`One has to look at the future.'

Ransdell, Eric
December 1993
U.S. News & World Report;12/20/93, Vol. 115 Issue 24, p9
Discusses how the August 1993 murder of Amy Biehl, a 26-year-old American Fulbright scholar, by a gang of Pan-Africanist Congress supporters shocked South Africa. Violent death because of her race; Details of the trial; Amnesty clause tacked on to the country's interim Constitution which could result in defendants being freed; Allegations of police misconduct; More.


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