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The brutal murder of Inge Lotz horrified South Africans. Inge's body was discovered in her flat in March 2005. She had head injuries and multiple stab wounds.

Inge’s murder case divided South Africans when it raised claims of police incompetence and evidence tampering.

Two authors, Antony Altbeker and Thomas Mollett find themselves on opposite sides of this argument.

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