Torso Suspect ‘May Be Deported’

Sky News (England), Sep. 13, 2002
http://www.sky.com/

A row has broken out between the police and the Home Office over a suspect in the occult crimes unit, spoke to a witch doctor and visited a market where animal body parts were on sale.

Also, the former South African president Nelson Mandela made an appeal for information to all Africans.

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