BY BOBBY VIA UAH
Try to look at the history of mafia kidnappings. Most of them end in the murder of the kidnapped victim, even though the ransom is paid. With this particluar gang, there was no way they were going to release Susan alive after the torture they had subjected her to. She would most definitely have recognised one or two. They were never going to take a chance of being recognised. Try to study the Italian mafioso, and you will not be shocked by what happened to Susan.
Low level gangsters dont know what $1 million is- that it is a humongous amount of money. It is only people who handle such amounts of money who know how difficult it is to lay one’s hands on $1 million within a matter of days. What they probably looked at are people living in a beautiful house, driving flashy cars and going to parties and then concluded they must be dollar rich. Kajura clan is probably rich by Ugandan standards, , but certainly not dollar rich. A dairy farm in Uganda would probably be valued at $50,000 or less. Many of Uganda’s nouveau rich are infact living on huge debts- what you see on them are the trappings of wealth. But the gangsters dont know this, unfortunately.