Anni Dewani's family release pictures of murder scene
PHOTOGRAPHS of the blood-soaked taxi in which a Bristol honeymooner was shot dead suggest she was not robbed but executed in cold blood, her family say.
The images, disclosed by Anni Dewani’s relatives, and published in The Sun today, reveal the £25,000 ring given to her by her new husband Shrien remained on the back seat of the vehicle.
Anni and her husband of two weeks were car-jacked in Cape Town, South Africa, in November 2010.
Shrien Dewani, 32, of Westbury-on-Trym, was found unharmed.
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Taxi driver Zola Tongo, 32, who claims Mr Dewani paid him to set up the killing, was jailed for 18 years.
Two supposed hitmen aged 25 and 27 were sentenced to life imprisonment.
Anni’s family has released harrowing photos showing the 28-year-old beauty sprawled dead in the Volkswagen people carrier.
Her black minidress is not torn or hitched around her waist, which her family says puts pay to claims her killer’s motive was sexual.
Anni’s relatives have repeated calls for millionaire Mr Dewani to face trial for plotting the killing.
Her uncle Ashok Hindocha told The Sun: “These pictures tell their own story.
“If this was a robbery why would they leave behind a £25,000 ring?
“If she’d been fighting for her life or raped her dress would be dishevelled and she’d be covered in bruises.
“But the only injury was the single gunshot wound which killed her.
“Only Shrien is left to tell us the truth. We beg him to go to court and end our pain.”
A bid to extradite Mr Dewani to South Africa has been delayed until July while he is treated at a mental hospital following a breakdown.
He strenuously denies any involvement in his wife’s murder.