he had ‘hurt “ both women after the mother had spotted ‘a group of men standing outside at their bakkie and had warned them to go away or she’d phone the police’. Mrs Lotter told Captain Venter and an attending paramedic that she had recognised their gardener when he was climbing through the window. (The forensic evidence before the court earlier was that the window had broken into from the outside). The trial continues Monday.
Just before she died, the mortally-wounded Alice had told investigating SAPS captain Koos Venter according to his testimony this week, that the women were tortured by their gardener, Joseph (Hlongwane, 22) – and had pointed the policeman to the worker’s personal details which she kept inside her passport. Hlongwane was also directly linked to the murders of the two frail women by fingerprints lifted from the crime-scene by forensic experts, the court heard.
The mother’s last words to the Afrikaner policeman were “Thank the Lord that you care for us and that we can hide with you…’’ Alice Lotter died shortly after her arrival at hospital, her daughter Helen died several days later.
Both women were ‘extensively mutilated’. This testimony was delivered by Capt Venter at the High Court trial before judge S P B Hancke in Welkom, Free State of the Lotter woman’s gardener Joseph Hlongwane, 22 and his co-accused Joseph Khumalo, 21. They deny all the charges – three murders, one house-breakinVolksblad.
The Afrikaner policeman, who has 31 years of experience, testified that the scene of women’s torture-murders was among ‘the cruellest crimes he had ever witnessed in his career.’ The two Free State Boer women’ murders on March 6 2009 – Helen Lotter’s breasts were also partially cut off and broken bottle-shards were inserted in her vagina and anus as part of the extensive torture she and her mother Alice had endured — caused deep anger amongst the Afrikaner/Boer community. Information submitted by police members to the news media shortly after the murder also was that the words ‘Kill the Boer’ had been daubed in the women’s blood on the farmhouse walls.
“Captain where are you?’
Captain Koos Venter, head of the detective unit at Allanridge, testified yesterday at the Welkom High Court that he had received a call from Mrs Alice Lotter on the evening of March 6 2009. She ‘d asked him: “Captain where are you?” in Afrikaans – and then the line went dead. He was unable to call her back, so he jumped into his car and chased from his home in Odendaalsrus to the Allanridge farm. At the backdoor of the homestead he found a ‘very badly injured Miss Helen Lotter.’ Her face was coated in blood, some of her teeth had been smashed out, she wore a bloodied t-shirt and her naked underbody was covered in blood. A bloodied knife and scissors were found at the scene as well as bloodied beer-glas shards lying near the daughter’s legs. He found the mother Ieaning against a dining-room chair, just about to fall over. He gently helped her lie down on the carpet of the living room. She asked him: “Who are you?” while he examined the ‘gaping wounds at her throat, arms and hands,’ he told the court.
He told the mortally-injured old woman that he was Captain Venter, and then she told the Afrikaner police man “Thank the Lord that you care for us and that we can hide with you…’
Venter briefly searched the house and came across the women’s two dogs, locked into a room. He then rushed back to the women and tried to make them more comfortable while waiting for the emergency service he’d alerted, to arrive. While doing this Mrs Alice Lotter told him that it was Joseph, the gardener, who had ‘hurt them’. She also told Captain Venter that Joseph’s personal details were kept inside her passport, which was on the dining table. She didn’t speak anything else after that and died shortly thereafter at the hospital.
Venter testified that he had 31 years of police service behind him – and that this was the bloodiest and cruellest crime scene he had ever seen. Hlongwane was also linked to the murder by finger-prints found at the crime-scene by forensic experts, reported Volksblad.