Violent murder in South Africa was seized by a photographer

Violent murder in South Africa was seized by a photographer

Photographer James Oatway witnessed a cruel attack on a Mozambican citizen and was lucky to take the pictures of the whole crime.

Photographer James Oatway witnessed a cruel attack on a Mozambican citizen and was lucky to take the pictures of the whole crime. 

The situation took place in the morning, when Mozambican Emmanuel Sithole was just walking along the road. Suddenly, the four men surrounded him and started to stab him with knives and bludgeon with a wrench. Their faces were full of anger and severity, moves were barbaric and their acts were absolutely inhuman.

The photographer said that the whole attack had taken more or less two minutes and only after all these sadistic savage people had gone, he began to realize what had happened a moment before. He was such shocked that his finger was just mechanically clicking on a camera all that time.

After the world have seen these dreadful photos, a lot of people became accuse Oatway of doing nothing and just standing aside, but he claims that he wasn’t able to help the victim and the only result, which could his interference bring, was making himself the second injured.

After the attackers had left Sithole alone, Oatway with another journalist, Beauregard Tromp, who was not far from there, had taken the sufferer and rushed him to a hospital, but it was too late and soon after arrival Emmanuel Sithole died of stabbing and beating.

Xenophobic crimes and murderers are frequent cases on the South African streets and the local authority are aware of such a critical situation, but not enough measures were taken to protect the civilians. After this horrifying news that momentary spread around the world the S.A. government is going to improve the situation in the cities and on the outskirts.

Owing to James Oatway, all the criminals were caught and imprisoned soon after the photos became overspread.

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