Childless couple desperate to start family claim "mother" gave birth in Sierra Leone and smuggle in a baby

Married couple desperate to start a family after trying for 13 years smuggle a baby into the UK from Sierra LeoneRaymonde Miessan, 39, pretended she had given birth overseasShe and husband Kacou named the baby Matys, or 'gift from god'They were jailed for 12 months and the boy is now in careMrs Miessan said she did it to save the child's life and give him a future By Inderdeep Bains PUBLISHED: 12:06 GMT, 4 February 2013 | UPDATED: 01:23 GMT, 5 February 2013 Faking it: Raymonde Miessan, 39, claimed she had given birth in her native country A childless couple smuggled an African baby into Britain and tried to pass him off as their own. When confronted by the authorities, they admitted the newborn was not theirs but claimed he had been rescued from a rubbish bin. Kacou Miessan, 44, and his wife Raymonde, 39, had unsuccessfully undergone IVF treatment after trying to conceive for more than 13 years

Ivan Esack: Trial hears chilling phone call from ex-husband accused of murdering wife

'How do you want it play it Death, death or death': Trial hears chilling phone call from ex-husband accused of murdering wife Ivan Esack called ex-wife night before she was fatally stabbed, jury hears Natalie Esack was stabbed 11 times in her hair salon in front of teenager Esack admits stabbing Mrs Esack but denies murder | UPDATED: 20:30 GMT, 12 December 2012 A jury has heard the chilling phone call from a man to his estranged wife the night before he is accused of stabbing her to death. The jury at Maidstone Crown Court heard the phone call Ivan Esack, 38, made to Natalie Esack, 33, on April 29 this year, which was recorded by her shocked boyfriend Justin Khadaroo, 31, who was listening in