Scarlett Keeling's mother writes to Indian PM to urge reinvestigation
The mother of British schoolgirl Scarlett Keeling has said she is battling for a reinvestigation into her daughter's killing at an Indian beach resort in 2008.
Fiona MacKeown revealed that she had written to the Indian prime minister after two men were cleared of raping and killing the 15-year-old in Goa.
The teenager's bruised and half naked body was found on the shores of the popular Anjuna beach, having drowned after allegedly being plied with drugs.
Following the acquittal of the suspects in her death, Ms MacKeown said she hoped for a widespread investigation into how the case was... read more
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