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BY:FLORA LYIMO~AIBU KUBWA KWA WENZETU WA AFRICA KUSINI''WAJUA HUYO ANGEWEZA KUTUULIA OUR PRESIDENT OBAMA? ALIE FAKE MANDELA SIGN LANGUAGE TOOK PART IN NECKLACE MURDER OF TWO MEN AMBAO WALIIBA TV'' MUONE HAPA' RUWA MANGA!!

Claims: Thamsanqa Jantjie, 34, a South African sign language interpreter accused of making up his own signs during a memorial to Nelson Mandela has claimed he saw 'angels' at the event

Accusations: Thamsanqa Jantjie's cousin and three friends said he was part of a vigilante execution squad who placed tyres around their victim's necks and set them ablaze''
The bogus sign language interpreter at the Nelson Mandela memorial service was among a group of people who burned two men to death for stealing a television in 2003, say a cousin and three friends.
Millions around the world watched Thamsanqa Jantjie, 34, 'waving his hands aimlessly' next to Barack Obama at Tuesday's ceremony as he pretended to interpret the U.S. president's tribute to Mandela for deaf viewers.
Now, days after it was claimed he has faced charges for murder, rape and kidnapping, the four sources said he was part of a vigilante execution squad who placed tyres around their victims' necks and set them ablaze - a horrific practice known as 'necklacing'.

The sign language interpreter at Nelson Mandela's memorial accused of being 'a fake' has said he may have suffered a schizophrenic episode on stage
Ona sasa 'hapa siunaona angeweza kumfanyia Our Obama chochote'hata na kumvisha tairi''mbuta nanga!!Mr Jantjie, 34, stood just a few feet from President Obama and others who spoke at Tuesday's ceremony that was broadcast around the world''
The men, including one of Jantjie's cousins, insisted on anonymity because of sensitivity surrounding the bogus signing, which has humiliated South Africa's government.
They say Jantjie was institutionalized and then returned to his neighborhood on the outskirts of Soweto.
The accusations come days after it was claimed he has faced charges for murder, rape and kidnapping.
Necklacing: 'Necklacing' is the practice of forcing a tyre filled with petrol over victim's head and shoulders and setting it alight.
Necklacing: 'Necklacing' is the practice of forcing a tyre filled with petrol over victim's head and shoulders and setting it alight. This suspected police informant, in Duncan Village, South Africa, was saved in 1985 by clergy before the tire could be lit. In the upper right corner, a book of matches can be seen'

Claims: Braam Jordaan, a deaf South African and board member of the World Deaf Federation, claimed the man was simply making up his own signs
Claims: Braam Jordaan, a deaf South African and board member of the World Deaf Federation, claimed the man was simply making up his own signs'

VIGILANTE JUSTICE IN SOUTH AFRICA: WHAT IS NECKLACING?

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'Necklacing' is the practice of forcing a tyre filled with petrol over victim's head and shoulders and setting it alight.

It can often take a victim more than 20 minutes to die in excruciating agony.

In the violent 1980s and 1990s, necklacing was a common sentence imposed by 'people's courts' on collaborators with the apartheid regime and criminals in South Africa.
It was frequently carried out in the name of the African National Congress and was alleged to have been endorsed by Nelson Mandela's then wife, Winnie. The ANC says it never condoned necklacing.
In 1986 Mrs Mandela, caused controversy when she stated: 'With our boxes of matches and our necklaces we shall liberate this country.'
The statement, which was widely seen as an implicit endorsement of necklacing, caused the ANC to briefly try to distance itself from her.
It is still used in certain, more lawless, parts of Africa, where corrupt police are no longer trusted, to punish thieves and rapists.

Incidents have been reported more recently in Haiti, Ivory Coast, Nigeria and India.

Brazilian drug lords are also known to have 'necklaced' their enemies, most notoriously the journalist Tim Lopes in 2002.

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