KENYA: A Private Quest For Justice

KENYA: A Private Quest For Justice

It took more than two years of private investigation and $396,000 of his personal fortune. But last week when two rangers from Masai Mara National Park were charged with the murder of his daughter Julie, John Ward made a major breakthrough in his quest for justice. The disappearance of the 28-year-old woman in the game park in September 1988 became a cause celebre in the British press. After her mutilated and burned remains were found by Ward, who was accompanied by park rangers, Kenyan authorities said she had been eaten by wild animals. But Ward, the owner of a hotel chain,...

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