Ex-ANC spy shot by US police at protest

Former ANC spy Bradley Steyn was shot by Los Angeles police at a Black Lives Matter march.

In 1988, as a schoolboy, Steyn witnessed “Wit Wolf” Barend Strydom shoot 24 black people in Pretoria’s Strijdom Square massacre. 

His inability to help people that day later led to him to join the ANC.

This month he joined a Black Lives Matter protest in LA.

As he pushed a policeman off a woman protestor, Steyn told TimesLive, he was hit with a baton and then shot in the genitals with a rubber bullet.

“My biggest regret has always been that I didn’t do anything to stop Strydom,” Steyn said from his hospital bed. “That’s why I went to help the woman on Saturday.”