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Sunday, 3 February, 2002, 09:31 GMT
Victoria Climbié's legacy
Francis and Berthe Climbié
Victoria's parents travelled to the UK for the inquiry
Victoria Climbié's parents spoke to Broadcasting House about the loss of their child in an exclusive interview.

Eight-year-old Victoria died after enduring appalling abuse. She had more than 100 marks and scars on her body.

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For weeks Francis and Bertha Climbié have listened to evidence from social workers, police and hospital staff, and from Victoria's killers. One of them denied her crime - the other asked for forgiveness.

They reveal how they have coped following their daughter's horrific death, who they hold responsible and we ask if the current public inquiry really will be the end of the matter.

Click on the link above right to hear the interview in full.


For more information contact the Victoria Climbié Family Campaign, PO Box 184, Southall, Middx. UB1 1WR, or call the BBC Action Line on 0800 044 044.

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