BRAKPAN RESIDENT LORRAINE STAHNKE TERRIFIED AFTER GENOCIDAL ATTACK by 'two young males'. (no further description of the criminals has been provided thus far -
The only available description of her attackers by the Brakpan Herald was: ‘Two young males’...)
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Dec 9 2011 - Impoverished Brakpan resident Mrs Lorraine Stahnke, 51, has become too scared to leave her home after she was viciously beaten and left for dead on Friday-evening Nov 25 2011 by genocidal maniacs described only as ‘two young males’. A doctor treating her at the hospital told relatives she was ‘lucky to be alive’, that ‘those men were out to kill her’.
Yet the excessive politically-correct and excessive self-censorship policies of Caxton publications do not provide a proper physical description of the attackers – so it will be very difficult for community members to try and find these obviously dangerous people and have them arrested on the basis of their being 'two young males.'
She told Brakpan journalist Stacy Castles that she now was terrified of leaving home – fearing these two ‘young males’ will strike again. She stays a few blocks from the Brakpan mall and was attacked walking home. “While walking I was grabbed around the neck,’ she told Brakpan Herald journalist Stacey Castles. The two young males reportedly didn’t say anthying to her as they started beating her. They just started hitting her and there was nothing the heart-patient could do to try and defend herself. She's not rich: they grabbed her cellphone, R10 in cash, and her watch.
Found beaten unconscious by two samaritans called Gertjie and Riaan…
She was found unconscious by two teenage youths called Gertjie and Riaan (a hint: usually Afrikaans-speaking males have names like that.). The two youngsters called an ambulance which took her to Far East Rand Hospital with ‘horrific injuries’: cuts and bruises to her face, cracked facial bones and ribs. It took five days for her injuries to heal enough so that she could be discharged from hospital. Contact Far East Rand Hospital: Phone: 011 812 8300
Fax: 011 817 3525
Hospital Rd, Springs, 1559