ST Helena Bay residents wants justice for boy killed by stray bullet
St Helena Bay group of Laingville have come out to get solutions surrounding the demise of nine-year-old who was hit by stray bullet throughout service supply protests final month.
They gave SAPS a memorandum demanding justice for homicide late Leo Williams.
A peaceable demonstration tagged #JusticeForLeo was held on Saturday’s morning.
Throughout a violent service supply protest which broke out final month, a stray bullet reportedly hit Leo’s head.
Leo who was indoor at the moment died immediately.
Laingvile residents are of the opinion that the authorities ought to pay money for the individual chargeable for killing Leo William.
In response to the group chief, Thyrone William’s, the group was deeply saddened following Leo’s homicide.
He stated within the memorandum handed to SAPS, they demanded that the the station commander step down and the group is supplied with the suitable solutions.
He stated they understood that the Impartial Police Investigative Directorate (LPID) is investigating the case however the group members had been displeased at the truth that the investigation was gradual as no arrest have been made.
“We requested the group immediately to strive their utmost finest to stay calm, as a result of this group don’t need silence anymore, they need motion and many others.”
Williams made it identified that immediately’s demonstration was peaceable regardless of the presence of the police ,
St Helena Bay residents have given SAPS administration seven days to answer the memorandum.