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The dad of one of the alleged victims with the box of signatures collected.
The dad of one of the alleged victims with the box of signatures collected.
PHOTO: Tammy Petersen/News24

In a last-ditch attempt at justice for their children, parents of some of the alleged victims of Marius Pistorius, dubbed the "Melkbos monster", have handed over a petition signed by almost 20 000 people calling for the reopening of their cases.

"I don’t want to one day look back and realise I didn’t do everything I possibly could for her, for all our children," the father of one of the little girls said.

"This is worth a shot. We have to keep trying."

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