Child killer enjoys luxury life in jail – cell phone, drugs, women

Child killer enjoys luxury life in jail – cell phone, drugs, women

Lindray Khakhu wears designer garments and lives in a customized prison cell with his own linen and access to a cell phone and PC.

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The department of correctional services is investigating claims that the man who executed Luke Tibbetts, a toddler from Westbury, is running a little drug cartel from inside Johannesburg's "Sun City" jail.

New photos of the 25-year-old killer emerged of Lindray Khakhu still wearing his name-brand clothing.

The Citizen reported that 2 sources came forward to report on Khakhu's preferential treatment.

The sources revealed that he used his internet privileges to bait young ladies into online dating and eventually lured some to assist him with the drug smuggling.

One of the sources stated that Khakhu was as dangerous as ever in spite of being behind bars.

Khakhu was evidently able to have his "lady friends" followed to threaten them into silence.

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The Citizen also reported that Khakhu was utilizing police officials, whom he paid off to access unique benefits while serving his sentence, including access to unlawful visits.

He supposedly routinely paid off authorities for access to state vehicles in which he would have intercourse with ladies, while apparently being transported from the jail for medicinal or different reasons.

A month ago, reports surfaced of Khakhu dating a female cop.

Gauteng correctional services representative Monama Mocheta affirmed the division was investigating these charges and would react accordingly.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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