‘Exactly why is this vile beast up for parole consideration in 25 years? Throw the key away already!’
‘At least I’m still alive’ says serial killer and rapist in court, as he draws long jail sentence at the Western Cape High Court, in South Africa
Cameron Wilson stabbed his last target, Lekita Moore, 98 times
Cameron, 20, found guilty of five murders, rape and seven other charges, still had time to clap and taunt victims’ families
When he was sentenced to serve four life sentences plus 71 years in jail, the monster laughed and smiled
Wilson raped, stoned and set alight a teen victim in a horrific attack in South Africa
Family members of his victims called for him never to see his own family
Wilson could be seen smiling, giggling and slouching in the dock.
Wilson received four life terms for the murders of Toyher Stober, Stacey Lee Mohale, Lekita Moore, 18, and for the rape of Dawney Davids
THe serial killer raped, 16-year-old Stacey Lee Mohale, stoned and then set alight
He was handed 15 years for the murder of Alfonso van Rooyen, 15 years for the murder of Ernest Erasmus, 10 years for the murder of Roslyn Lakay
Cameron laughed, at the mention of his last two murders, and rolled his eyes when he heard the life sentences being called out.
He will also serve five years for possession of an unlicensed firearm and ammunition, six years for assault with intent to commit grievous bodily harm
Cameron Wilson clapping in court at his sentencing for five brutal rapes and murders – He was taunting Western Cape High Court Judge Chantel Fortuin, after she sentenced him to 71 years
A sick serial killer who raped and stabbed his final victim 98 times clapped in court as he was sent to prison for 71 years.
In a vile attack on the families of those Cameron Wilson targeted, on being sentenced, he said loudly, ‘At least I’m still alive’ in a voice dripping with sarcasm.
He was found guilty in a South African court of 13 charges including five murders, one rape and three attempted murder charges.
18-year-old Letika Moore, 18, was Cameron’s last victim He stabbed her 98 times
Cameron Wilson – ‘At least I’m still alive,’ after clapping at his sentence
In a vile attack on the families of those Cameron Wilson targeted, on being sentenced, he said loudly, ‘At least I’m still alive’ after clapping at his sentence.
Wearing a navy Nike tracksuit top, Wilson appeared unfazed by the length of years behind bars he now faces. The serial killer could be seen smiling, giggling and slouching in the dock.
Among the five people he killed were his final victim Lekita Moore, 18, 16-year-old Stacey Lee Mohale, who was raped, stoned and then set alight.
Wilson received four life terms for the murders of Toyher Stober, Stacey Lee Mohale, Lekita Moore and for the rape of Dawney Davids.
He was handed 15 years for the murder of Alfonso van Rooyen, five years for possession of an unlicensed firearm and ammunition, 15 years for the murder of Ernest Erasmus, 10 years for attempted murder and conspiracy to commit a crime, six years for assault with intent to commit grievous bodily harm and 10 years for the murder of Roslyn Lakay.
When these two murders were mentioned, he laughed, and rolled his eyes when he heard the life sentences being called out.
Victims families celebrate the heavy sentence given to murderer Cameron Wilson by the Western Cape High Court, SA
Angry members of his victims’ shouted, ‘You will rot in hell’, and ‘Murderer’, from the public gallery.
Among those watching proceedings was the Letika Moore’s father Charles, who told IOL Newspaper: ‘I cry every night for my child. She was my everything. He took my source of energy away. She is never coming back to us.
‘He must feel the same way we feel. No one should be able to see him, not even his family. He is a serial killer.’
Cameron’s crime spree started in 2014 and ended with his arrest last year after the murder of 18-year-old Lekita Moore in Valhalla Park. Her mutilated, naked body was discovered in an open field where she had been stabbed 98 times.
Abigail Plaatjies was one of his victims who survived, testified to the terror she experienced with her 16-year-old friend Stacy-Lee Mohale. On April 24, 2015, the two girls walked a friend home, and on their way back, they were approached by Wilson and a younger boy.
Wilson led them to a nearby field at gunpoint where he raped Stacey Mohale. He then hit and stabbed them and finally threw tyres over them and set them alight. Mohale, did not survive the attack. Plaatjies did, but with serious injuries.
Cameron Wilson laughs and rolls his eyed as sentence is handed down
Her cousin, Jolene Daniels, said Wilson should never be re-introduced to society in light of him being eligible for parole in just 25 years.
The prosecutor Carine Teunissenn said ‘He was cruel and the crimes he committed were gruesome.
‘He disrespected women and enjoyed manipulating them and when they defied him, he lashed at them.’