A young Afrikaner named Pierre Etienne de Necker, 23, died on Saturday pm from a brutal beating and kicking by twelve blacks in Belfast the previous evening, who reportedly shouted.. “You are white and white people did this to our people…’
Pictures the killers had taken of his comatose body before he was rushed to hospital (one example here) were sent to the De Necker family from a cellphone afterwards. (*The family has given permission to us for publication of this photo to show the cruelty with which this murder is being treated by the black-killer gang which had sent it to them – as if to taunt them with their deed.)
The family runs the Belfast Bricks outlet in town. The pictures sent to the family show a handgun which had apparently been placed on top of the blood-puddle forming beneath the comatose Afrikaner, but this Luger gun has since then disappeared. The family said that Pierre de Necker had never owned any firearms whatsoever. Belfast’s only white police officer who reportedly went to the crime scene on Friday and reportedly took a video, was chased away by the black mob and now reportedly fears for his life. The family believe that the black killers had put the small firearm atop the puddle of blood while photographing the comatose young Afrikaner.
The gun has since disappeared, as has De Necker’s cellphone, said the family. Mr De Necker ‘s death certificate was signed by a black female doctor at the Belfast Hospital on Saturday-afternoon. Workers from Belfast Bricks outlet who tried to rescue the young man were kept back from the scene and were unable to help him. Mr De Necker was apparently ambushed after he was followed by the twelve blacks in four cars after he had filled up his car with petrol at the local Shell station and was driving home. They dragged him from his car and beat and kicked him until he was comatose, while shouting the hatespeech. Mr de Necker was totally unable to defend himself.
Mr de Necker’s body is to be taken to Middelburg Mpu for a post-mortem examination to determine the exact death cause — as an inquest hearing will have to be held, by law, the police in Mpumalanga said