Farmworkers unsure about arrest of serial killer
Farm workers in Phillipi and Mitchell's Plain in the Cape Peninsula are sceptical about whether police have arrested the right man in connection with the so-called Jesus murders. Police say the 49-year-old man was arrested in connection with eight murders and six rapes committed in the area during the past four months. The alleged serial killer will appear in the Wynberg Magistrate’s court on Monday. Community leader Abe Fransman said he thought police had arrested the wrong man. Fransman said the community would continue searching and would not rest until the real killer had been caught. Farm workers say the killer has the word Jesus tattooed on his upper lip.