Gallery: 'Satanic ritual' court case

South Africa
Sylvia Theologo reacts during an adjournment in the trial of the four suspects accused of murder her daughter, Kirsty, in 2011. Kirsty Theologo was allegedly killed as part of a Satanic ritual. Picture: eNCA / Jason Boswell
Vanessa Arendse, mother of Lindon Wagner, talks with Sylvia Theologo outside the Palm Ridge Magistrate's court. Wagner stands accused of murdering Theologo's daughter, Kirsty, in an apparent Satanic ritual in 2011. Picture: eNCA / Jason Boswell
Sylvia Theologo (l) and two family members talk to the media after Theologo delivered her testimony in the Palm Ridge Magistrate's court. Theologo testified against four suspects accused of murdering her daughter, Kirsty, in 2011. Picture: eNCA / Jason Boswell
Members of Kirsty Theologo's family sit and wait for court proceedings to resume at the Palm Ridge Magistrate's court. Two suspects have already pleaded guilty to Theologo's murder and the four additional suspects are currently on trial. Picture: eNCA / Jason Boswell
Isha Harvey covers his face before court proceedings resume at the Palm Ridge Magistrate's court. Harvey, along with three others, is accused of murdering Kirsty Theologo in an alleged Satanic ritual in 2011. Picture: eNCA / Jason Boswell
Sylvia Theologo is comforted by a family member after leaving the Palm Ridge Court. Theologo had just testified against four suspects accused of murdering her daughter Kirsty Theologo in 2011. Picture: eNCA / Jason Boswell

A collection of images capturing an emotional day of testimony in the trial of four suspects accused of murdering Kirsty Theologo in 2011.

Theologo was doused with petrol and set alight in the south of Johannesburg.  

The four suspects have all pleaded not guilty. 

-eNCA

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