A cannibal cult leader calling himself Black Jesus, who slaughtered his ‘Flower Girl’ followers and drank their blood, has himself been murdered in the jungles of Papua New Guinea.
In flowing robes, Stephen Tari, 40, a failed Bible student, once led 6,000 ‘disciples’ through the mountainous regions of the country, but was accused of killing at least three young girls and, as their mothers were forced to watch, drinking their blood.
A decision is expected this morning on bail for three of the four 19-year-old suspects accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl near the Blair Transitway station on August 11th.
Christian Kadima, Warsama Youssouf and Maher Fafayi appeared in court yesterday.
Evidence presented is under a publication ban.
The fourth suspect – 19-year-old Hanten Hersi – is still in custody.