Le Roux Steyn and Marcel Steyn were “damned if the did and damned if they did not” since early childhood. Their own mother, Marinda Steyn, would not have hesitated in taking their lives, even if she saw an inkling of a lack of loyalty to Cecilia Steyn. When first being brought into the murders, Le Roux and Marcel fearfully obeyed the instructions “to kill” because, regardless of their choice, the victims would have been killed either way. However, during the trial, Le Roux and Marcel willfully confessed, knowing that they could and would still be killed at any moment afterwards for speaking the truth.
After Cecilia Steyn and Marinda Steyn heard Le Roux began revealing information, during investigation, they began sending him “coded” death threats… which, ultimately, soon after, resulted in numerous attempts at trying to kill Le Roux as well. Despite the fact that Cecilia and Marinda were separated from Le Roux, while in prison, this did not stop or hinder their attempts… if it wasn’t for an “insider” leaking information, Le Roux would have lost his life because he willfully chose to speak up for justice.
After about a decade of Cecilia Steyn fooling so many people about her health claims and health scares, the investigators caught Cecilia Steyn out in a most humorous scenario… YET SHE STILL HAS NO IDEA!
The scenario with Zak Valentine faking his death, and Cecilia Steyn being the sole beneficiary, wasn’t the only scenario like this. No one was safe. Each person’s life was a means to an end. If you couldn’t benefit Cecilia Steyn while you were alive, then she would make sure that your death would still ultimately benefit her.
Since 2012, there was no evidence leading to who had committed Reginald Bendixen’s murder, even though the evidence was actually in “plain sight”. He was murdered all because of one main reason…
RIP beloved mentor and friend, Reginald Bendixen.
With a count of over 40 murders by the Krugersdorp Killers, there was a lot of confusion and speculation as to why the murders were done so differently and, even more so, with regards to the victims themselves. Why were the murders done so differently and how were the victims selected?
As far as I know, this boy’s murder was not mentioned during the Krugersdorp Killers trial.
This boy had known Cecilia Steyn since he was very, very young. He grew up knowing Cecilia… he saw her as a safe person… he trusted her… he saw her as a “friend”… but he was killed in an extremely gruesome way, all because he wanted to live a normal life. He was not part of her group and he was not deemed as a threat… he just, merely, did not “do as told”… even as simple as it was.
This is the reality of the fear that runs through the minds of those who knew Cecilia Steyn; the few who are left and are in hiding. They know more and most wanted to expose her.
(Names and more extensive details of this boy’s murder are withheld out of respect for his family and loved ones.)
Answering the question about when I legitimately knew that Cecilia Steyn was committing murders, along with the other crimes. The puzzle pieces of what I knew during our friendship, versus the truth that finally came out years later.
Answering the question about what will happen regarding the murders that were not mentioned during the trial when Cecilia Steyn and her group had been sentenced.
Dumbfounded, yet not surprised in finding out Lizette actually exists… that she is real, unlike the numerous people Cecilia Steyn fabricated. Disturbing thoughts: Where is she and is she in hiding because she is guilty or because she found out the truth of Cecilia Steyn and feared for her life?
The “famous” hotel in Krugersdorp that Cecilia Steyn used too often… to hide real people, fabricated people and possibly her victims that were later killed. Bizarre exaggerated “movie like” scenarios occurred at this hotel, especially regarding Lizette.