Murder Accused Eastern Cape Man Says Black People Are More Likely To Break Law Than Whites. An Eastern Cape born man, Brian Steven Smith, was accused for allegedly killing a lady in Alaska at the United States of America.
An Eastern Cape born man, Brian Steven Smith, was accused for allegedly killing a lady in Alaska at the United States of America. The man says black individuals are more probable to break the law than their white counterparts. ‘Rapport’ reports that the man was replying to questions on Quora about apartheid, South Africa and African history.
The man replied to multiple questions about South Africa. Rapport reports that he answered a question that asked if white people assume that all black people are thieves. “Everywhere in the world where blacks go there is immediate increase in crime. It is statistical fact that blacks are +- 600% more prone to breaking the law than whites,” says Brian Steven Smith.
The man was apprehended at Alaska on the 8th of October. This is after he was accused of killing a woman who was identified as Kathleen Henry. The ‘Anchorage Daily News’ reports that on the 30th of September an individual found a memory card that had photos and videos linked to the murder of Kathleen Henry. The memory card had 12 video recordings and 39 photos.
The Sunday Times states that photos showed the woman naked while she was being severely beaten up and strangled. The video allegedly showed Brian Steven Smith shouting at Kathleen Henry, telling the woman to die and also laughing. Other parts of the recordings allegedly showed him stepping on her neck and choking her to death. The detectives of the examination have suspected Brian Steven Smith and they found human remains, which they believe are supposedly from the lady in the video.
The examination by police has shown that Brian Steven Smith had booked a hotel room for two days and that the carpet in the hotel room where the killing allegedly happened is supposedly similar to the one that that he had in the hotel room that he booked. He is set to be seen in courts on the 21st of October.
by Alexandra Ramaite