An unremorseful serial killer who raped and stabbed his final victim 98 times, clapped and taunted his victims' families in court as he was sent to prison for 71 years.
20-year-old Cameron Wilson who was found guilty of several murders, attempted murders and rapes committed between 2014-2016, was sentenced at the Western Cape High Court in South Africa on Thursday.
In a vile attack on the families of those Cameron Wilson targeted,  he said loudly, ‘At least I’m still alive’ before his sentencing was heard.
Listening to his fate, Wilson appeared unfazed by the crowd as Western Cape High Court Judge
Chantel Fortuin read her ruling.
Wearing a navy Nike tracksuit top, Wilson could be seen smiling and giggling in the dock.
Among the five people he killed were his final victim Lekita Moore, 18, 16-year-old Stacey Lee Mohale, who was raped, stoned and then set alight.
When these two murders were mentioned, he laughed, clapped and rolled his eyes when he heard the life sentences being called out.

Angry members of his victims'who watched from the public gallery, shouted: 'You will rot in hell', and 'Murderer.'
State prosecutor Advocate Carine Teunissen, told IOL: 'He was cruel and the crimes he committed were gruesome.  'He disrespected women and enjoyed manipulating them and when they defied him, he lashed at them.'

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