Cross dresser killed in St Clair


The murder of a cross-dressing man at the Nelson Mandela Park in St Clair last night raised the murder toll to 20 in 5 days.

Newsday understands 28-year-old Keon Alister Patterson, a suspected sex worker, was standing at the Park at around 11 pm when he was accosted by two men posing as clients and shot several times about the body, before both men fled the scene.

Sources confirmed, two men were held by police in connection with the killing. Patterson’s murder has prompted an outpouring of grief from other cross-dressers on social media who have expressed concern over a reported increase in attacks again local cross-dressers and transsexuals.

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