Story Topic: Crime

Leatitia (South Africa)

Photography by Brian Moody In 1993 Leatitia van Loggerenberg planned and paid for the murder of her husband, who for years had been physically and mentally abusing her. She is now serving a life sentence for murder at Johannesburg Female Prison. My husband was a real darling until he started drinking, then alcohol turned him… more

David (England)

Photography by Brian Moody In 2003 David was released from prison after serving almost 17 years of a life sentence for a double domestic murder. During his prison sentence he spent four years at HMP Grendon Underwood, a prison run along therapeutic lines. In the 1980’s I was convicted of a double murder. I cannot… more

Duma Kumalo (South Africa)

Photography by Brian Moody As one of the Sharpville Six, Duma Kumalo was wrongly imprisoned in 1985 for a murder he didn’t commit. He spent seven years in prison, with three of those on death row. He worked for Khulumani – a support group for victims based in Johannesburg. Sadly Duma Kumalo died aged 48… more

Denise Green (England)

Photography by Brian Moody In 1999, Denise Green and her husband Bill discovered that their son William was one of hundreds of children whose organs were removed without consent for research purposes. William had been treated at Liverpool’s Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in 1992, and later died. As parents prepared for multiple burials, the Health… more

Francis & Berthe Climbié (England)

Photography by Brian Moody Victoria Climbié’s life was short and tragic. Born in the Ivory Coast, at the age of seven her parents, Francis and Berthe Climbié, trusted her into the care of a relative, Marie-Therese Kouao, who brought her to England to be educated. It was here that she met her death – tortured… more

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