Photos: 4 Armed Robbers Burnt Alive In Calabar For Stealing A 2017 Mercedes Benz

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March 29, 2017 – Pictures: 4 Armed Robbers Stoned To Death, Burnt Alive In Calabar For Stealing A 2017 Mercedes Benz

These young boys were reportedly caught on Monday after snatching a 2017 Mercedes Benz from a woman in Calabar.

A lady who witnessed the barbaric jungle justice said an irate mob descended on the boys and stoned them to death before setting them on fire.

Here are some photos the witness sent to a Lagos-based Facebook user Sky Joe.

This issue of jungle justice is going out of hand in Nigeria.

A tougher law must be passed by the senate to curb this menace.

What if these people were set up by someone.????

9 thoughts on “Photos: 4 Armed Robbers Burnt Alive In Calabar For Stealing A 2017 Mercedes Benz

  1. KILL UR GOVERNORS AND THOSE IN POWER CAUSE THE DID MORE THAN THIS GUYS OK. AM NOT FOR JUNGLE JUSTICE…………….

    • PLEASE THESE DOGS ARE MAKING OUR ROADS AND HOUSES UNSAFE TO DRIVE… THANKS FOR KILLING THEM IF THEY ARE ACTUALLY ARMRUBERS

  2. The fact is that when you witness the way and manner this armed rubbers too are unleashing their mayhem on innocent ones, you will likely want to vow that any armed robber caught in the act should be publicly executed and annihilated. But In reality such move is not the best as some of those accused of been armed rubbers might just be innocents. Additionally,our Nigerian police force are not also helping matters at all. Many of the ritualists, armed robbers,killers that are sometimes caught by the locals many at times are not been heard of after been whisked away by the police. Then why will people not resort to jungle justice when Nigerian police are not to be trusted or transparent in their way of handling cases involving murder,armed rubbery,rituals and so on and so forth ? No wonder people view jungle justice as the only easiest and fastest way of meting out judgement against criminals because they’ve completely lost their hope in our police force. But one thing is sure; those who engage in jungle justice be it small or old are also MURDERER!

  3. They may be innocent. Sometimes people are killed without being caught. A mere accusation is enough to send the innocent to his or her early grave. The reporter of this barbaric event is right. A strict law which prohibit people from taking laws into their own hands should be introduced and effective.

    • I totally agree with you Nnamdi. I have witnessed a situation in Sure-Lere long time ago by Itire road when a woman suddenly started sceaminf Ole Ole Ole and before you know it this innocent man was rounded up and with asking question started lynching this guy if not for some guys and myself that saw all this happening from the beginning came to his rescue before it was found that the woman had wanted to have a revenge on something that happened a long time ago.

  4. It is a pity my dear nation Nigeria has become a land flowing with blood,bitterness,hatred and corruption like never before seen. It is high time a law is passed to criminalised jungle justice of any kind on fellow citizens.This goes to show we don’t love one another in this country.I am not in support of criminality,but we are too quick to spill our own brother’s blood. The law is very clear on this;an accused is innocent until proven guilty by a competent court.let us stop killing one another and instead vent our anger on our so call leaders who have brought us to this deplorable situation. let’s all arise and fight for our right to a better life.Nigeria shall be great again.God bless Nigeria.

  5. when last did you visit Callabar Town?. the city now belong to hoodlums people closed their shops and offices as early as 7pm because of activities of cult boys and armed robbers. In as much as i don’t like jungle justice the police should do more to protect the lives and property of the citizen otherwise the people will result into self defence.

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