Clive Derby-Lewis attacked in prison again

By admin
24 March 2014

Convicted killer Clive Derby-Lewis has been attacked for a second time in prison, the correctional services department said on Monday.

Derby-Lewis was attacked by another prisoner at the Kgosi Mampuru Correctional Centre on Sunday, spokesman Manelisi Wolela said.

Polish immigrant Januz Walusz (LEFT) and Conservative Party MP Clive Derby-Lewis pictured at the end of the first day of their continuing amnesty hearing at Pretoria City Hall 11 August. Derby-Lewis and Walusz were sentenced to death and the sentences commuted to life imprisonment. The two were convicted of killing of South African Communist Party (SACP) chief Chris Hani outside his home in Boksburg, East of Johannesburg in 1993.
"The Gauteng region of correctional services has launched an investigation... The injury on his back caused by a glass used by an offender is described as minor and was treated at the local centre clinic," he said.
'The injury on his back caused by a glass used by an offender is described as minor'

In February, Derby-Lewis was attacked with a spoon by a prisoner. He suffered lacerations on the head and hand.

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